We work with dogs, cats, rabbits, and guinea pigs.
For canines, we recommend they receive the distemper-parvovirus vaccine and the rabies vaccine as their core vaccines. Non-core vaccines are recommended to your dog depending on their exposure. We administer a Bordetella vaccine if they have any exposure to other dogs, and we recommend that the leptospirosis vaccine be given if they have any exposure to wildlife such as skunks, raccoons, etc. (even exposure on walks in the neighborhood is enough to get the non-core vaccines).
For felines, we recommend the core vaccines of rabies and feline distemper. The non-core vaccine, known as the feline leukemia vaccine, is only recommended to outdoor cats and to any kitten (regardless of exposure) when they are getting their first set of vaccines. The vaccine is to protect against the feline leukemia virus, which they can get from other cats. The virus is transmitted through bite wounds, grooming, scratches, blood, etc which is why all outdoor cats should receive this vaccination.
*Before administering the vaccine, the patient must have a negative feline leukemia test first*
We have toothbrush and toothpaste products here at the hospital you can pick up at any time, and you may refer to our educational videos on how to brush your pet’s teeth.
Additional dental care products we recommend:
- Tartar shields make great dental products for both cats and dogs www.tartarshield.com
- Greenies also make great dental products for cats and dogs. www.greenies.com
Rawhides are not ideal for your pet as they can cause GI upset and blockages!!
- American Express
- Discover Card
- Care Credit
Pet insurance (not offered through us, but we accept most insurance)
For more information regarding payment options and insurances please visit our Payments Options and Pet Insurance page.