A Cut Above
Spay & Neuter: Protects your pet from certain infections and can help to prevent the development of certain behaviors such as roaming, marking, etc.
Soft Tissue & Orthopedics: If your pet requires specialty surgery, your veterinary team can recommend a referral practice that is equipped to offer these procedures. We hope to be able to offer in house specialty surgery in conjunction with a board certified veterinary surgeon in the late Spring of 2021.
Lumps & Bumps: If you have found a new mass on your pet, please call our office to make an appointment. In some cases, your veterinarian may be able to take a fine needle aspirate to get more information about the mass. Your veterinarian may recommend that a new mass is removed and sent to the laboratory to get a histopathological diagnosis. This is important to determine the diagnosis of the mass and the most appropriate recommendations for your pet.