Preventive care is the foundation of our services. Keeping our family pets healthy and preventing illness allows for us to have a longer, happier relationship with our pets. Our preventive care strategies include complete physical exams, personalized vaccination protocols, wellness screenings, such as blood work, heartworm and tick testing and intestinal parasites exams, and individualized parasites prevention strategies.


If your pet should become sick, we are here to help you get your furry friend back to health. After determining what is ailing your pet, we will develop a treatment plan that best fits your pets need. Should your pet require hospitalization, we strive to make your pet's stay as comfortable and stress-free as possible, so that they may recover as quickly as possible.


We are able to handle minor emergencies and will stabilize severe trauma patients. If required, severely traumatized patients may be referred to a specialty animal emergency center for advanced care. Usually an emergency team consists of at least one veterinarian and several technicians working together to save a pet's life. Emergencies can be things such as a snail bait poisoning, hit by car, and chocolate ingestion. If you ever feel that your pet needs emergency treatment, do not hesitate to call or come in immediately. If possible, it is best to call before coming in so that a team member can advise you on your particular emergency.


Surgeries may be planned procedures, such as a sterilization procedure or mass removal, or may be an emergency, such as an intestinal blockage. Regardless of your pet's need for surgery, we strive to make the procedure as safe and painless as possible. All patients undergoing surgery receive a pre-surgical exam, preemptive pain medications, IV catheter and fluids, and monitoring with ECG, blood pressure, temperature, and blood oxygen level and are attended by a technician throughout the entire procedure.


Dental care is one of the most overlooked and under-estimated preventive care procedures in veterinary medicine. Dental disease can lead to chronic pain, difficulty eating, and other internal illnesses, such as heart, liver, and kidney disease. Regular dental cleaning can greatly improve a pet's quality of life. Many people are afraid to have their pet's teeth cleaned, due to the need for anesthesia, but here at Advanced Care Veterinary Hospital, we take great care to make sure that the anesthesia is as safe as possible. Each pet is an individual and has unique needs. To ensure that the pet is receiving the greatest care, each pet undergoing a dental cleaning has bloodwork, IV catheter and fluids, individualized anesthetic medications, monitoring with ECG, blood pressure, temperature, and blood oxygen levels, along with being monitored continuously throughout the procedure. Should we find that your pet requires more than a dental cleaning, we can provide extractions and periodontal gel treatments.


In order to provide the best care possible, we have invested in diagnostic equipment in our hospital. We have the ability to perform complete blood counts, chemistry panels, electrolyte panels, urinalysis, pancreatitis tests, heartworm and tick tests, intestinal parasite exams, and skin and ear diagnostic tests in our hospital, so that you can get the results as quickly as possible. This helps to address your pet's needs without a delay in care. Some advanced testing, such as thyroid testing, histopathology, cytology, and cultures are sent to an outside laboratory, so that the best results may be obtained.

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Sometimes imaging is required to provide information about the health of your pet. Radiographs (x-rays) are the most common imaging performed, and with out digital radiology system, we are able to take detailed, clear x-rays and get the images very quickly, decreasing stress on your pet. We also have the ability to email the x-rays for consultation with radiologists or surgeons, should the need arise. We also have the ability to perform ultrasound in our hospital. Ultrasound helps to provide additional imaging, such as looking for changes inside the liver, urinary bladder, or kidneys. X-rays and ultrasound both provide information and neither is better than the other, but used together, helps to provide the most accurate information regarding the health of your pet.


Canine rehabilitation is the use of physical therapy and regenerative medical techniques on dogs for the purpose of recovery and rehabilitation. Canine rehabilitation restores, maintains and promotes optimal function and mobility; enhances recovery postoperatively; alleviates pain; improves muscle strength and endurance; improves circulation, coordination and range of motion; provides comfort and confidence in geriatric patients.

Conditions and disease that benefit from treatment:

  • Ligament strains
  • Muscle strains
  • Fractures
  • Tendonitis
  • Dysplasia of elbows or hips
  • Patellar Luxation
  • Arthritis Post-Surgical repairs
  • Aging/senior dog mobility issues 
  • Core Strengthening
  • Weight loss
  • Neurological impairments
  • Fibrocartilagenous Embolism (FCE) a.k.a. “stroke”
  • Intervertebral disc disease (bulging discs)
  • Weakness and paralysis
  • Degenerative Myelopathy
  • Vestibular problems
  • Wobblers Syndrom


Laser therapy is a wonder treatment modality that helps to accelerate the body's natural healing process through photo-bio-modulation (light therapy). Laser therapy is effective in treating chronic conditions, acute conditions, and post-surgical pain and inflammation.

Clinical benefits:

  • Non-drug based pain relief
  • Effective for difficult conditions
  • Alternative to surgery, for certain conditions 
  • Helps accelerate healing times
  • Easy, comfortable, non-invasive treatment
  • Scientifically-proven


Chiropractic care focuses on abnormal movements of the spine and the effects these restrictions have on the nervous system and entire body. The goal of a chiropractic adjustment is to maximize joint mobility and optimize nervous system function to allow unrestricted exchange of information between the brain (central nervous system) and all the body's muscles, joints, and organs.

Common Uses of Chiropractic Care:

  • Spondylosis
  • Spinal Trauma
  • Cauda Equina Syndrome
  • Lick granuloma
  • Existing osteoarthritis such as hip dysplasia, elbow arthritis, etc
  • Sciatica neuralgia
  • Recurrent ear infections
  • Incontinence
  • Hypersensitivity and hyposensitivity
  • Undefined lameness
  • Sport dogs
  • Geriatric patients
  • Preventive treatment to maintain fitness and health


Acupuncture is the insertion of needles into specific points on the body to produce a healing response. Inserting needles will stimulate nerves which will increase blood circulation, relieve muscle spasm, and cause the release of hormones such as endorphins (one of the body's natural pain control chemicals) and cortisol (a natural steroid). These chemical mediators can change the perception of pain and lead to release of other chemical mediators that influence organ function. This improved "chemical communication" stimulates healing.

Common Uses of Acupuncture:

  • Musculoskeletal problems, such as arthritis, IVDD, traumatic nerve injury, lameness
  • Respiratory problems, such as feline asthma
  • Skin problems, such as allergic dermatitis and lick granulomas
  • Gastrointestinal problems
  • Reproductive disorders
  • Neurologic disorders, such as seizures, nerve paralysis, incontinence


At Advanced Care ​we understand the unique health needs of your beloved exotic pet and can provide diagnostic, therapeutic, and surgical services, as well as counseling on nutrition, behavior, and general care for new and experienced owners alike.

We treat a wide variety of animals including:

  • Birds of all kinds, large and small
  • Rabbits, rodents, ferrets
  • Hedgehogs, sugar gliders and other “small companion pets”
  • Small primates
  • Small exotic cats
  • Reptiles and Amphibian

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