Check out some of our Frequently Asked Questions.
If we did not address your question, please contact us and we’ll be happy to help!
Do you provide dental care?
How often should I bring my pet in?
My cat is an indoor cat, does s/he still need vaccinations?
What brand of food do you recommend?
Are grain-free diets bad for my pets?
Recently, the FDA launched an investigation into a potential link between diets (mostly grain-free) and Canine Dilated Cardiomyopathy. Click here to read the article in full.
What type of pets do you provide care for?
When should I spay/neuter my kitten or puppy?
Dogs: Typically dogs are neutered around six to nine months of age. If you have an adult dog, they can still be neutered. For canines, spay and neuter recommendations vary based upon breed and size of pet. Your vet will provide you with recommendations based upon the individual patient during an exam.
Cats: Kittens can be spayed or neutered as young as six months old. It is recommended that you spay or neuter your cat before they are five months old.
How often does my pet need a rabies shot?
What age to vaccinate my kitten or puppy?
What is euthanasia?
Is euthanasia right for my pet?
If you are considering euthanasia for your pet, please schedule an appointment so our staff can evaluate your pet and provide you with the medical treatment options available.
What vaccinations should my pet receive?
- Rabies (Canines and Felines)
- Canine Parvovirus (Canines only)
- Canine Hepatitis (Canines only)
- Feline Calicivirus (Felines only)
- Feline Rhitnotracheitis (Felines only)
Where do I take my pet in an emergency?
Have a question?
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