Surgery
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Surgery Our surgical services and facilities include fully trained veterinary and technical staff to ensure the safest, most efficient anesthetic procedure. We use various heating sources to help control temperature regulation, advanced sterilization techniques, machines that monitor oxygen saturation, EKG, … Read More

Radiology
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Radiology X-rays, or radiographs, can help our veterinarians evaluate your pet from head to tail, including musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, pulmonary, gastrointestinal, reproductive, and urinary systems. X-rays can help us reach a diagnosis by providing information unavailable by other means. They can … Read More

Breeding Timing, Reproduction, Artificial Insemination
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Breeding Timing, Reproduction, Artificial Insemination Dr. Hammett is certified by International Canine Genetics as one of their Canine Reproduction Veterinarians and a member of the Society for Theriogenology — a group of veterinarians with a particular interest in canine reproduction. … Read More

Nutrition
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Nutrition We carry a variety of foods to meet all of your pet’s needs. Our Healthy Advantage food contains vitamins E and C to help protect the immune system. It also helps prevent hairballs in cats and weight gain in … Read More

Microchipping
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Microchipping What Would You Do If Your Pet Got Lost? Imagine it’s July 4th and you and your family decides to go watch fireworks. You look at the front door and see that Rover wants to go for a ride, … Read More

Laser Therapy
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K Laser Therapy Get 25% off of Laser Treatments and Packages with an Adult and Senior Paw Plan We are thrilled to be able to offer our patients laser therapy. Laser therapy is the use of specific wavelengths of light … Read More

Euthanasia
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Euthanasia As your pet ages, you may begin to notice changes in their behavior, mobility, lack of playfulness, eating habits and they just may not seem to be “themselves” anymore. And if your vet confirms the presence of a terminal … Read More

Dental Care
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Dental Care Stinky dog and cat breath not only smells bad but it may also indicate serious problems in your pet’s mouth. 80% of dogs and 70% of cats show some signs of oral disease by the age of three. … Read More

Arthritis and Your Pet
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Arthritis and Your Pet Is your pet showing signs of slowing down? Does your dog take longer to become active in the mornings, requiring stretching and extra time to rise than before? Does your cat seem grumpy or uncomfortable when … Read More

Allergy Free Dogs
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Allergy-Free Dogs It is summer and you see everyone going to the parks with their children and their pets. You really want to own a pet but allergies are a real problem. You do not have to do without! Let’s … Read More

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