Tonometry is the measurement of pressure within the eye (called intraocular pressure) to determine if glaucoma is present in dogs. Intraocular pressure (IOP) is the pressure exerted against the outer layers by the eyeball. Tonometry is performed using an instrument called the tonometer
As dogs and cats get older, they need more attention and special care. Our senior wellness program can help your pet remain fit and healthy as he or she ages and help us catch any potential problems earlier when they’re easier to treat or manage. Regular veterinary exams can actually help your pet live longer, too!
Cancer is a scary, and sometime an incurable, disease. It is extremely important that you detect it early and that means consistent checkups at the doctor. We have different treatments that, along with regulation from the owner, can help detect anything cancerous early on.
We monitor your companion during all surgical procedures. For some procedures, your pet will need to be administered general anesthesia so that he or she will be unconscious and not feel pain. Our veterinary technicians are here to ensure that all procedures go as smoothly and safely as possible.
The goal of bereavement counseling is to help you honor the loving memory of your beloved pet by successfully working with you through your feelings of pain and grief. Whether you are facing an imminent death due to your pet’s illness or have experienced the loss already, we will provide compassionate care and practical steps towards healing.
“The IAAHPC promotes comfort care that addresses the physical, psychological, and social needs of animals with chronic and/or life-limiting diseases. We promote physical, emotional, and spiritual support for caregivers. We also educate professionals and advance research in the field of animal hospice and palliative care”.