Wellness visits – During a wellness visit, keep your animal’s health tip-top by a yearly check-up and visit with the doctor.
Vaccinations – Following the American Animal Hospital Association Guidelines for vaccinations can help keep your animals healthy and prevent many diseases.
Spay and Neuter – Prevent unwanted population growth, control some behavioral issues, and reduce the instance of mammary cancer, prostate cancer, or life-threating infections (pyometra). All pets must undergo a pre-surgical exam with the doctor prior to anesthesia.
General Surgery – Most soft tissue surgeries can be performed at ACC. We keep to AAHA standards for patient care and protocols. A pre-surgical exam is required.
Microchip Implantation – Keep your pet safe by implanting a microchip under their skin. This chip can be registered with your pet’s name, address, and contact information. If your friend ever gets lost, this “chip” can be read by most vet clinics, humane societies and can help your pet come home!
Dental scaling and polishing – Keep your pets teeth clean, breath fresh, and improve oral health with our professional dental cleanings. We use an ultrasonic scaler to remove the hard, sticky tartar, that harbors harmful bacteria from the teeth and under the gum line. Once the teeth are cleaned, the doctor will perform a comprehensive oral examination. Our veterinarians can perform extractions, and other restorative treatments. Pre-dental exam with doctor is required.
In House diagnostics – In our laboratory, we are able to run bloodwork the same day as your visit. More extensive or specific panels can be sent for processing through external laboratories such as IDEXX. We have an Ultrasound and a NEW High Definition digital radiography (x-ray) in our hospital.
Pest and Parasite Prevention – With our in house lab we can test for external and internal parasites and prescribe monthly preventative for fleas, ticks and heart-worm.
Nutrition – Meet with our doctor to get advice and recommendations for your pet’s specific needs.
Behavior – Consult with the doctor to identify underlying medical conditions, recommend training, or dietary changes that may relate to behavior issues.
Physical Ailments- From upset stomach to chronic disease processes our Veterinarian can examine your pet and advise on how to treat and maintain your pets physical health through their life time.