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Pet General procedures
Pet, Dog Dentistry
Pets Specialty Procedures
Dental Surgeries
Exploratories
Amputations
Vulva Tuck
Growth Removals
Pet Clinic Expertise and Experience
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Pets Common ailments
Allergies
Anal Sacs
Anemia
Arthritis
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Pets Behavioral Issues
Separation Anxiety
Fear Of Thunderstorms
Pet Care Tips and Tricks
Common Hazards
Giving Pills
Handling Emergencies
Senior Pets
When To Call A Vet
Pet Loss

When to call your veterinarian

  • Shortness of breath or difficulties in breathing
  • Fever (normal is 100.5 to 102.7)
  • A fall or bump to the head, chest or stomach
  • Heatstroke or hypothermia
  • Animal bite wounds
  • Burn
  • Possible poisoning
  • Straining to defecate or urinate
  • Collapsing or fainting
  • Redness, discharge, film or cloudiness over the eyes or difficulty seeing
  • Bleeding that will not stop
  • Blood in the stool or urine
  • Seizures (convulsions) or dazed appearance
  • Dramatic weight loss
  • Continual vomiting
  • Continual diarrhea
  • Lumps or bumps that grow rapidly or bleed
  • Frequent scratching or biting body areas
  • Pawing at the face and ears or shaking and titling the head
  • Lethargy characterized by lack of energy and exercise intolerance
  • Change in eating habits (refusing to eat or eating more or less than normal)
  • Unquenchable thirst accompanied by changes in urinating habits
  • Limping or showing pain when touched
  • Frequent coughing
  • Nasal discharge or dry scaly nose
  • Pacing and restlessness
  • Unproductive retching
  • Jaundice (yellow coloring)
  • Excessive urinating
  • Abnormal bruising and bleeding
  • Bloated or abnormal abdomen
  • Bloody vomit
  • Pale gums
We promise to take good of your pet

..to always have you and your petís interest at heart. Whether your pet is just having an annual checkup or requires major surgery, you can count on our veterinarians and staff to give your pet the best possible care using the most advanced technology and equipment. We are dedicated to treating animals and look forward to working with you in caring for your pet!

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