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Prevention

ProHeart 6

ProHeart 6

Is ProHeart 6 right for my dog? Only your veterinarian can determine if your dog is a good candidate for ProHeart® 6 (moxidectin). Generally, ProHeart 6 is for healthy dogs 6 months and up. There are many medications out there that treat and prevent various parasites...

Revolution

Revolution

Is Revolution Right for Your Dog? Parasites are an annoying fact of life for our dogs.  Parasites can cause a range of problems, from bothersome scratching to more serious medical issues, such as infections and dangerous or even deadly diseases.  How dangerous these...

Nexgard

Nexgard

About Nexgard Nexgard comes to us from the makers of Frontline Plus.  Nexgard is administered orally setting it apart from other flea and tick preventatives. Nexgard kills adult fleas before they lay eggs and prevents ticks. Nexgard is FDA approved and safe to use in...

Heartgard

Heartgard

Heartworms can infect your pet without you even knowing it.  The best way to protect your dog is to prevent heartworm disease – the risk, expense, and emotional toll of treatment are significant. HEARTGARD Plus helps prevent canine heartworm disease, and treats and...

Senior Exam

Our doctors recommend a wellness visit every 6 months for your senior pet. During your pet’s examination the doctor performs a head to tail exam looking at your pet’s eyes, mouth and listening to their heart and lungs.

Bloodwork

Your senior pet may look healthy on the outside but having your pet’s blood work performed on a regular basis helps the doctors detect and protect your pet from common diseases.  The blood work includes a CBC, Chemistry, Urinalysis, Fecal and Accuplex.

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Vaccines

Distemper

Distemper

What is a "DHPP" or "Distemper" vaccine? The distemper vaccine protects against 4 viruses: Distemper Hepatitis Parvovirus Parainfluenza   What is Distemper? There is a common misconception that the distemper vaccine improves your pet's temperament.  In reality, canine...

Rabies

Rabies

What is Rabies? Rabies is an acute viral infection that can affect all warm-blooded animals - including dogs and cats.  The disease is almost always caused by the bite of an infected animal that has rabies virus in its saliva.  Younger animals are usually more...

Leptospirosis

Leptospirosis

What is Leptospirosis? Leptospirosis is a bacterial disease that can be found in most animals, including livestock (cattle, pigs and sheep) and wildlife (deer, raccoons, opossums, skunks, rats and other rodents).  The bacteria are passed via the urine into water...

Lyme Disease

Lyme Disease

  1 in 8 dogs tested positive for Lyme disease in Pennsylvania.  Did you know that dogs are 50% more likely to contract lyme disease than humans? Dogs have been diagnosed with lyme disease in the 48 contiguous states. We have a responsibility as pet parents to provide...

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