Puppies & Kittens

Younger pets can be far more delicate than adult ones. Start them with the right care early on with vaccinations, screenings for disease, and the knowledge you need for their care.

Vaccinations need to start at 6 weeks of age or as soon as you adopt your new friend. Then, they need to continue every 3 weeks until they are at least 15 weeks old. That also gives us the opportunity to discuss common behavioral challenges and how to avoid them.

Adult Pets

Examinations and vaccinations are necessary to prevent common, serious diseases. We want to prevent as much as we can. But, when an illness does arise, let us help them recover as quickly as possible.

Senior Cats & Dogs

More care is often needed to keep your older pets comfortable and happy. We monitor these pets closely and provide the treatment to keep them as comfortable and happy as possible.

Exotic Pets

From rabbits to rodents to reptiles, exotic pets can be as beloved a family member as any cat or dog. We spend extra time with these pets and with you to make sure they’re in good hands.

Many exotic pet illnesses stem from something being just a little out of balance at home. So, we start with education on housing setup and nutrition. We then continue with any diagnostics or treatment necessary.