We offer a wide variety of services for your small animal! Prices and Quotes can be given upon request.
A microchip is a tiny electronic device that is inserted under the skin between the shoulder blades. It can be done at the time of any vaccination. It's individual number is then registered nationally. If your pet is lost, the chip can be read by shelters and humane societies so that you can be reunited with your pet.
We offer grooming of all breeds of dogs and cats. Besides the trim, it includes a bath, nailtrim, anal gland expression and ear cleaning.
It is important to maintain clean and healthy teeth in your pet. Daily brushing is ideal. When problems arise, we are equipped to offer dental cleaning under anesthesia.
X-rays can be an important part of assessing both medical and surgical problems. Our staff is trained to obtain clear images to aid in the diagnostic process.
We provide boarding for dogs and cats. The dogs have individual indoor/outdoor runs; inside is 4' X 5' and outside is 4' X 8'. The kennels are heated and air-conditioned.
Ultrasound uses high frequency sound waves to penetrate the body giving us images of the internal organs. It can give us additional information helpful for diagnosis. We have a board certified internal medicine specialist, Dr. Anne Matson, who comes to the hospital to perform ultrasounds.
After hour emergency service is available for established clients. If Dr. Bougie is not available, the clinic answering machine will refer you to an emergency hospital located in Grafton.
At least once a year, your pet should have a complete physical exam. Many health problems can be detected early and allow for prompt treatment. As your pet ages, additional testing may be recommended to ensure a happy and healthy life for your pet.
After acquiring a new pet, an exam should be scheduled with a veterinarian within a few days. The pet will be checked to see if it is healthy. Vaccination and worming programs will be explained. Advice on training, nutrition and disease prevention will be offered.
Numerous vaccines are available to help maintain the health of your pet. A vaccine protocol can be developed for your pet, depending on your pet's life style.
Our hospital is well-equipped to provide routine spaying and neutering of your pet, as well as other soft tissue surgeries and some orthopedics. We do routine pre-anesthetic bloodwork to ensure your pet is healthy enough to undergo the procedure. During the procedure, your pet is monitored with a variety of devices measuring blood pressure, respiratory and cardiac parameters.
Pain management is an important aspect of aftercare and is tailored to each individual pet.
Senior Pet Care
Our pets are living longer, healthier lives. As a pet ages, there are changes in diet, blood tests for common geriatric diseases and arthritic changes that can be addressed. Keeping an older pet active and comfortable is a priority for our staff.