At Paris Mountain Animal Hospital, we understand how crucial it is to keep your pet healthy. We could suggest altering your diet or receiving specialized physical treatment. According to our veterinarian, you should get yearly blood tests to aid in the early detection of ailments. We advise that you bring senior pets to our veterinary facility twice a year to address any issues that could arise as they age.
In particular, a pet's dental health is crucial. Over time, many pets develop problems with tartar, gingivitis, and tooth rot. Your pet's heart, kidneys, and other essential organs are frequently affected by dental disease. Uncomfortable effects are another possibility. Modern tools, including digital dental X-rays, are available at our veterinary facility. We are well-versed in the most recent dental techniques. For your pet to remain healthy and happy, we make every effort to inform you about the importance of dental care.
One of the most prevalent conditions we treat at Paris Mountain Animal Hospital is ear illness, sometimes known as "otitis." Core allergies frequently cause this condition. It typically causes trembling and cheek or ear rubbing. Our goal at Paris Mountain Animal Hospital is to treat your pet's ears so that we can eliminate the current infection and prevent future infections.
In recent years, heartworm and flea protection has improved and become easier to apply. We will develop a routine to make sure that we keep heartworms and fleas away from your pet because we are aware that every pet has specific demands. All of our goods come with warranties and are purchased straight from manufacturers.
Several internet pharmacies don't get their items straight from the producer; some products are imported. Because we provide discounts or buy one, get one free package, our prices are typically lower than those of online pharmacies. Our top priority is the health and welfare of your pet.
Spaying or neutering is required to control the pet population and lessen needless behavior. The spaying or neutering procedure is intended to be quick and painless. In addition to other protective measures, our veterinarian inserts an IV catheter to deliver fluids before, during, and after anesthesia. This is essential for providing comfort following surgery and preventing renal damage in the future.
Our staff employs sterile sutures, sterile instruments, and sanitized gowns and gloves for this procedure. Your pet's temperature, heart rate, oxygen saturation, blood pressure, and rhythm will be monitored throughout. We also put a lot of emphasis on managing pain during surgery by using three different analgesics. All of the sutures we employ dissolve behind the skin.
Vaccinations are an essential component of maintaining your pet's health. We have conducted significant studies to identify your pet's most useful and safest immunizations.
At Paris Mountain Animal Hospital, we also utilize X-rays to look for other health issues, such as cancer and broken bones. It plays a big role in figuring out a lot of ailments. To develop their imaging abilities for your pet, our veterinarian and staff have invested many hours in training with radiologists.
A sonogram, often known as an ultrasound, is a technique used to identify numerous illnesses and disorders. To be capable of imaging your pet, our veterinarian and colleagues have spent many hours receiving training from radiologists.
The results of blood tests can be used to diagnose a wide range of conditions and disorders. We may notice issues with our equipment due to infections, diabetes, liver illness, kidney disease, and other conditions.
To prevent the breeding of dogs with orthopedic genetic complexity, the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA) was established. Our veterinarian can take the necessary X-rays on-site and transmit them to radiologists for additional evaluation. Before reproducing your pet, you must talk to our staff about it.
The vast surgery suite at Paris Mountain Animal Hospital has the cutting-edge technology required to perform most operations. Our vet is skilled at performing soft tissue operations. Spaying and neutering, enterotomy, gastrotomy, cystotomy, splenectomy, gastropexy, tumor removal, and other procedures are among them.