Young animals are like children; it’s a never-ending job to keep them safe and happy. Vaccinations are the best weapon against many viral and bacterial infections, preventing deadly diseases like canine parvovirus and rabies. It’s important to administer vaccinations while your pets are still puppies or kittens, when their young immune systems are still developing and need protection to stay healthy. Vaccinations are vital to pet health and should be administered to every animal.
You are what you eat. Preventative care starts with food.
A nutrition-rich diet is your pet’s first line of defense. Proper daily nutrition is an important factor for keeping your pet healthy, bolstering the immune system and supporting normal development in younger animals.
Regular dental care is essential for keeping your pet healthy and happy. Dental disease is a common issue among household pets that can lead to serious health problems if left untreated. Periodic dental exams help maintain proper oral hygiene and prevent future complications.
Going out of town? We have you and your pet covered. [Hospital name] now offers overnight boarding for your cat or dog!
Our guests enjoy safe, clean facilities under constant staff supervision. Your pet will get plenty of exercise and socializing time in our expansive outdoor and indoor play areas.
All lodging options are cage-free, with each pet returning to his or her individual climate-controlled room for a comfortable and relaxing night’s sleep.
Pamper your pet.
Grooming is the best way to help your pet look and feel great. [Hospital Name] is proud to offer a complete range of grooming services for dogs and cats of all shapes and sizes.
Besides obvious cosmetic improvements, grooming has many hygienic benefits. Grooming is recommended every 4-6 weeks to avoid painful matting of the coat, ear infections and parasite infestations.
Spay & Neuter
Every year thousands of stray and unwanted animals are euthanized in shelters across the United States. Many of these deaths are the avoidable result of owners failing to spay and neuter their pets. The unexpected offspring of these liaisons often fill shelters and are never given the chance at happy, loving lives.