Physical Examinations / Consultations
Full physical assessment is performed, addressing body condition, neurological status, cardiovascular health, gastrointestinal health, ears, eyes, skin, teeth, and any other concern you may have.
For new puppies and kittens we recommend 3 monthly vaccinations at 8, 12, and 16 weeks of age, as well as deworming. As needed from 1 year of age on we advise they come in once a year for annual checkup and vaccines. Rabies vaccinations are given every 3 years.
We set up a safe and effective preventative protocol for your pet for fleas, ticks, heartworm, and intestinal parasites.
Brealey Drive Animal Clinic offers a variety of surgical procedures . Surgery is available for most body systems, and when appropriate, we arrange access to specialists.
- Pre-surgical assessment included
- IV catheter placement
- 24 hour pain management, and if needed, additional pain management for home recovery can be dispensed
- Monitoring by veterinarian and veterinary technician, including ECG, heart rate, pulse, respiration rate, blood oxygen levels, etc.
- Quiet comfortable recovery with frequent monitoring
- Dissolvable sutures
Optional: Pre-Anesthetic Blood work – Assesses liver and kidney functions, electrolyte levels, and complete blood cell count.
Our focus is to provide the absolute best possible care for your pet while in our clinic.
Dental disease is among the most common medical conditions affecting cats and dogs today. If left untreated, dental disease, also called periodontal disease, can contribute to the damage of vital organs, including the heart, liver and kidneys. This can be prevented with routine dental veterinary services, as well as instructions in proper oral health hygiene at home.
Our staff is happy to discuss preventative care to ensure your pet has a happy healthy mouth.
In veterinary medicine, conditions arise that simply cannot be seen or detected on an external assessment. This is why diagnostics are so important. These tools allow us to see beneath the surface to identify, diagnose and treat a number of medical conditions. Veterinary diagnostics include laboratory assessments, as well as more complex diagnostics, such as x-rays, to aid in determining the source your pet’s discomfort.