Our general medicine veterinarians are highly skilled and trained to take special care of your pet from birth through their senior years. We perform all levels of service such as preventive medicine, diagnosis of disease, medical treatments and emergencies.
Your general medicine veterinarian will work as a team with you and our board certified specialists to provide initial and follow up care 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Some of the more common problems our generalists see include…
It is best to have a yearly check up for your cat. The gradual onset of health problems in an apparently healthy pet often goes unnoticed. Once symptoms appear, the condition may be too difficult or costly to diagnose and treat.
As your cat gets older they will need more attention…you really cannot afford to miss your cat’s yearly exam. Immunizing your pet against disease is one of the best tools of preventive medicine. Cats should be immunized against feline panleukopenia, rabies, herpes virus, and calicivirus. Other vaccines may be appropriate based on where you live and on your pet’s age and lifestyle. The Veterinarian on site will be asking a lot of questions regarding your cat when you come in for a visit.