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House Visits 

We are happy to provide routine veterinary care to your pets in the relaxed, welcoming setting of your home. No waiting rooms, no pet carriers, no bother. We offer reasonable, convenient appointments on your schedule, conducted by our highly qualified veterinarians.

House Calls Available

Monday to Thursday:
Between 10:00AM and 4:00PM

From 12:00 Noon

Vaccinations – Dog and Cat

One of the most economical ways to improve the health, longevity, and quality of life of animals is through vaccination, which is a crucial component of preventive care for your pet.

Vaccination has transformed the management of infectious diseases in our pets. To help protect the pet population as a whole, it is critical that all pets be adequately vaccinated. Puppy vaccinations are required for responsible pet care, but they will not protect them for the rest of their lives. Adult dogs must be vaccinated on a regular basis to maintain disease immunity.


Antibodies from mother’s milk protect puppies against a variety of diseases. These maternal antibodies wane in the first few weeks of life, and they require vaccination to gain immunity. The age at which maternal antibodies drop sufficiently to require vaccination varies greatly, which is why a puppy requires a series of vaccinations.

Dogs & Cats

The immunity provided by puppy vaccination deteriorates over time, making your pet susceptible to disease once more. Yearly wellness checks and vaccine boosters will provide your pet with the best protection for the rest of his or her life.



Intestinal worms are very common in a wide range of animals such as dog, cats, rabbits, reptiles and birds. Deworming regularly ensures your pets remain healthy and reduce the risk of some of these worm species being transmitted to humans. Every type of animal requires a different worm out schedule so give us a call to discuss a deworming program for your pet today.



Wellness Exams 

Wellness Exams – regular physical exams are strongly recommended to maintain optimal health and detect any health issues early to ensure proper treatment and early resolution.

Laboratory Blood Work 

Blood tests are not only for sick pets but are also recommended for healthy pets and those undergoing anesthesia. We rely on these tests to make accurate diagnoses in ill patients as well as pick up on hidden diseases in seemingly healthy ones.

SNAP 4Dx Plus Test

The most trusted pet-side vector-borne disease screening test.

Efficiently test for heartworm disease and tick-transmitted pathogens.

Test annually to help prevent the spread of heartworm disease, ehrlichiosis, Lyme disease, and anaplasmosis while increasing awareness of these vector-transmitted infections.

SNAP tests provide reference laboratory quality technology for superior diagnostic accuracy at the point of care.



SNAP Parvo Test

Quickly detect canine parvovirus.

Test puppies and dogs that present with sudden onset of lethargy, vomiting, fever, and diarrhea; does not cross-react with modified live vaccines.

Early detection helps prevent the spread of this dangerous and highly contagious disease.



A microchip is the size of a rice grain and is usually inserted into the scruff using a needle. It only takes a few seconds and can be performed during routine vaccinations or examinations.

The microchip is the most effective form of identification because it contains a unique code. This code is then stored on a data base and can be used in the return of lost pets.

In the event that a pet is lost, a microchip scanner can be used to reveal the code which can then be checked against the database to identify the owner’s information – name, address and phone number(s) so that they can be reunited.




The majority of dogs and cats will unavoidably exhibit skin condition signs at some point in their lives. Fortunately, the majority of these can be cured quickly and the underlying cause is usually not serious.

Some of the most common skin problems we see include:

  • Food Allergies/hypersensitivities
  • Environmental Allergies
  • Skin Allergies
  • Ear and skin mites
  • Parasitic bites
  • Hot spots
  • Hives
  • Dry skin
  • Fungal infections
  • Bacterial infections

The underlying cause of your pet’s skin issue will determine treatment and we will be able to recommend steps that can be taken to prevent this problem from recurring once the patient has been diagnosed.



Fleas & Ticks

Fleas and ticks are small insects that bite and feed on your pet’s blood to survive. These bites can cause health issues ranging from allergies to serious tick-borne diseases.  We have some of the best flea and tick prevention products on the market. They include: chews, sprays and spot on treatments.



Dental Prophylaxis 

The health of your pet’s teeth greatly impacts their quality of life and just like us they require dental check ups to ensure all is well with their teeth, tongue and gums as well as pick up on dental disease before it becomes a problem. We provide a scale and a polish very similar to what people get but under anesthesia as pets won’t sit still and open wide!