The Best There Is

Gold-Standard wellness care for dogs and cats.

Prevention is Key

We believe in creating healthier, happier, and better lives for you and your pets. We pride ourselves on being able to provide exceptional care to your pet and to you. We want to help prevent illness by focusing on the overall health and well-being of your furry (or non-furry) family member. There are many services that we offer that will help you achieve a long and healthy life for your beloved pet.

Routine & Annual Exams

Prevention is the best medicine. Your pet grows and changes so much each year. We want to be able to detect any small changes before they become bigger problems by performing a complete exam. The veterinarian will do a nose-to-tail exam, address anything that has changed in the last year, and talk through any questions you may have about your pet.

In order to prescribe medications to your pet, one of our veterinarians needs to have examined your pet at their yearly exam. If you need more medication for your pet and they are overdue for their annual exam, please give us a call and we can book you in for our next available appointment.


Every pet has different needs when it comes to their vaccinations. There are several core vaccinations we recommend for dogs and cats. The veterinarian will help you come up with a tailored vaccination plan that best fits your pet.

Do you have a new puppy or kitten? We would love to see them and get all the snuggles! We also want to help you make sure they are fully vaccinated and protected. This is usually done over 2-3 appointments, depending on their age and previous vaccination history. During these appointments we can also provide an estimate for getting your pet spayed or neutered when the time comes.

Parasite Control

Regular deworming (internal) and external parasite control is an important part of your pet’s care. The most common external parasites that you might see on your pet include ticks, lice and fleas. These parasites can transmit infections and diseases like Lyme disease to your pet through a bite. Internal parasites can also cause severe illnesses in pets but we often don’t think of them as much because they’re not as obvious as external parasites. If a pet is infected they will pass microscopic eggs and the healthy adult worm will live happily inside your pet without you knowing. Many of these parasites are also zoonotic, meaning that they can be passed to you from your pet. Routine deworming is essential to help you and your pet stay healthy. Depending on the lifestyle of you and your family, we can create a customized prevention program for your pet. +

Nutrition & Weight Management

Pet food can be so confusing, so we keep it simple for you. We give you options tailored to your pet and their lifestyle. We know that feeding your pet is one of the most enjoyable parts of your day and one of the most important choices you make that helps extend their lives. During your appointment, our team can discuss what you are currently feeding your pet and what your goals are for your pet’s weight. We can then make recommendations of foods and feeding habits that would best suit your pet. 

We also have an online pet food store that offers delivery direct to your house if you choose. It also has recurring food order options to help you never run out of food for your pets. 

Senior Pet Health

All pets age and we want to help them age gracefully and comfortably. It can be difficult to know what changes are associated with age and what changes are associated with illness. Our expert advice can help you navigate this life stage and make it some of the most enjoyable years you have with your pet.

Older pets are at a higher risk of developing age-related illnesses. Due to this, we recommend bringing your senior pet in for a wellness exam twice a year. We also highly recommend annual bloodwork so we can track any changes from year to year and detect any changes early on.

Microchipping & Identification

Any pet can go missing and we want to be able to return them back to you as quickly as possible. It is quick and simple to place a microchip and you will be happy to have it if they ever go missing. These can be placed while awake but if your pet is coming in for a procedure like a spay or neuter, it is easier on your pet to place it during their anesthetic sleep. 

A microchip is a rice sized implantable barcode to identify your pet. It is injected under the skin on the back of the neck. It is very small, does not cause pain once it is placed, and is a permanent identification for your pet. It is linked to your address and information. We register it on your behalf after the implantation but if you were to move then you would need to update your address or contact information.

Pet Insurance Advice

Nobody wants to ever make a financial decision about a family member. Emergency veterinary care can be expensive and unexpected, and insurance can help with the financial burden. Pet insurance can help you provide the best care possible for your pet without breaking the bank. There are many options out there for pet insurance and it can be overwhelming to choose one. We want to help you decide on coverage that is right for you and your pet.  +

Pain Management

Pets feel pain in the same way that people do. Our veterinary team recognizes that and advocate for the fact that alleviating pain is critical in maintaining your pet’s quality of life. For this reason, we make sure to include pain-management protocols as a part of all procedures like surgeries. If your pet is experiencing chronic pain, our veterinarians can help tailor a pain management plan specific to your pet’s individual needs and any medical issues they may have.  +


We have an in-house pharmacy stocked with a variety of medications for your convenience. This allows us to give you the medication recommended for your pet at the time of your exam in most cases. We keep our most commonly prescribed medications in stock, however we do not carry every medication. If your pet needs a medication that we do not typically carry, we can order it in for you and give you a call when it arrives. 

Please give us 72 hours notice to get medication refills ready. To prescribe medications to your pet, one of our veterinarians needs to have examined your pet at their yearly exam. If you need more medication for your pet and they are overdue for their annual exam, please give us a call and we can book you in for our next available appointment.

Please note that once medications leave our facility they are not returnable or refundable.