Diagnostic Labwork and Imaging
When you get a cat for the first time, making sure your new friend receives all appropriate diagnostics and treatments needed is vital to their overall health and happiness. We offer state of the art equipment with digital x-ray, in-house blood and urine analysis, comprehensive reference lab testing when needed, and telemedicine is available for imaging review.
Cats can have a wide variety of behavioral issues, from simple housetraining problems to severe anxiety and aggression issues. We are well qualified and experienced in diagnosing and addressing behavior problems with an approach that combines skills from veterinary clinical medicine, behavioral medicine, and pet training. Our goals are to help pets and their owners live together comfortably and safely, and to help restore the bond between cats and their families.
We utilize the safest anesthetics for all surgical procedures, allowing your cat to wake quickly and safely.
ECG, pulse oximeter, blood pressure, temperature monitoring are utilized with every procedure. We have a hot dog warming blanket that keeps cats from getting too hot or cold. The veterinarian and assistants follow your cat's condition at all stages. Pre-anesthetic lab work is required. Pain management after the procedure are provided on an individualized basis.
Our surgeries vary from elective surgeries such as spay/neuter/mass removal, to much more extensive soft tissue surgeries (cystotomy, abdominal exploratory surgery, enucleation, amputation and more).
Even when your pet is healthy, bi-annual exams are vital. When treated early, there are issues that can be quickly and cheaply solved, which is why we’re committed to practicing preventative care at our Veterinary Hospital. Contact us to learn more about our services and how you can help make a difference in the lives of pets.
Proper dental care and treatment can provide major benefits for your cat's health and happiness. Unhealthy teeth and gums provide a place for bacteria to enter the bloodstream that can cause heart, liver and kidney problems. They can also cause major discomfort which can adversely affect your cat's enjoyment of eating.
The average cat needs his/her first dental by 1-4 years of age, and often yearly thereafter. The veterinarian will let you know when it is time during your cat's annual or semi-annual wellness exam. Under monitored anesthesia, we perform digital dental radiographs, utilize an ultrasonic scaler, a high-speed polisher and fluoride treatment for your cat's benefit. If extractions are needed, our veterinarians are very experienced.