Do you have a pet that is stressed or anxious at the vet's office? Do you have multiple pets needing vaccinations and annual physical exams at the same time? Do you have an end of life situation and need assistance? We can help. We provide a comfortable in home veterinary care option for dogs and cats. Sunday and evening appointments are available for an additional charge. Vaccinations & Well Pet Care Comprehensive physical examinations Heartworm and intestinal parasite testing Feline leukemia/FIV testing for cats Vaccinations Wellness screening labwork Heartworm prevention Flea control Basic Sick Pet Care Complete physical examination Diagnostic labwork with results available usually within 24-36 hours Initial treatments for common conditions like gastrointestinal upset, pain, minor wounds, and ear/skin infections Chronic Disease and Pain Management Treatments and followup labwork/consultations for conditions like Cushing’s disease, diabetes, thyroid disease, cancer, renal failure and more Advice and treatment options for managing chronic pain due to arthritis, cancer, intervertebral disc disease, hip dysplasia, cruciate ligament damage, patellar luxation, and others Euthanasia When the time comes to say goodbye to one of your beloved pets, we can help by providing a calm, comfortable, and painless end of life transition at home. If you are not quite sure the time is right for such a decision, we are happy to offer guidance and support to help you make the best choice for your family. If individual cremation is desired, we highly recommend Paws, Whiskers and Wags, Dream Land Pet Memorial Center and Deceased Pet Care Funeral Home (offers burial as well as other options). We are willing to transport your pet to the crematory facility if needed (additional fee applies). Alternative Therapies VOM (Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation) This is a technology that identifies areas of the nervous system that are not properly communicating and reestablishes flow of signals, thus inducing healing. Most commonly it is utilized for spinal injuries and lameness (either from degenerative joint disease or acute injury). VOM has also been used successfully to address many other issues including esophageal disease, behavioral problems, urinary or fecal incontinence, gastrointestinal problems, and certain endocrine disorders. The technique involves the use of a small handheld device called a spinal accelerometer to identify and then correct small subluxations along the spine or associated with certain joints. VOM is well tolerated by most animals and often results in improved mobility and comfort even after the first treatment. Massage Touch is important for both human and animal bonding. Massage is a great way to interact with your pet and can be beneficial for recovery from injury or illness, for aid in chronic pain management, or just as a way to relieve stress and tension (for both you and your pet). Energy Balancing Based upon the eastern medicine principles of energy flow and total body function, this practice involves reestablishing proper flow of energy (or chi) through various points along the body. Energy balancing can be an adjunctive treatment for a variety of conditions including behavior problems, chronic diseases, cancer, and chronic pain.