Our staff believes that a companion animal’s quality of life is just as important as her longevity. Although diagnosing and treating injuries and illness is a large part of what we do, we feel that regular preventive care is just as important. In fact, the prevention of disease is central to the way our veterinarians and technicians practice medicine.
It's important to remember that pets tend to hide their pain from their owners, which means that you may not have any outward indication that something is wrong. Often times, we diagnose a health issue at a wellness exam that comes as a complete surprise to the pet owner. If you don't already bring your pet in for an annual check-up, you may be surprised at what a difference it makes to adopt a proactive approach to healthcare.