We love patients of all kinds: feathered, furred, or scaled.

  • Dogs

    Your dog is your best buddy and a furry, four-legged member of your family. Routine health care is very important to keep him healthy and playful for years to come. We offer a full range of wellness, surgical and hospitalization services for our beloved canine companions and are always available to help your pet in his time of need.

  • Cats

    Your cat may be a shy lap-warmer or a constant entertainer, and keeping her healthy and active is important to your shared lifestyle. Cats need regular veterinary care just like dogs, including vaccinations, dietary management and dental care. In case of emergency, we are always open to see your cat before her condition gets worse.

  • Small Mammals

    Small mammals can make great family pets. However, care of these furry creatures can at times be very different than caring for a dog or cat. We offer a full range of services for your bunny, ferret, hamster, or other small mammal and can discuss all aspects of their care and maintenance at your next appointment.

  • Birds

    Some of our more vocal and long-lived companions, birds can be an important and fun part of any household. Birds can have many unique healthcare needs that mammals don’t, and they tend to hide signs of illness for as long as possible. Bring your bird in for a health exam today to learn about proper care and what to do if your bird is experiencing any signs of illness.

  • Reptiles & Amphibians

    Reptiles can be distinctive and rewarding pets, but they require unique care from creating the right environment to choosing the correct diet and feeding schedule. We know how quickly these cold-blooded creatures can warm your heart, so take steps to prevent illness in your lizard, snake, turtle, or other reptile by asking about proper care during your next visit.

  • Pet Parents

    As pet parents ourselves, we understand how quickly these animals become part of our lives and our families. We also understand that illness or injury to your pet can be very emotional for you. That is why we educate all our pet parents on the importance of preventive healthcare, and keep you fully informed of and involved in any care we provide for your pet.