We offer a comprehensive range of veterinary services to ensure the health and well-being of your pet, some of which are listed on this website. Please contact us regarding any services you do not see listed.
Examinations and Preventative Care
Sometimes further testing is necessary to ensure that your pet is staying healthy and/or to discover any illnesses your pet may have.
We offer a wide range of Surgical Procedures
Spay: Spaying (ovariohysterectomy) of female animals is the surgical removal of the reproductive organs. It is a routine procedure performed while under anesthesia.
Neuter: Neutering (castration) of male animals is the surgical removal of the testicles. It is a routine veterinary procedure performed while under anesthesia.
Mass Removal: A mass removal is the surgical removal of a growth or lump on the body. Some lumps are cancerous and some are not. In many cases, surgical removal and biopsy is the only way to distinguish between the two. Cancerous lumps must be removed. Non-cancerous lumps may occasionally ulcerate and bleed, in which case they should also be removed.
Dentistry: A veterinary dental cleaning is very similar to a deep cleaning that you may receive from your dentist. However, during the procedure we anesthetize the patient. Using the same equipment as your dentist, we will scale the tartar, polish, take digital dental x-rays and do a thorough oral exam. We will then be best able to treat any painful or diseased teeth to provide the best quality of life for your pet.
Soft Tissue: A variety of soft tissue surgeries are available.
Acupuncture, in its simplest sense, is the treatment of
conditions or symptoms by the insertion of very fine needles into specific
points on the body in order to produce a response. Acupuncture stimulates healing of some
conditions, and provides effective pain relief in others. If properly applied,
it may eliminate the need for surgery in certain conditions. Following surgery,
it can improve the patients' comfort level and speed up the post-operative
recovery period. In some cases, it may reduce or eliminate the need for chronic
Darlene Berkovitz completed her training in acupuncture and Traditional
Chinese Veterinary Medicine at the Chi Institute. She complements
conventional Western Medicine
with traditional veterinary acupuncture to offer your pet the best
plan. Acupuncture is very safe and there
are no negative side effects when administered by a trained
professional. Please call us as the clinic at
(608) 222-8387 to discuss if acupuncture can benefit your furry friend.
We offer a wide range of Health Care Services
- Cardiac Consultation and Care, including EKG and Blood Pressure Monitoring
- Internal Medicine
- Senior Care
- Preventative Medicine
- Dermatology and Allergy Testing
- Nutritional Counseling
- Fecal Testing
- Ear Disease Prevention and Care
- Microscopy and Cytology
- Blood Testing
- In House Pharmacy
- Urgent Care and ER
- Behavioral Counseling
- Puppy and Kitten Wellness Services