We offer a full-spectrum of medical services in our hospital, and it all starts with the diagnostic exam. If your pet isn’t feeling their best, our doctors can perform a diagnostic examination to help determine the cause of their illness. From there, the doctor will be able to decide if further testing or medication is needed. We are able to run many of the necessary tests in-house, providing you with results the same day. Other tests must be sent to an outside laboratory, with results coming back as soon as the next day, but sometimes longer.
- Digital X-ray
- Fecal Testing
- Blood work
Pharmaceuticals and Nutraceuticals
We also have an in-house pharmacy that allows us to fill prescriptions while you’re here with your pet. We work closely with compounding pharmacies in the area that can compound medications if needed. In addition, we have an online pharmacy that can deliver medication straight to your home.
Sometimes less is more, and in that case, we have a wide range of vitamin and nutritional supplements designed to support your pets’ health and wellness.
We have Hills and Royal Canin prescription diets in stock to provide your pet with top-of-line foods designed to treat and prevent an array of illnesses and diseases. You can also order these diets and more from our online pharmacy and have it shipped to your home.
Cold laser therapy is a noninvasive treatment to reduce pain and inflammation and increase healing time. Our new equipment allows us to treat your pet for ailments such as arthritis, joint pain, wounds and surgical incisions.
Our doctors and technicians are able to provide house call services to our established clients in the Georgetown area for annual exams and vaccinations, as well as euthanasias. These typically will need to be scheduled in advance to ensure that we have proper coverage here in the hospital.
We adhere to the industry standards in treating pets with heartworm disease. Our doctors work together to provide any pet that has received this diagnosis the very best care possible.
Our doctors and technicians are able to provide daily intensive care services to patients in need.
There are times when the doctor may want your pet to have imaging done with a Board Certified Radiologist. We typically use…