Bad breath can lead to more than a ‘no kisses’ policy. Our veterinarian will check for tartar, inflammation and infections that can make your pet sick.
Your dog hears the treat cupboard open from a mile away. Our veterinarian can help keep it that way with checks for infection and other ear problems.
Who can resist those eyes? Our veterinarian looks for signs of cataracts, glaucoma, infection, jaundice, allergies and more.
When our veterinarian gives Fido a rub down, there checking body muscle tone, weight, and for enlarged lymph nodes that can be a sign of infection or disease.
You’re great at giving belly rubs. But our veterinarian is trained to feel for tumors, signs of pain and enlarged organs.
Under The Tail
It’s not pretty, but our veterinarian checks under the tail for anal gland issues, tapeworms and tumors.
Skin And Coat
Our veterinarian will check your furry friend for fleas, ticks, mites, skin infections and lumps and bumps.
Joints And Spine
Just like us, pets feel their age. Our veterinarian will check the joints and spine for signs of pain and tenderness – so you can take a proactive approach to pain management.
Heart And Lungs
When our veterinarian gets out the stethoscope, there listening for heart murmurs and irregular beats. There also making sure dogs lungs are clear.
Why does our veterinarian ask for a stool sample? To check for intestinal parasites. Blood work and urinalysis may also be ordered to confirm your pet is healthy and free of heartworms.>