At Sugar Creek Animal Hospital, we acknowledge the significance of preventing diseases in your pet. Our suggestions may range from a diet change to personalized physical therapy. Our veterinarian advises that you have yearly blood tests to help uncover diseases as soon as feasible. For senior pets, we suggest that you bring them to our veterinary hospital bi-annually to deal with any difficulties that could develop as they get older.
Dental welfare is especially crucial in pets. Tartar, gingivitis, and tooth decay are complications that take place over time in numerous pets. Dental disease is a common source of disease for your pet's heart, kidney, and other critical organs. It may also cause pain. Our veterinary hospital has cutting-edge gear, with digital dental X-rays. We are well-informed in the most recent dental practices. We make every effort to inform you of the meaning of dental care so that your pet can stay joyful and strong.
Ear disease or "otitis" is one of the most prevalent diseases we treat at Sugar Creek Animal Hospital. Core allergies commonly activate this disease. It frequently results in shaking and scraping of the ears or face. At Sugar Creek Animal Hospital, our intention is to treat your pet's ears so that we can solve the existing infection and avoid potential contagious illnesses.
Heartworm and flea protection have come to be more effective and simpler to use in modern years. We understand that each pet has unique needs, which is why we will build a procedure to make certain that we keep away from heartworms and fleas. We get all products right from the manufacturer, and we have warranties on all of them.
Numerous online pharmacies do not buy their products right from the manufacturer, and some of the products purchased are from abroad. Our prices are generally lower than internet pharmacies because we are giving rebates or get-one-free packages. Your pet's health and welfare are of our paramount significance.
Spaying or neutering is vital to regulate the pet overall population and lessen unnecessary actions. We try to make the spaying or neutering process straightforward and discomfort-free. Our veterinarian takes numerous careful steps, including putting an IV catheter to provide fluids before, throughout, and after anesthesia. This plays a significant part in generating relief after surgery and halting kidney disease in the future.
Our team wears sterilized gowns and gloves for this practice and applies sterilized tools and sutures. We have a devoted surgery room that is outfitted completely for this purpose. Your pet's blood pressure, oxygen, temperature, heart rate, and rhythm will be evaluated throughout. We also concentrate on pain management by proposing three pain medications during surgery. All sutures we use are under the skin and melt down.
Vaccines are an important part of defending your pet's well-being. We have finished extensive research to establish the safest and most effective vaccines for your pet.
X-rays are an added tool we use at Sugar Creek Animal Hospital to identify a range of health problems, involving shattered bones and cancer. It is a substantial part of recognizing many diseases. Our veterinarian and team have committed to countless hours training with radiologists to become skilled in imaging your pet.
Ultrasound, aka a sonogram, is an device used to isolate various diseases and ailments. Our veterinarian and team have spent abundant hours training with radiologists to become informed in imaging your pet.
There are a range of numerous illnesses and diseases that can be seen through blood work. Kidney disease, diabetes, liver disease, and infections are a few difficulties we may detect with our gear.
The Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA) is here to help reduce the breeding of dogs with orthopedic genetic complications. Our veterinarian can take the essential X-rays on-site and send them off to radiologists for extra evaluation. It is very significant to assess this with our team ahead of breeding your pet.
At Sugar Creek Animal Hospital, we have an extensive surgery suite with groundbreaking equipment required to carry out nearly all surgeries. Our veterinarian is experienced in soft tissue operations. These include spay and neuter, enterotomy, gastrotomy, cystotomy, splenectomy, gastropexy, tumor elimination, and beyond.
Here at Sugar Creek we know having a pet doesn’t just mean cats and dogs which is why we’re happy to be able to offer care to what some consider as nontraditional pets or exotics. We’re happy to be able to provide care to a variety of small mammals available as pets such as rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, gerbils, chinchillas, & ferrets. In addition we’re also happy to be able to offer care for snakes, lizards and other reptiles, as long as they are a non-venomous species. We recommend annual wellness exams for all exotic pets just as you would for you feline and canine pets. During these visits we’re able to discuss nutrition, husbandry, overall care and any changes in feeding habits & activity levels.