In cardiology, we monitor and treat your pet’s respiratory and circulatory system. There are several conditions that can affect the health of your pet’s heart, and it’s important to have state-of-the-art diagnostic tools (such as ultrasound) and a highly trained staff to treat them.

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Your pet’s oral health is intimately connected to their overall health. By the age of three, most dogs and cats show symptoms of periodontal disease. This causes erosion of the structures that support your pet’s teeth (which is typically painful), and causes harmful bacteria to accumulate. These bacteria can spread through your pet’s bloodstream and [...]

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Preventative Healthcare

Preventative care extends, enhances, and sometimes saves lives. It is important to follow a regular preventative care regiment in order to establish a health and behavior baseline, catch any problems as early as possible, and maintain a strategic vaccination and parasite control schedule. For some pets (especially our elderly fur-friends), it is also smart to [...]

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