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Allergies can affect our four-legged friends much as we do. Allergy medication can be customized for your pet to relieve itching and other aggravating symptoms.
Allowing Village Vet Animal Clinic to examine your pet annually and keep the vaccinations you need up to date can help your pet have a longer, healthier life.
We have an on-site radiology endoscope, other imagery services and our in house laboratory can help you now. No more waiting for results. Faster, accurate results lead to a faster diagnosis that can get better quicker with happier pets and pet owners.
You can reach us when you need to. In addition to our normal hours, availability 7 days a week, Village Vet Animal Clinic is available for after hours emergencies.
Bad breath is not normal for dogs and cats. It’s actually a symption of oral problems you can fix before the loss of teeth. Teeth cleaning, polishing, oral surgery and tooth supporter extractions can help keep your pet’s mouth healthy and their breath fresh!
What better place to leave your pet when you can’t be home than with a veterinarian? We’ll love on your pet like they were our own, and if a medical emergency should arise while you’re away, you can be confident that we’ll be there to take care of it.
Your pet reptile, amphibian, invertebrate, fish, birds or mammal is always welcome at Village Vet Animal Clinic. You will get the best information about care and feeding here.
Thousands of studies have been done to verify the positive effects of laser therapy for pets. Laser Therapy is utilized to treat pain and inflammation, wound healing, and mobility for joint problems. Your pet will be available during the pain free treatments and will usually feel relief right away.
A one-time procedure of placing the chip implant under the skin will give you a lifetime of confidence in knowing your pet can be identified if your dog or cat is found and taken to a vet’s office or animal shelter.
Full Service grooming is available by appointment. Everything from regular bathing to seasonal grooming to a Shed Less treatment to keep the fur in your home under control are offered by our knowledgeable and caring grooming staff.
Prevention of heartworms, fleas, ticks, flies and mosquitos can save your pet from potentially fatal diseases. We recommend annual testing to avoid serious and costly health issues for your dog or cat.
FROM OUR ANIMAL CLINIC BLOG
5 Keys to Preventive Pet Healthcare The old adage, “an ounce of prevention deserves a pound of cure” certainly is true when it comes to pet health. The cost of prevention is frequently a portion of the cost of treating a disease or problem once it has actually become more advanced, and early diagnosis and treatment of establishing issues or diseases can increase the probability of successful outcomes. Preventive pet healthcare can help in saving pets the discomfort of advanced health problems and in saving pet owners the stress and expense of treatment. Why? Due to the fact that preventive pet healthcare makes certain that illness never advance. Pet Exams We advise an annual pet wellness exam (two times a year for senior animals). This is a hands-on, head-to-toe assessment carried out by our veterinarians, developed to recognize potential or existing concerns. If we recognize an existing or developing problem, we are
Seasonal pet allergies can affect dogs and cats in the same way as they affect humans. With summer well underway, it’s important that you take the time to understand seasonal pet allergies, so you can help recognize the symptoms and seek out necessary treatment. Many owners aren’t aware that their beloved pets are suffering due to the same pollens and other environmental allergens. This guide will help you to recognize the symptoms of dog allergies and cat allergies, so your fuzzy family members don’t have to suffer in silence. Symptoms of Seasonal Pet Allergies When it comes to pet allergies, there are two main types to look out for. These include environmental allergies and food allergies. Common allergens include tree, grass and weed pollens, mold and mildew, and dust mites. If you notice that your pet gets itchy during the spring, summer or fall, then it is more likely that
Pet ear infections are very common in both cats and dogs and at some point in their life, they’ll most likely suffer from this painful disease. There are two different types of ear infections, otitis media, where the middle of your pet’s ear is inflamed, and otitis interna which is inflammation of your pet’s inner ear. Yeast and bacteria cause both of these ear infections that affect your adult pet. Dog breeds which have long ears, non-erect outer ears, and excessive hair, for example, cocker spaniels, are more likely to catch canine ear infections. All cat breeds are susceptible to both of these conditions. When your cat or dog shows signs of an ear infection, you must take them to a vet immediately. What Causes Pet Ear Infections? Just like all other parts of the body, your pet’s ears have yeast and bacteria cells present, but not enough to cause