Here at Rose Animal Hospital, we make sure your pets are getting the most attentive care possible to ensure they live a long and happy life. Below you will find our list of services that we are happy to provide you and your pets.
Wellness & Preventative Care
Preventative care is essential to keeping your pets happy and healthy. Your pet's wellness exam should be done at least once a year, kind of like our own yearly physical. During this exam, doctors will read your pet's temperature, examine their eyes, teeth, gums, skin and coat, listen to their heart and lungs, we can also run annual wellness bloodwork for your pet and assess their joint health. During this visit your doctor will also go over any questions you may have about your pet's behavior, diet and lifestyle, and will be able to recommend any heartworm and flea/tick preventatives.
We offer all vaccines to help maintain your pet's health. Below you will find all core and optional vaccines for your pets based on their lifestyle:
- Core Vaccines for Dogs: Rabies, DHPP (Distemper-Parvo), Bordetella (Kennel Cough), Heartworm Test, Fecal Exam (tests for intestinal parasites).
- Optional Vaccines for Dogs: Leptospirosis (hiking, bodies of water), Lyme (ticks) and Canine Influenza (boarding/daycare).
- Core Vaccines for Cats: Rabies, FVRCP, Fecal or Profender.
- Optional Vaccines/Tests: Both of these are great for outdoor cats: FELV (Feline Leukemia) and Feline Triple SNAP.
Soft Tissue Surgery
We offer spay and neuter surgeries as well as other soft tissue surgeries. Spaying and neutering your pets is recommended to help them live a long, happy life and prevent certain infections and cancers later in their life. This also reduces potential overpopulation. Pets are placed under general anesthesia for these procedures, are monitered closely by our doctors and technicians throughout the entire process and given extra TLC while recovering.
Dental care is an important part of your pet's overall health. Getting routine dental procedures done for your pet can help reduce the chance of oral disease and infections that can eventually lead to tooth loss and negatively affect other systems in their body. Pets are placed under general anesthesia for this procedure, are monitered closely by our doctors and technicians and given extra TLC while recovering.
Radiology & Ultrasound
We offer internal imaging such as radiology (X-Rays) and Ultrasound that help us see what may be happening on the inside of your pet. This helps us get a better view of any potential broken/fractured bones, ingested objects and obstructions or pregnancies.
Through lab diagnostics we are able to see on a micoscopic level any organisms that can cause bacterial and viral infections in your pets. Some of these include: Urinalysis, Complete Blood Count (CBC) Bloodwork, fecal analysis, skin scrapes, parasite screens, ear cytology and more.