Many of the same health problems that affect us, including hearing loss, also affect our pets. Fortunately, most pets adapt very well to the disability with a little help from their owners.View Article
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What to Expect
If this is your first time visiting us, be sure to bring in any previous medical history you may have on your pet, or feel free to drop it off at our front desk prior to your scheduled appointment. You may also prepare any questions you have for the technicians and doctors ahead of time, so that you are well prepared to address all of your concerns. If you're not able to prepare this material ahead of time, don't worry! Our doctors and staff are ready to work with whatever information you have available during the initial exam.
All appointments will begin by a technician obtaining a brief history and vitals on your pet, followed by a complete "head to tail" examination by one of our three licensed veterinarians. From here your doctor will be able to evaluate your pet, in their current condition, and address any questions you may have. We will then be able to formulate a specific treatment plan for the issues of concern and itemize the doctor's recommendations, so that as a team, we can choose the most effective and efficient route of diagnosis and treatment for your pet.
We carry top of the line, on-site, diagnostic equipment to provide you with same day results in many cases, and also work with off-site laboratories to run tests that we are unable to ourselves. Although we will do everything in our capabilities to diagnose and treat your pet, in some circumstances the doctor's may feel it's best to refer you to a board certified specialist who will have advanced training and expertise in specific areas related to your pet's illness and/or injury.