We can now Diagnose
Digestion system problems
Avoid some expensive foreign body surgeries
We Now offer Affordable Video Endoscopy!
We use the latest in Idexx blood analyzing equipment for fast and accurate results. So there is no waiting for results and no delayed diagnosis for your pet.
Should your pet require surgery, we have a modern surgical suite utilizing isoflurane anesthesia. Your pet will be closely monitored during any procedure using the latest in monitoring equipment.
Our hospital is equipped with a new digital radiographic system. Radiographs taken of your pet will be sent with you on a CD.
We have a dedicated isolation room for our patient’s safety. Isolation rooms provide an extra measure of protection for patients with contagious diseases.
We use laser surgery whenever possible. Lasers replace scalpels in many procedures, and are useful for a wide range of conditions, such as cyst, tumor, and wart removals. All ovariohysterectomies (spay), neuters and feline declaws are performed with the laser. Laser procedures result in less pain, less bleeding and less swelling. They reduce risk of infection and result in less post-operative discomfort.
Cold Laser Therapy
The purpose of laser therapy is to create a naturally therapeutic effect. The cold laser is used to stimulate the natural healing process so that your pet recovers more quickly. This can be a recovery from an injury, planned surgery, or a general health problem. The way in which the laser works is by stimulating your pet’s body to produce a naturally-occurring substance called ATP. ATP is a form of energy that enables cells to regenerate more quickly, thus improving the rate at which your pet will heal.
In addition to this, laser therapy can also be used to reduce and manage pain by activating the lymphatic drainage system, reducing inflammation which in turn reduces pain. The laser also stimulates nerve cells to block pain signals from reaching the brain to reduce the amount of pain your dog experiences. Finally, the laser can also stimulate the production of endorphins, which also helps to counteract pain.