*Other species may be evaluated at the Veterinarian’s discretion. Please call first.
Some common reasons for your pet to be seen may include (but are not limited to) the following:
- Coughing and sneezing
- Ear infections
- Skin allergies and hot spots
- Vaccine reactions
- Urinary tract problems
- Vomiting and diarrhea
- Chronic pain management
- Eye discharge
- Toenail injuries
- Toxin ingestion
- Minor wounds and Lacerations
- Fracture assessment and Stabilization
- Outpatient hospice care
*Surgery – We are equipped to handle some small surgical procedures. If we diagnose a condition that requires hospitalization or advanced surgical care, we will provide you with several options for your pet, including transfer to a 24-hour emergency hospital.
Pet Urgent Care has a full in-house laboratory and is able to perform most diagnostics while you wait. Some of these important diagnostics are:
- Complete Blood Count (CBC)
- Blood Chemistry Panel – to check organ function
- Coagulation times – to check blood clotting abilities
- Fecal testing – to check for intestinal parasites
- Skin and Ear Cytology
- Digital X-ray
- Ultrasound (AFAST and TFAST) – to check body cavities for free fluid ONLY.
In our Comfort Room, we will make you and your pet as comfortable as possible during this difficult time. When it is time to say goodbye, we can help your pet’s last moments be calm and peaceful. You can spend as much time as you need in the Comfort Room before and after your pet passes away. Additionally, we will help arrange after care on your behalf with a Pet Cremation service.