Care & Comfort Veterinary Hospital offers treatment ranging from complete physical examinations to complex surgery in our state-of-the-art facility. We provide veterinary services for dog and cats, but also offer spay and neuter services for rabbits. Below are some of the services offered at our hospital.
Safe Anesthesia & Surgery
We use modern inhalant anesthetics to make anesthesia as safe as possible for your pet. Your pet will be observed by a registered veterinary technician using the latest in monitoring technology including pulse oximetry (measuring oxygen levels in the bloodstream), ECG, carbon dioxide levels, and blood pressure monitoring to ensure your pet’s safety under anesthesia. Your pet will also be warmed by a forced air warming blanket during the entire procedure, which helps them recover quickly. Our high-tech surgical suite provides the proper environment for the specialized and technical surgeries our veterinarians perform.
Competitive Cost Spay/Neuter
We offer comparatively low-cost spay and neuter services. Pet overpopulation is a serious problem, and this is our way to make it easier for pet parents to avoid unplanned breeding.
Medications & Prescription Diets
For your convenience, we maintain a variety of medications and prescription diets for your pets. This enables us to fill most prescriptions before you leave our hospital.
We have state-of-the-art in house Idexx laboratory equipment that allows us to run complete blood counts, chemistries, fecal testing, and many other tests on location at our hospital within hours. We also contract with Antech Diagnostics to send many of our blood and tissue samples for overnight results.
Digital Radiology and Ultrasound
Our digital x-ray and ultrasound machines allow us to see internal organs in great detail. We send these images to be reviewed by a board certified specialist. These tools are vital aids to help the doctors make an accurate diagnosis and the best treatment plan for your ill pet.
Pet ID and Microchipping
A microchip is a small device that can be easily inserted under your pet's skin. It is as quick and painless as a vaccine. The owner's information is registered with a national database, and if a lost pet is found, the owner can be contacted. Veterinary hospitals and animal shelters have scanners that read the microchip number and allow the owner to be contacted.