Here at Care Animal Hospital, we’re proud to offer you our Canine Veterinary Services. You don’t need to worry about your dog’s well-being, we’ll make sure to do our best to make your pet feel better.
Why bring my pet dog to Care Animal Hospital?
With our great team of trained experts, we will provide your pet with the utmost care and medical attention. Whether your pet is in need of a basic check-up, complete blood chemistry, or an in-depth surgery, we’ll be here to offer our best services to ensure your pet lives a long and healthy life.
To provide our patients with the most accurate prognoses and the best possible treatments, we use nothing but the most advanced, state-of-the-art technology and equipment. These machines produce higher quality results making it easier for our staff to determine underlying problems and conditions.
If you feel that your pet is feeling sick, is injured, or is displaying unusual behavior, feel free to contact or schedule a routine appointment with us and we’ll do our part of securing your pet’s good health and wellness.
Canine Veterinary Services
We at Care Animal Hospital offer the following services for your canine friends:
- Examinations and check ups
- Immunizations and vaccinations
- Canine parvovirus
- Canine hepatitis
- Other non-core vaccines
- Laboratory work:
- Allergy testing
- Complete blood count and chemistry
- Digital x-rays
- Annual dental health assessments
- Routine dental cleanings
- Fluoride treatments
- Dental x-ray
- Periodontal treatments
- Restorative dentistry
- Treatments of oral cancers, inflammatory mouth disorders
- Spaying or neutering
- Anesthetics: general, local, sedative, and topical
When should I bring my dog to the vet?
You should pay attention to when your dog is exhibiting the following signs and symptoms: whining, crying, vomiting, diarrhea, excessive thirst, lethargy, or sudden weight loss, among many others.
As a pet owner, you should familiarize yourself with your own pet’s behavior. You should be the first one to recognize if your pet is displaying uncommon demeanor.
As soon as you notice any behavioral changes or signs of pain or discomfort, it’s a good idea to call your vet right away or take your pet in for a check up.
What can I give my dog when he is in pain?
If your vet appointment is days away and your pet appears to be suffering from certain pain or discomfort, you can safely give him limited doses of Ibuprofen or Aspirin.
While these are considered to be human medication, they can prove effective in reducing inflammation, fever, or even soothing pain in our canine animals.
Post-administration, you should observe for any negative changes in your pet’s behavior. Side effects may include vomiting, diarrhea, or skin redness.
How often should I bring my dog to the vet?
Generally speaking, if your canine pal is showing signs of possible illness or disease then you should bring him in for a check up.
Other than that, it all depends on your pet’s age when you should bring them in for an examination. During the first quarter, you should take in your puppy for monthly visits. When your dog reaches the adult stage (1-7 years), an annual check up would work fine.
However, when your pet reaches its senior years (upwards of 7 years), it would be advisable to bring your pet for check ups two times a year. Older dogs tend to have more complications and your vet would like to ensure your pet’s well-being.