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Examination or Physical Exam

The physical examination of your pet is, without a doubt, the most important part of any visit to your veterinarian. A physical exam should be done annually, at a minimum, on healthy young and middle aged pets and more frequently on geriatric or pets with chronic conditions. Even in what appear to be completely healthy pets, veterinarians have the experience and ability to recognize subtle abnormalities that, if left alone, can sometimes become more serious without recognition and treatment. Most veterinary hospitals send out reminder cards, texts, or emails when your pet’s annual examination is due. The bottom line is: get them in! Their worth it, and their health depends on it.

QCAH Services

Cat Vaccines
Dog Vaccines
Rabies Vaccines

Meniscal Injuries: CCL (ACL)
Quality of Life & Hospice Care
Euthanasia and Cremation Services
Pain Management
Travel Certificates (International and US)
Emergency Care
Senior Wellness
Puppy and Kitten Wellness
Behavioral Consultations and Management
Oral, Ocular and Aural Care
Second Opinions
Diagnosis and Treatment of Common Ailments: Diabetes, Kidney Disease, Arthritis, etc...

Anesthesia and patient monitoring
Spay (Ovariohysterectomy)
Orthopedic Surgery (including bone fractures)
Cruciate Ligament Surgery (ACL or CCL) using patented Arthrex Swivel-Lock Technology
Soft Tissue Surgery
Dentistry (Dental Work)
Cesarean Section (C-Section)
Oncological Surgery (Cancer Surgery)

Other Services
Radiology, or in short x-rays, are
Blood work/lab work
Euthanasia and Cremation Services
Anal Glands
Nail Trims
Special Diet
Flea and Tick

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