Spay/Neuter*: Spaying or neutering your dog will help prevent overpopulation. Spaying/neutering also provides other benefits for your pet. Altered pets are more content, and far less likely to roam, bite, fight, mark territory or wordpresselop uterine, mammary and testicular cancers. The latest medical findings indicate that an altered animal will live a longer, healthier life.
Veterinary Services for Dogs
It is important that your dog be vaccinated at all stages of her life. We recommend several vaccines for your dog including Distemper/Parvo, Parainfluenza and Bordetella, Leptospirosis, Rabies, and others like Lymes Disease and Rattlesnake bites. Learn more at Dog Vaccination Services.
There are numerous parasites that can “bug” your dog. Learn more about heartworm, flea, and intestinal parasite prevention for your dog at Dog Flea & Parasite Control.
Dental exams, routine use of dental chews, specially designed dental-health diets and professional dental scaling/polishing are important for a healthy mouth. Learn more at Dental Care for Dogs.
Expert guidance on your dog’s nutrition and weight management. Whether you’re trying to control obesity in your dog or simply trying to ensure the best nutritional balance for your specific breed, our veterinary staff can help. Learn more at Nutrition & Weight Management for Dogs.
Spaying or neutering your dog will help prevent overpopulation. Spaying/neutering also provides other benefits for your pet. Learn more at Dog Spraying/Neutering.
We have specially priced senior diagnostic packages to help you manage the health of your senior dog. Learn more at Senior Care for Dogs.