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Our Services

Wellness and Nutrition Management

Our wellness programs allow us to diagnose diseases and conditions early. Like human babies, pets are seldom able to respond to changes in their health. Therefore, bringing them in for regular wellness checks prevents illnesses and diseases. During these checks, we are are able to note symptoms or signs that may lead to disease or ill health. We can prevent diseases entirely by ensuring that your pet receives appropriate vaccinations and preventive. As a result,  your pet remains healthy for a long time.  


Our programs are focused on disease prevention by eliminating or reducing the occurrence of illnesses and preventable diseases.  We identify and treat signs of preventable diseases that increase your pet's longevity. Our program includes scheduled examinations, nutrition management, parasite preventative (i.e. flea, tick, and earthworm controls), vaccination, behavior examination, illness and injury management, and risk management, and other services.

Contact us for a comprehensive wellness plan for your pet.




Dental issues can affect other organs in the body. For instance, the bacteria in the mouth can get into your pet's bloodstream and cause serious infections in their kidneys, liver, lungs, and heart. Our dental program includes checks for tartar (yellow or brown buildup), irritated or bleeding gums, bad breath, changes in acting habits, excessive drooling, loose teeth, etc.

Even if your pet does not have any of these symptoms, we can provide you will an extensive detail care package to make ensure excellent oral health with a dental appointment at least once a year.


Our operating room is equipped with modern equipment to ensure smooth procedures and the safety of our patients. We offer routine surgical procedures including spay, neuter as well as wound management, bladder stone removal, foreign body removal, lumpectomies and minimal orthopedic procedures.

A summary of our surgery procedure is as follows:

  • A confirmation of the surgery date from our clinic coordinator. 

  • Pre-surgery consult and education.

  • Preparation for surgery

  • Administration of safe anesthesia that is appropriate pain management

  • Surgery procedure

  • Post- consult and education including detailed discharge instructions. 

  • Followup consultation including appointments and telephone calls.

Most surgeries are performed during the day for a few minutes or hours. If your pet requires after-hours monitoring, we will recommend transfer to a 24-hour vet hospital for overnight monitoring.

Emergency and Urgent Care

Emergencies happen. When an emergency happens with your pet, we provide immediate help. Please call us and inform on on the nature of the injury and how soon you'll arrive in our clinic. This enables us to make preparations and get ready to care for your pet immediately you arrive. However, if things happen too fast and you do not have the time to call, we are well prepared to handle any pet emergency.

Within our hours of service, we are equipped and ready to help with all emergency and critical care needs and if you need our service outside work hours, please call us, and we will provide you with the needed direction and support to get your pet to the 24-hour pet emergency clinic. 


With our state-of-the-art equipment, we are able to aid a quicker assessment of your pet's condition. We can run multiple blood and urine tests concurrently on complete blood cell counts, chemistry panels, thyroid levels, feline viral tests and pancreatic tests.  These allow us to diagnose and recommend appropriate treatments. Our diagnostic technology also allows us to perform pre-anaesthetic profiles and annual wellness testing. 

Our veterinary team will go through the test results with you and support your decision on the options you have.

Other Services

Other pet services include:

  • Weight loss 

  • Dermatology

  • Cardiology

  • Tonometry

  • Endocrinology

  • Spaying and Neutering

  • Pain management

  • Pet Identification

  • And many more ( Please call or ask the vets)

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