Our Services

We’ll be there to care for your pet for all stages of their life. Please scroll down to learn more about the methods and treatments we use to care for your pet.

We work hard to keep your pet healthy and happy.

Internal Medicine

We recommend a complete physical exam for your pet on a yearly basis. Lots of changes can occur from year to year, especially as your pet gets older. Preventive health care recommendations are made based on examination findings and your pet’s individual needs and situation, which you help us to determine. This may include blood, urine, or fecal tests, vaccinations, dietary or exercise advice, and lifestyle changes.

Surgery

Our veterinarians have trained in state-of-the-art surgical techniques should your pet require a surgical procedure. We offer a full range of soft tissue and bone surgeries, from routine spays and neuters to more advanced procedures. We also maintain an extensive referral service for procedures requiring specialized training or equipment.

At times, for your pet’s health and safety, pets need to be sedated or placed under general anesthesia. We take the utmost care while your pet is under anesthesia for any elective or nonelective surgical procedure. Pet’s heart rate, heart rhythm (ECG), breathing rate, oxygen levels in the blood, blood pressure, and the temperature are monitored at all times during the procedure. Pets are closely observed while they safely recover from anesthesia.

Radiology

Our modern DIgital X-Ray equipment ensures your pet has minimal exposure to radiation while producing quick and clear results.

Dentistry

We believe that proper dental care plays an important part in your best friend’s well being. We perform dental procedures using state-of-the-art equipment and technology to ensure your pet receives the best available care. Our dental care program includes a thorough examination of the teeth and supporting tissues, ultrasonic scaling with waterpick flushing, polishing, oral surgery, and extractions as necessary.

Microchip

Every day, a beloved family pet is lost. Tragically, most never make it back home because their owners didn’t identify them. Microchipping is a professional way to identify your pet and is proven safe and effective. A tiny microchip that contains a personal identification number distinguishes your pet as a special member of your family. The microchip is so tiny that it fits through a hypodermic needle. Just like a vaccination, it is injected under the skin of your pet, where it remains safely for life. This inexpensive procedure can be done anytime and protects virtually any pet in your household.

Nutritional Counseling

Is your pet losing the battle of the bulge? Whether your pet is fighting a weight problem or requires a special diet in conjunction with health care management and treatment, our staff will counsel you on the many nutritional options that are available to pet owners including prescription diet products.

Parasite Prevention
Fleas and ticks can cause a host of problems for your dog, from flea allergy dermatitis (FAD) to Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever. In large enough numbers, both ticks and fleas can cause dangerous amounts of blood loss, especially in young animals. An effective flea and tick prevention program is essential to your dog’s health.

Preventing fleas and ticks from infesting your pet is much easier and less expensive than treating an existing tick or flea problem. As veterinarians, we have seen the devastating effects of Lyme disease on a beloved pet and witnessed the struggle of a house overrun with fleas.

Pricing
Exams: $39

Same-Day Emergency: $89

What our clients are saying:

"Absolutely first class care at an affordable price. Our little toy poodle, Yogi went in to have his teeth cleaned. We were told, correctly, that he also needed a tooth pulled. The tooth was badly infected and he bled a lot. The nurse hand-held him and treated him until he pulled through. The price was about 1/2 what was estimated it would be at a Walnut Creek vet for the same service. Later Yogi needed a cancer removed from his anal gland. Again the removal and post-op care was first class, and again the price was probably less than 1/2 the Walnut Creek vet. How expensive is the Walnut Creek vet? Our son took his cat there in the evening and the overnight bill was $6000+. Go to Grantline, they are better and much cheaper."

– Lance S.

"I took my first pup here for all her vaccines and to be spayed. Absolutely love the staff. Very affordable. A few months later she got into my purse and ate 120 strong Xanax while i was out of the Room and we rushed her there as soon as we realized. They told me she might not make it thru the night but they did everything they could and 2 years later, i still have my little girl thanks to these guys. We love them!"

– Laurie B.