Our veterinary hospital is truly committed to delivering the best possible care to your pet. At the Animal Hospital of East Davie, our veterinarians are proud to offer an extensive array of services and treatments to ensure your beloved pet leaves our animal clinic both happy and healthy.
Below is a list of the most common services we offer:
Annual Wellness Exams
Our veterinarians know that annual wellness exams for pets are an important part of any preventative health care program. These exams allow for early detection of many conditions such as heart disease, dental disease, cataracts, diabetes, arthritis, spinal issues and many others, not to mention the best news any guardian can hear from their veterinarian…your pet has a clean bill of health!
At our animal clinic, we have a comprehensive, state-of-the-art in-house diagnostic laboratory that allows us to run an extensive array of tests, ranging from routine blood tests to fecal and urinary analysis, microscopic cytology and more. At the Animal Hospital of East Davie, we are proud to offer our diagnostic laboratory to ensure that your pet leaves both happy and healthy, no matter the ailment.
Digital radiology allows our animal hospital to rapidly obtain high-definition X-Rays that can be a crucial diagnostic tool for a variety of patient conditions including but not limited to: lameness, coughing, heart disease, foreign body ingestion, constipation and many other disorders that require more than a physical examination and blood tests to achieve a diagnosis.
Soft Tissue Surgery
Our veterinarians perform everything from spays and neuters to bladder stone removal, lump removals and an array of other additional procedures. Every patient is closely monitored using state-of-the-art digital monitors that provide real-time EKG, oxygen levels, blood pressure, respiratory rate and temperature. All of our veterinary patients also receive pre-anesthesia blood screening to help us make your pet’s surgical procedure as safe and successful as possible. When it comes to Soft Tissue Surgery and other procedures, we know that precision counts.
Our animal hospital encourages all of our clients to participate in preventative oral hygiene programs such as brushing their pet’s teeth daily, dental chews and additional measures, but there are times when a patient may require in-patient dental procedures under anesthesia to properly manage more severe cases of periodontal and gum disease; a fractured tooth, a tooth root abscess or possibly an extraction. For dental ailments both big and small, our veterinary hospital is prepared to deliver careful, compassionate care.
Heartworm and Flea Prevention
Feel free to stop in to our animal clinic at any time to discuss a tailored prevention program that may be best suited for you and your pet:
Heartworm disease is a deadly, yet easily preventable disease. We recommend year round preventative be given to both cats and dogs. Please be sure to note that the North Carolina Veterinary Board requires annual exams and heartworm checks before we can dispense heartworm prevention.
Fleas and ticks carry a number of life threatening diseases, which in turn pose a risk to you and your pet. For this reason, we recommend year-round flea and tick control and carry several products that work well in our environment.
Diet and Nutrition Counseling
Our veterinary hospital also carries a comprehensive line of prescription diets. Different pets require different diets for optimal health and performance. Our veterinarians and staff will be happy to help determine which diet is right for your pet. Simply schedule an appointment or stop in to receive our counseling services!
Vaccinations are an important part of any preventative health care program. Our veterinary hospital understands that a vaccine program should be tailored to your pet’s individual situation and we follow the most up-to-date vaccination protocols based on your pets lifestyle and exposure.
Countless beloved pets are lost or stolen each year. With this in mind, the Animal Hospital of East Davie encourages that all pets be identifiable by a microchip which is registered with a national database to increase the number of lost pets reunited with their guardian(s). We can ensure that the process is both safe and painless, and will contribute to the overall safety and well being of your pet.