Tri-County Small Animal Hospital
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Spaying and neutering your pet is becoming less of an option and more of a necessity due to the overwhelming number of pets being abandoned and euthanized. Overpopulation of shelters and rescues prove the importance of getting your pet spayed or neutered. At our hospital we want to make this procedure as safe and comfortable as possible. Our spay and neuter procedures include:
Advantages of laser surgery are: go home same day, less pain, less bleeding, less swelling, reduced risk of infection, precision, and quicker return to normal activity.
Services at a Glance
We offer full-service day or overnight boarding for your cat or dog. Food and bedding are provided but you are welcome to bring your own, as well as any toys from home. There is always an attendant on site during our normal business hours. Dogs are walked approximately 4 times a day, and cages are cleaned twice a day, or as needed. We can administer medications if necessary for an additional fee. During non-business hours, for their comfort and health, animals are tended to at least twice a day. We always enjoy having your pet stay here with us, so don’t wait. Call now to reserve a spot for your beloved companion during your next business trip or family vacation! Remember that we offer nail trims, bathing and basic grooming, too.
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Laser Surgery & Diagnostics
Three levels of complete dental services are available. We always use gas anesthesia - the safest available. All levels include a physical exam, pre-anesthetic blood tests, heart monitoring while under anesthesia, and antibiotics. Levels 2 and 3 are more extensive.
Spay & Neuter Procedures
Dental Cleaning & Extractions
Preventive Care & Vaccinations
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Providing the best care for
Boarding & Grooming
At our hospital, use of the surgical laser is standard practice for certain procedures, and optional for others, like spays and neuters. The laser cauterizes the blood vessels and nerves during surgery, which results in the reduction of pain and bleeding. Recovery is rapid and there is less post-operative discomfort. Your pet's heart rate and breathing are monitored throughout surgery, and an attendant stays with your pet during recovery for observation.
Every year your pet should have a wellness exam and annual vaccines. Depending on the pet’s health history and age more procedures may be recommended by the doctor. From birth to the senior years we have your pet covered.
Recommended Vaccine Protocol
Kitten: 3 weeks - Deworm
6 weeks – FVRCP, intestinal parasite screen, deworm
9 weeks – FVRCP, FeLV, deworm (FeLV/FIV test)
12 weeks – FVRCP, rabies, FeLV
Puppy: 3 weeks – Deworm
6 weeks – DHPP, intestinal parasite screen, deworm
9 weeks – DHLP or DHPP, deworm
12 weeks – DHLP, rabies
16 weeks – DHLP
Adult Canine Core Vaccines – DHLP, leptospirosis, rabies
Non-Core Canine Vaccines – bordatella, canine influenza
Additional Canine Testing – heartworm test, intestinal parasite screen
Adult Feline Core Vaccines – FVRCP, rabies
Non-Core Feline Vaccines – feline leukemia
Additional Feline Testing – FeLV/FIV test, heartworm test, intestinal parasite screen