Cats and Dogs

Services & Symptoms

Our clinic excels in providing prompt and compassionate care for pets experiencing urgent, though not emergency, health concerns. We address a wide spectrum of conditions ranging from mobility impairments and gastrointestinal disorders to various infections, respiratory issues, eye and ear problems, and wound care. It's important to note that we do not handle severe emergencies such as major trauma. Rely on us to deliver vital care your pet requires in the interim between regular veterinary check-ups and emergency situations.

Emergencies / Life-threatening Cases

We do NOT see critical or life-threatening cases. If you're having an emergency, please call the nearest emergency vet clinic.

Gastrointestinal & Urinary Problems

We frequently treat common gastrointestinal issues such as diarrhea, vomiting, and urinary tract infections.
Learn about how we treat stomach and urinary problems

Coat & Skin Issues

Hair loss, over-grooming, excessive scratching, and other skin and coat conditions are often caused by allergies or parasites.
More info about Pet Coat and Skin issues

Behavioral Changes

Is your pet not acting like themselves? Come see us! Lethargy, aggression, and other behavioral changes can be caused by a variety of health issues.
Learn about behavior changes with your pet

Mobility Issues

If your pet is limping or seems off-balance, we're here to help.
More about mobility issues with your pet


Common allergy symptoms like sneezing, coughing, and scratching are often manageable with medication.
Learn more about how we diagnose and treat pet allergies

Ears & Eyes

We treat conditions like ear and eye infections, as well as changes in vision or hearing.
Information on the ear and eye symptoms to look out for.

Wound Care

Comprehensive treatment for various wounds such as minor cuts, abscesses, lacerations, and bite injuries.
Info on the problems that can arise from cuts and scratches.

General Health

We address various general health concerns, including anal gland issues, decreased appetite or refusal to eat, and noticeable weight changes.
Learn about the many pet health issues we help with.