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General Medicine

We treat your pets like family and provide them with the highest quality care possible.

As a general practitioner, we can diagnose and treat a variety of health problems. However, if diagnostics or treatment lies outside our veterinary specialty, or requires a veterinarian specialist, we may refer you to one of our partnered veterinarians. We work closely with other practices that can further assist you in achieving optimum pet health care.

At the Vet

General Pet Medicine Includes the Following:

If you witness your pet exhibiting any of the following symptoms, please schedule an appointment to have them evaluated, as the condition might require prompt treatment:

  • Anxiety that causes noticeable emotional changes 

  • Confusion 

  • Constipation 

  • Coughing 

  • Decreased appetite 

  • Diarrhea 

  • Difficulty standing up, climbing stairs, or walking long distances 

  • Excessive itching 

  • Excessive weight loss or weight gain 

  • Foul odor in or around ears 

  • Foul smelling breath 

  • Inability to control bodily functions 

  • Increased dehydration

  • Increased eye or nose secretion

  • Increased urination

  • Limping

  • Lumps in the skin that have increased in size or are entirely new

  • Sneezing

  • Tiny cuts across areas of the skin

  • Unexplained exhaustion

  • Vomiting

  • Wounds that will not heal

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Prolonged Condition Management

In some instances, pet care requires more than just a single day’s visit. Our staff can provide a comfortable setting for pets receiving ongoing care that requires hospitalization. If your pet requires attention around the clock, our facilities are equipped to house them throughout the extent of the treatment.

If you have any questions, or need to schedule a medical visit, please call our office.

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