330.686.2200

4983 Darrow Road. Stow, OH. 44224

M/TH : 7:30-7:00 | T/W/F: 7:30 - 5:00 | Sat: 8:00 - 12:00 | Sun: Closed

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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…

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

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…

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