Care for Sick and Injured Pets
At Health & Wellness Animal Hospital, we focus on keeping your pet happy and healthy. Unfortunately, some pets occasionally experience illnesses or injuries that require a veterinarian's care and attention.
Health & Wellness Animal Hospital offers high-quality diagnostic and medical treatments for sick and injured pets. We provide a safe and comfortable atmosphere to diagnose and treat your pet.
A successful recuperation is our goal and our experienced and caring team of veterinarians is supported by our:
The benefits of an in-house laboratory include the ability to receive immediate test results to quickly determine your pet's health care needs. Our laboratory features diagnostic testing for the following:
- Bloodwork: CBC, Chemistry, Thyroid, FeLV/FIV testing
- Urine evaluation (urinalysis)
- Cytology of skin & ear samples
- Skin parasite testing (mange)
- Fine needle aspirate testing of skin tumors with in-house evaluation
- Fecal testing for intestinal parasites
- Heartworm, Lyme, Ehrlichia, Anaplasma testing
- Parvovirus test
We use Idexx Laboratories to provide us with fast and accurate results for more complicated tests that cannot be performed in our hospital, such as:
- Distemper and Parvo titer testing (used to check vaccine blood levels to determine the need for vaccines for dogs)
- Calicivirus, Herpesvirus, and Panleukopenia virus titer testing (used to check vaccine blood levels to determine the need for vaccines for cats)
- Cancer testing
- Feline heartworm testing
- Skin and Food allergy testing
If your pet is experiencing an illness including, but not limited to, vomiting, diarrhea, skin rash, loss of appetite or lower energy level, our team and facility are here to diagnose and treat your pet. We are also equipped to help your pet recover if it has sustained an injury such as a bite wound, lameness or trauma from an accident (including if your pet is hit by a car).
We see emergencies during our normal hospital hours. If you have an after-hours emergency, we will refer your pet to the appropriate critical care or specialty hospital.