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Author: jeffgargas

LOKI

MEET LOKI! Loki is a 10 month old, dapper little dude that was adopted by Megan from Rose’s Rescue. He is named after the Norse God of Mischief. He is a goofy little kitty who loves to snuggle and play with his crinkly toys. If he hears some crinkles, he Read More…

WHEN ARE X-RAYS NECESSARY?

Diagnostic radiology, or diagnostic imaging, is the medical evaluation of body tissues and functions—both normal anatomy and physiology and abnormalities caused by disease or injury—by means of static (still) or dynamic (moving) radiological images. The use of ionizing radiation in diagnostic radiology involves passing a localized beam of X rays Read More…

WHAT IS HEARTWORM?

The parasitic worm responsible for heartworm disease is called Dirofilaria immitis. The life cycle of this parasite begins when an infected mosquito lands on your pet to feed.  The larvae enter the pet’s body through the mosquitoes bite and migrate through the cat or dogs tissues. The larvae develop over Read More…

PREVENTATIVE MEDICINE

Naturally, it is important to take your pet to the vet when there is a problem, but many people forget the importance of taking their pets to the doctor when they are healthy!    It is important for pet owners to remember that a dog’s life span is shorter than Read More…

VACCINES

Feline- As recommended by AAFP Core Vaccines FVRCP (non-adjuvented): FVR- Feline Viral Rhinotracheitic (Caused by a Herpesvirus) C- Feline Calicivirus P- Feline panleukopenia Rabies (non- adjuvented) Non-Core Vaccines FeLV (non-adjuvented): Feline leukemia virus   Photo by Jeanie de Klerk on Unsplash

PET WELLNESS

A complete physical exam includes both an internal and external evaluation of your pet. An external exam is completed during your appointment time, an internal exam is preformed by monitoring vital organ function using blood testing. This yearly blood test is important to screen for common physical conditions and abnormalities Read More…

PRESCRIPTION FOODS

Allergy and Food Intolerance in Dogs and Cats Does your dog or cat vomit frequently, or have diarrhea, or show skin irritation, poor coat condition and/or hair loss? Any or all of these symptoms could point your veterinarian to allergies, and specifically an allergic response to the food you feed. Read More…

LASER THERAPY

Non surgical, drug free treatment option! What to expect There is no patient sedation or restraint required and the experience is usually pleasant and comforting to them.   Although improvement is often seen after the first visit, most patients require several treatments (3-8) for greatest benefit. For most conditions, we recommend Read More…

GENERAL SURGERY

Dog and cat surgery is a vital aspect of any animal hospital activities. Modern veterinary surgery is done under conditions designed to minimize the chances of bacterial contamination. Instruments, gowns, towels and other items such as scalpels and clamps are sterilized in an autoclave at 270 degrees and under pressure Read More…

FLEA, TICK, & HEARTWORM PREVENTION

FLEA AND TICK PREVENTION Tritak  Kills fleas, flea eggs, flea larvae, and multiple species of ticks Applied topically Starts killing adult fleas in 5 minutes Continues working for 30 days Available for dogs (12 weeks and older that weigh > 4lbs) and cats (12 weeks and older that weigh > Read More…

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