We are an accredited AAHA hospital (American Animal Hospital Association). Being accredited means, we provide a high medical standard of care for our patients. Pets are our passion and keeping them healthy is our top priority. At the end of the day, we aim to provide the best possible care for our patients and clients because they deserve the very best and nothing less.
Regular wellness exams are one of the most important aspects of pet health care. They give our veterinarians the best chance to help prevent a disease from developing and if a disease is present, it can be addressed early on. Therefore, we strongly believe every pet should see his/her veterinarian at least once a year. As pets get older, we may recommend having them seen more often. Pets age faster than we do so missing even one yearly wellness exam can be like us not visiting a doctor for over five years.
Routine wellness exams are a staple at our veterinary hospital. They provide critical insight into the needs of your pet's overall health. Wellness exams are the foundation of veterinary medicine.
Dental care is an important aspect of pet health care. Dental disease can go unnoticed in pets. Fortunately, there have been great advances in pet dental care and we are able to provide this for your pets.
Our dental services include a highly trained animal care givers, a state of the art digital radiograph machine and dental equipment that allow us to provide the highest quality of care for your pets.
Our veterinarians perform a variety of surgeries that include soft tissue surgery, oral surgery, and orthopedic surgery.
Our non-invasive therapeutic laser treatments deliver specific infrared wavelengths aimed to help increase circulation, decrease inflammation, reduce pain, and increase tissue healing. Laser therapy is especially helpful for aiding healing/recovery after surgery and reducing inflammation associated with chronic diseases such as osteoarthritis.
Our West Clinic located on Old Dallas Road provides veterinary care for exotics pets that include small mammals (e.g. mice, rats, hamsters, gerbils, chinchillas, hedgehogs, sugar gliders), rabbits, ferrets, reptiles, amphibians, and birds.
The use of traditional Chinese medicine can stimulate the nervous system & help reduce pain & inflammation. Our use of veterinary acupuncture helps our orthopedic patients, such as arthritis, hip dysplasia, and back pain. Along with tissue inflammation and tissue that's having difficulty healing. Our doctors can help you determine if your pet is a good candidate for acupuncture
Our hospital offers microchipping for your pets (dogs and cats). A microchip is a small implant that is placed under your pet's skin that can be scanned for identification purposes if your pet were to get lost or stolen.
Our highly trained staff and state-of-the-art ultrasound machine allow us to painlessly examine your pets internal organs and enables us to screen for potentially life-threatening diseases.
*Pregnancy exams are also available.
Our professional groomers take pride in making your pet look good. We also offer routine bathing, ear cleaning, nail trimming, and anal gland maintenance.
We use our state-of-the-art CT Scans on pets for the same reason they are performed on humans. Our CT Scan provide us with high resolution images to check for and diagnose cancer in our patients.
Our hospital offers digital radiography that allows us to perform x-rays more efficiently than older conventional film radiographs.
Physical rehabilitation is very similar to human physical therapy. We use some of the same techniques to help our post-op & chronic inflammatory disease patients to improve mobility and strength.
We have a state-of-the-art in-house diagnostic lab that gives tors fast results, which allows them to make accurate diagnoses so they can begin treatment.