Hairless pets are at increased risk of developing infections, sunburn, dry skin and other skin conditions that can make them very uncomfortable. Fortunately, it's easy to prevent these conditions ...View Article
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In our well equipped hospital, a technician-nurse will take a complete medical history and help you understand any basic tests that may be needed to best assess your animal’s health. A doctor will then go over your pet’s history, listen to your questions, and discuss any concerns regarding the patient’s health. A complete nose-to-tail physical examination will also be performed by the doctor to determine which vaccines are essential for your pet’s specific needs. Any abnormalities found will be discussed in detail and appropriate diagnostics and/or treatments will be recommended. Heartworm and flea/tick preventatives will also be discussed as well as spaying and neutering which will prevent many diseases and make a healthier life for your pet.