Vaccinations

Vaccination for sheep and goats include:

Clostridium perfringens C+D and Tetanus

Vaccinations for dogs include:

Rabies
Distemper/Parvovirus/Adenovirus/Hepatitis
Bordetella
Rattlesnake

Vaccinations for cats include:

Rabies
Rhinotracheitis/Calicivirus/Panleukopenia
Leukemia Virus

Vaccinations for horses include:

WEE/EEE/VEE/ Tetanus
WEE/EEE/VEE/Tetanus/West Nile
WEE/EEE/VEE/Tetanus/West Nile/Rhinotracheitis/Influenza
EHV-1 and 4
West Nile Virus

Vaccinations for cattle include:

Brucellosis
BVD/IBR/PI3/BRSV
8-way

Spay/Neuter

We offer spay/neuter services for our canine and feline patients. Services are available by appointment only. We perform surgeries four days per week. Typically, we like to have our patients fasted prior to surgery. We advise that food and water be withheld from the patient at 6 pm the night before the scheduled surgery.  Patients need to be dropped off between 7:30 and 8:00 am the day of surgery. There will be some consent forms to fill out prior to surgery. Anesthesia consent forms are available on this website (Forms tab). Clients may view and print off the consent forms to expedite the drop-off process. We will take time to discuss the paperwork at the time of patient drop-off.  Surgeries are performed during the morning and most patients will be ready to go home between 2:30 and 5:30 pm.

Dental Services

We offer dental cleaning, tooth extraction and minor oral surgery to our canine and feline patients. All procedures are performed under general anesthesia. Services are available by appointment only. We perform dental procedures four days per week. We prefer to have our patients fasted prior to the dental procedure. We advise that food and water be withheld from the patient at 6 pm the night before the scheduled dental.  Patients need to be dropped off between 7:30 and 8:00 am the day of the procedure.  There will be some consent forms to fill out prior to the dental. Anesthesia consent forms are available on this website (Forms tab). Clients may view and print off the consent forms to expedite the drop-off process. We will take time to discuss the paperwork at the time of patient drop-off. All procedures requiring general anesthesia are performed during the morning and most patients will be ready to go home between 2:30 and 5:30 pm.

We offer equine dental services, which include sedated oral examination, floating and minor tooth extraction. Our equine patients are typically seen on a house-call basis.  We suggest that our patients be fasted for 6-12 hours prior to the dental procedure. Typical floats take anywhere between 30-45 minutes. Most patients are recovered from sedation within 45-90 minutes.

Small and Large Animal Internal Medicine

We see appointments 5-6 days per week, a variety of morning and afternoon times are available. Our clinic has digital radiography, ultrasound and in-house bloodwork to aid in the diagnosis of diseases and disorders. We have an in-house pharmacy for client convenience.  Our doctors and staff believe in performing a thorough physical examination. Therefore, clients may plan on an appointment lasting between 20-40 minutes.

Digital Radiography

We offer in-house digital radiography for our small animal patients. Our x-ray appointments are typically scheduled for 30 minutes and depending on what views are needed, the patient may or may not require sedation. We recommend that if sedation may be needed, the patient be fasted for 4-6 hours prior to the scheduled appointment.

At this time we do not offer large animal x-ray services.

Ultrasound

Basic ultrasound services are available.

Drop-Off Appointments

Drop-off appointments are available for our clients that have a busier schedule and may not be able to attend our regularly scheduled appointment times. We have a drop-off sheet in the Forms section of this website. We ask that clients be as specific as possible when filling out this form.  Drop-off appointments are still by appointment only, so please call first so we can accommodate your pet.  Please plan on leaving your pet with us for at least 1-3 hours.  No aggressive pets for drop-off unless otherwise approved by the doctor.

Laser Therapy

Laser therapy is a great non-medicine tool used in pain management and healing.