Microchip Pet Identification
Microchip Pet Identification is a revolutionary way to help return a lost pet. The process consists of injecting a small microchip beneath the skin of your pet that is linked to an online registry. After the chip has been placed in your pet, you are given instructions on how to register your pet with the host service. Once the animal is registered, your ownership information is kept in a database accessible to animal control services and veterinarians around the country.
When a stray animal is collected by these services or brought to a nearby veterinarian, they are scanned (a standard practice on stray animals) with a non-invasive handheld scanner similar to a metal detection wand. If the animal has been microchipped, the scanner will identify the unique registration code of the microchip and provide the scanning party with your ownership information, offering an invaluable avenue for the safe return of your pet. For more information on microchipping your pet, please contact our office.
Pet Food, Supplements, and Treats
We offer a wide variety of specialty and therapeutic pet foods for a range of lifestyles. We also carry prescription diet foods available upon nutritional consultation with one of our doctors. Additional supplements, treats, and other pet products are also available.
Pain Management and Control
Pain management is becoming more and more relevant in the veterinary world with recent medical advances in both the human and veterinary fields. There are a number of therapeutic procedures used to address pain management in our pets, many of which are available through our hospital. For more information on the details and availability of these therapies, please contact our office.
Chemotherapy and Cancer Treatment
Much like humans, our pets are susceptible to many different forms of cancer. While severity differs based on such factors as time of discovery and tissues affected, many of these cases are treatable with proper resources. Treatments such as surgery, chemotherapy, drug therapy, and others will often prolong and improve the quality of life for your pet. These treatments are becoming more common in veterinary medicine everyday and recent medical advancements in this area are continually improving the success rate of these practices. Please inquire for further details on these procedures.