Our facility is equipped to hospitalize patients for treatment for a short term or for an extended period of time. Critical patients are monitored throughout the day in our well-equipped ICU area. The ICU area is centrally located so that critical patients can be monitored at all times by our licensed veterinary technicians and the veterinarians.If we feel that the patient is not stable enough to stay in our ICU overnight, we will recommend for them to be transported to the PARC, where there is a veterinarian and staff on the premise throughout the night.
Routine laboratory tests (ie. heartworm test, K9 pregnancy test, feline leukemia/aids test, fecal samples and blood/ear smears) can be performed in the hospital, which enables vital test results to be obtained within minutes: We also have in-house CBC, Vet Chemistry (Panel), and Electrolyte Machines to aid in rapid diagnosis. For more extensive and specialized tests, we have access to local laboratories and other laboratories throughout the country.
Our facility is equipped with some of the latest in diagnostic laboratory equipment. These include ophthalmic tonometry (glaucoma testing), oxygenation and pulse measurements, blood pressure analysis and electrocardiography (EKG).
We house a fully stocked pharmacy, so that we are able to provide you with your prescription at the time of service. We also have a good working relationship with a local pharmacy which can provide you with the option of having some medications flavored and/or compounded (changing the medication to a form that is easier to administer) to your pet’s taste.
Our isolation ward is a special room that is separate from the rest of the hospital. This room is specially designated for patients who may have a contagious illness. It is equipped with its own air supply and temperature regulation.
Our veterinary hospital is fully equipped with a digital radiography (X-ray) machine. Our X-ray equipment aids in our ability to make accurate diagnoses and treatment plans.
We offer our clients the HomeAgain Pet Recovery Service (microchipping). The HomeAgain Pet Recovery Service is a safe, simple and permanent form of pet identification designed to quickly identify lost or stolen pets and reunite them with their owners. A professional recovery team maintains their database 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and notifies you as soon as your pet’s ID number is called into the 24-hour recovery hotline. Veterinary clinics and shelters scan lost animals and call the HomeAgain Pet Recovery team to report a found pet. Currently, with the HomeAgain Pet Recovery Service, a successful recovery occurs approximately every 6 minutes!
1. Schering-Plough Animal Health Corporation
We now offer ultrasonography to our clients! Ultrasonography is a noninvasive procedure (means it does not penetrate the skin or body opening). An ultrasound scan is a procedure that uses high-frequency sound waves to view and look through organs and tissues and produce images of the animal body. It aids in screening, detecting and diagnosing medical conditions, tumors, heart, kidney, liver disease and much more.