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Your pet’s health and wellness is extremely important to us. Our full-service, progressive veterinary hospital provides the highest level of care to meet your pet’s needs.

Wellness Exams

Take a preventative approach to your pet’s wellness. A wellness examination is a routine medical check-up of an apparently healthy pet, as opposed to an examination of a pet that is showing signs of illness.

Based on your pet’s history and physical examination, your veterinarian may recommend specific preventive treatments such as vaccination or parasite control (including preventive treatments for fleas, ticks, intestinal parasites, and heartworm); or provide suggestions for nutrition, skin and coat care, weight management, or dental care.

The focus of a wellness visit is maintaining your pet’s optimal health. We strive to build your understanding of our diagnosis and treatment options through visual aids and take-home materials. Where treatment is needed, we inform you of your options so that you may make an informed decision about your family member’s care.

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Nutritional Counselling

Ensure your pet is getting nutrition that fits its needs and stage of life — whether your family member has fur, feathers, or scales. Your veterinarian can help you develop dietary guidelines for your pet’s different life stages, or for a specific species or breed’s nutritional requirements.

If your companion animal has a medical condition or illness — such as liver disease, obesity, or urinary tract disease — our veterinarians will provide a dietary recommendation that fits your pet’s specific needs. High-quality veterinary diets that provide complete and balanced pet nutrition are available from our hospital and online store.

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Dental Exams and Care

Few dogs and cats show obvious signs of dental disease, yet this is one of the most common medical conditions seen by veterinarians — over 80% of dogs and 50% of cats over the age of three, have active dental disease.

For proper care during dental examination, your veterinarian will place your pet under general anesthesia before conducting a mouth examination to check for abnormalities; tooth scaling to remove tartar; then polishing to decrease plaque buildup.

When periodontal disease is advanced, the badly affected teeth may need to be extracted. Regular pet wellness exams are the best way to get an early diagnosis, including on a wide variety of other diseases revealed by your pet’s teeth and gum health.

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Surgery and Treatments

When properly performed by skilled veterinarians, surgery can prevent future health problems, resolve acute injuries, relieve chronic conditions, and even save your pet’s life. Surgery is necessary in urgent situations, such as acute injuries or internal or external cancer tumours; but your pet may need surgery for other reasons.

Spay and neuter surgery can also reduce your pet’s risk of cancer and reproductive system-related diseases. Corrective surgery for pets suffering chronic pain from arthritis or hip dyspepsia, can greatly restore their quality of life. As most surgical procedures require postoperative pain management, your pet generally receives pain-relief medications before, during, and after surgery.

Our surgical suite is equipped with the modern medical equipment needed to perform procedures safely and effectively. We offer a range of surgical services from elective to specialized, including pet microchipping; and will refer you to appropriate specialists as required to best serve your pet’s health.

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Lab Diagnostics

Laboratory diagnostics include blood testing, urine testing, fecal testing, and testing of tissue samples. Routine testing provides an overview of your pet’s health, and is done for both healthy pets and sick pets. This includes a Complete Blood Count or “CBC,” a general blood test that can indicate the presence of many forms of disease. Biochemistry profiles are targeted tests for a specific area of concern, such as kidney health.

Special testing is done to investigate or monitor a specific known issue. For example, your veterinarian might want to monitor the blood sugar level in a diabetic pet, or to test for drug levels in a pet on medication. Lab diagnostics are done right here at our hospital lab facility, or if needed, samples are sent to a reference laboratory.

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