Glaucoma is typically a disease affecting middle- age to older pets. The symptoms can be very insidious in that they may not be noticeable at first, but eventually you may see a red eye or a dila ...View Article
Animal Care and Medical Center is a full service animal hospital offering comprehensive veterinary care from the beginning of your pets life, to the end of life care. Our philsophy is always designed to meet the needs of you, our client, and your pets. Whether your pet may be in need of surgery, medical care, a dental exam and treament or any other pet related concern, we are here for you both. Our sevices are designed to make sure that your pet is healthy, happy and living a good quality of life.
Some of the services we offer for your pet are as follows:
WELL CARE EXAMINATIONS AND CONSULTATIONS
Well-Care examinatins are the cornerstone of health care for your pet. It si far easier, safer, and less costly to prevent medical problems that it is to them after they occur. Routine physical examinatins and discussions of your pet's health allow the doctors at Animal Care and Medical Center to make sure your pet stays healthy, and to catch minor problems befre they have a chance to become major health problems.
SICK-CARE EXAMINATINS, DIAGNOSTICS & HOSPITALIZATION
The doctors are always available if your pet is not feeling up to par. The staff at Animal Care and Medical Center are skilled at combining the history of your pet's problem with a through medical examination so tht sound recommendations can be made for diagnostics and treatment of your pet.
Proper vaccination is a crucial step to preventing contagious, potentially life-threatening diseases. It is far easier to vaccinate to prevent diseases such as distemper or parvovirus and leptospirosis, than it is to try to treat the illness. As a matter of fact, several diseases that are easily preventable with proper vaccination cannot be successfully treated and can kill beloved pets. This is ofter the situation with diseases such as feline leukemia, distemper and some cases of parvovirus. It is very important to make sure that your pet's vaccnations are kept current and that you discuss vaccations with our doctors, so that your pet can receive the proper vaccines at the proper intervals.
Not every animal needs every vaccination, but all dogs, cats and ferrets need some vaccinations. The doctors will examine your pets and make recommendations as to the proper vaccination protocol for your individaual pets. The decision will be based on a variety of factors, including your pet's age, health, prior vaccination, potential exposure to diseases, and lifestyle.