We offer a comprehensive range of veterinary services from exams to spay and neuter as well as other complex surgeries for your pet, using state-of-the-art equipment and highly trained staff.
When your animal feels ill, our doctors use many tools in addition to a physical exam to help diagnose the cause. Important tests like blood pressure, cytology, urinalysis, blood analysis, and radiographs can all be performed in the hospital to help make the diagnosis quicker.
Through our in-house pharmacy, we can provide competitively priced prescription medications for dogs and cats. Medicines purchased through our pharmacy are backed by their manufacturers, labelled for use in the U.S. and within their expiration dates.
We offer an online pharmacy with an at-home delivery for your convenience. You will have access to dietary options and an extensive pharmacy of prescriptions that will make recurring shipments very easy to set up. Click the following link in order to shop at our online pharmacy.
Every pet has different requirements for their vaccines, depending on factors such as: age, health status, and life style. For example, indoor-only cats are not at risk for as many diseases as outdoor cats. We will customize the vaccine protocol for your pet’s specific needs.
Dr. Cupples is trained to perform a wide range of surgical procedures for our fur babies. We offer routine spay and neuter services, as well as other soft tissue and ophthalmic procedures.
It is important to check your pet’s mouth on a regular basis for tartar build up, fractured teeth, or bad breath. If you have questions regarding anything you observe, please contact our staff immediately can determine what, if any, treatment is necessary. We have the ability to perform dental prophylaxis surgery as well as advanced periodontal care using state-of-the-art dental equipment and dental radiography.
Microchips for dogs and cats are a great way to make sure that your pet can always find its way home. A microchip can be placed in your animal during a routine visit or while the animal is here for a surgery. Microchips are free with exam for the entire summer.
Both dogs and cats may be subject to eye problems at any time during their lives. These problems may range from simple irritation to permanent damage and blindness and may be caused by a wide variety of diseases. If you have any concerns over anything that you observe, contact us immediately to figure out what treatment, if any,is necessary.
Diagnostic lab work plays an important part in pre-operative workup prior to anesthesia, as well as understanding and treating your pets when they are ill. It also provides valuable information in healthy animals to promote early detection of disease in presumably healthy animals. We are able to offer many of these tests in our extensive in-house laboratory.
Radiographs are an important diagnostic tool in the diagnosis of your pet when they are not feeling well. We perform routine radiographs as well as special contrast studies for our patients.
Obesity is a very common issue for pets today and it can lead to a variety of health problems such as diabetes and arthritis. We are happy to discuss appropriate diet and feeding schedules for any stage of your dog or cat’s life. We also offer a full line of therapeutic/prescription diets for any health problem your pet may have.
All interstate travel requires verification of the animal’s health and vaccination status. We carry the up-to-date Interstate Health Certificates for ease of travel. This is a routine office visit that may be done Monday thru Saturday.
International travel requires this documentation, as well as many tests to screen for disease. Dr. Cupples is USDA Accredited to write an International Health Certificate. This process does require advance notice and potentially several weeks to complete the process.
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