Physical Exams

Should your animal experience lameness, we will complete a physical examination to identify the source. A physical examination includes palpation, flexion tests, and joint or nerve blocks. Depending on the situation, radiographs, ultrasound, or laboratory testing may also be necessary. +

Dental Exams

Routine dental care is essential to your animal’s health. Regular examinations and floating are necessary to ensure your animal's teeth wear evenly and avoid any potentially painful problems. Sedation can be given to make it safer and more comfortable to perform dental procedures. +

Deworming Protocols

Depending on the animal being seen your veterinarian will complete an exam along with a fecal examination. We will help you determine what deworming protocol is best for your animal or herd to prevent any problems occurring from parasites. +

Nutritional Consultation

We stress the importance of the connection between nutrition management and optimum health for your animal. We offer nutritional counseling to evaluate your animal or herd’s dietary needs and make suggestions for improvements. We also evaluate and help manage individual dietary restrictions and needs. +

In-House Lab Work

Our in-house lab allows our clients to have accurate results without the wait during their routine and emergency visits. Our services include blood panels (CBC/Chemistry), thyroid levels, lyme, ulcer fecal-blood test, quantitative fecal, uterine culture and cytology, IgG, and semen processing, evaluation, and freezing. +