General Veterinary Services

General Veterinary Services

With new information frequently available, veterinary medicine is in a constant state of growth. Regular preventive care allows us to communicate with you about updated medical treatments. This helps in maintaining and improving your pet’s health.

Laboratory Blood Work

Titre testing including other services requiring lab work

Health consultations

Titre testing including other services requiring lab work

Nutritional advice

Titre testing including other services requiring lab work

Acupuncture involves the gentle insertion of tiny needles

What is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture involves the gentle insertion of tiny needles into various areas of the body known as “acupoints”, which are known to be directly related to other areas within the body, such as muscle groups, nerves or internal organs. 

Wellness Exams

Wellness exams are Important for your pet’s health

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We believe that all pets need regular examinations so they can stay happy and healthy. Wellness exams are important for your pet’s overall health because it allows your veterinarian to do a thorough check up and evaluate your pet’s general condition.

An important part of every exam is the time you spend talking with our team. Dr Donna is here for you if you have any questions or concerns about your pet. We want to make sure you always feel supported and that your pet is being cared for by people who are dedicated to their wellbeing.

Dr Donna is here to discuss anything from proper diet to training tips and much more. A wellness exam is our opportunity to discover health problems before they pose a larger risk for your pet. You might mention something during your visit that you didn’t even realize could be a problem, which is why we always take the time to talk with each and every one of our clients.

During the examination, Dr Donna will look over your pet thoroughly from the tip of their nose to their tail and everything between, evaluating your pet’s skin and coat, breathing, heartbeat, temperature and more.

A wellness exam is also a great time to discuss preventative medicine

A wellness exam is also a great time to discuss preventative medicine, which is especially important for pets. We will make sure that your pet is up-to-date on vaccinations and that you have the correct medications. We can discuss any routine preventative medicine that pet owners may need to consider.


Our Goal

Our goal with these regular visits is to catch any problems that might turn into serious health concerns. Early detection is important for many diseases, and can mean the difference between successful treatment or a difficult path forward for your companion. We may recommend blood work to further evaluate your pet’s condition if we discover any concerning symptoms during their exam. Catching an issue early helps save time, tests, and money for pet owners as well.

Acupuncture involves the gentle insertion of tiny needles

What is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture involves the gentle insertion of tiny needles into various areas of the body known as “acupoints”, which are known to be directly related to other areas within the body, such as muscle groups, nerves or internal organs. 

Wellness Exams

Wellness exams are Important for your pet’s health

DrD_braingain_animal

We believe that all pets need regular examinations so they can stay happy and healthy. Wellness exams are important for your pet’s overall health because it allows your veterinarian to do a thorough check up and evaluate your pet’s general condition.

An important part of every exam is the time you spend talking with our team. Dr Donna is here for you if you have any questions or concerns about your pet. We want to make sure you always feel supported and that your pet is being cared for by people who are dedicated to their wellbeing.

Dr Donna is here to discuss anything from proper diet to training tips and much more. A wellness exam is our opportunity to discover health problems before they pose a larger risk for your pet. You might mention something during your visit that you didn’t even realize could be a problem, which is why we always take the time to talk with each and every one of our clients.

During the examination, Dr Donna will look over your pet thoroughly from the tip of their nose to their tail and everything between, evaluating your pet’s skin and coat, breathing, heartbeat, temperature and more.

A wellness exam is also a great time to discuss preventative medicine

A wellness exam is also a great time to discuss preventative medicine, which is especially important for pets. We will make sure that your pet is up-to-date on vaccinations and that you have the correct medications. We can discuss any routine preventative medicine that pet owners may need to consider.


Our Goal

Our goal with these regular visits is to catch any problems that might turn into serious health concerns. Early detection is important for many diseases, and can mean the difference between successful treatment or a difficult path forward for your companion. We may recommend blood work to further evaluate your pet’s condition if we discover any concerning symptoms during their exam. Catching an issue early helps save time, tests, and money for pet owners as well.

What is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture involves the gentle insertion of tiny needles into various areas of the body known as “acupoints”, which are known to be directly related to other areas within the body, such as muscle groups, nerves or internal organs. 

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What is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture involves the gentle insertion of tiny needles into various areas of the body known as “acupoints”, which are known to be directly related to other areas within the body, such as muscle groups, nerves or internal organs. When the needles are strategically inserted into these acupoints, it causes a cellular response in the area being targeted and triggers the body’s natural healing and pain management mechanisms. Our animal companions are believed to possess upwards of 170 acupoints, making this practice highly effective with excellent results.

What is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture involves the gentle insertion of tiny needles into various areas of the body known as “acupoints”, which are known to be directly related to other areas within the body, such as muscle groups, nerves or internal organs. When the needles are strategically inserted into these acupoints, it causes a cellular response in the area being targeted and triggers the body’s natural healing and pain management mechanisms. Our animal companions are believed to possess upwards of 170 acupoints, making this practice highly effective with excellent results.

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