Keeping up with routine wellness visits, vaccines, and parasite control are just a few ways to protect your pet from preventable, life-threatening conditions. This is especially important for pets because they can't tell us how they feel! Fortunately, our patients benefit from the advanced skills of a Board Certified Practitioner in Canine and Feline Practice on staff. This means that your pets will receive evidence-based medicine and thorough medical care to keep them healthy longer and spot potential issues earlier.
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South Putnam Animal Hospital is fully equipped with advanced medical technology to aid our doctors in the diagnosis of pets. Our medical team is highly trained to accurately and efficiently diagnose a wide-range of conditions. Having a Board Certified Practitioner in Canine and Feline Practice on staff means that our medical team stays current with new diagnostics and treatments available. This allows treatment to begin as quickly as possible so pets can regain comfort and health, and ensures that we're providing thorough veterinary examinations, a broad range of clinical skills, and next-level care.
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Veterinary Pet Surgery
Our veterinarians are highly experienced in many surgical services, ranging from routine to advanced procedures. We want to ensure your pet receives the best possible clinical outcome, which is why we occasionally refer cases to a local specialty hospital when advanced equipment or board-certified veterinary surgeons will benefit the patient.
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Pet Dental Services
Pets need dental care too! Oral disease is the most frequently diagnosed health concern for dogs and cats visiting veterinary hospitals today. Fortunately, many of the problems related to oral disease can be managed or even prevented with routine dental examinations, dental cleanings, and at-home care.
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We are proud to offer laser therapy as part of our comprehensive suite of technologies and modalities. There are many benefits to veterinary laser therapy, including decreased inflammation, muscle relaxation, and faster repair and healing of wounds. Whether your pet experiences chronic arthritis, has suffered an injury, or has just undergone surgery, our veterinarians will work with you and your pet to lay out an appropriate therapy plan.
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Puppy & Kitten Care
Bringing home a new puppy or kitten is such an exciting time for you and your family, and we're here to help answer any questions you may have as we get your pet started on the path to a long and healthy life. Our veterinary team is always eager to meet new pets, and will provide in-depth recommendations on the appropriate vaccines, testing, preventative medications, and ongoing care that your pet should receive. Your new pet is lucky to have you!
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Senior Pet Care
Your pet's been taking care of you for a long time, and it's important to return the favor! Just like humans, senior pets are susceptible to more complex diseases that can be treated best if they are caught as early as possible. Our regular examinations and preventative diagnostics for senior pets allow us to tailor treatments and recommendations to keep your pet happy, comfortable, and living their best life for longer.
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