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Education helps us decide what steps we must take to ensure our well being. Why not do the same for our pets' and help them live longer healthier lives.
If your pet is in need of any services listed below, feel free to contact us via phone at (904)262-2953 and our staff will be sure to reply promptly with knowledgeable answers..
Dr. Pamela Kaiser is also a proud member of the American Association of Feline Practitioners.
Give your pet a pain-free parting gift.
We focus on preventive veterinary care to promote and improve overall pet health. Routine check-ups allow us to diagnose, treat and protect your pet from contracting serious, costly and sometimes fatal diseases. Offering a holistic approach to pet health, we partner with our clients to make sure their pets receive proper preventive care.
Diagnosis & Treatment Services
Proper diagnoses is essential when it comes to treating your pet. Dr. Kaiser's expertise in diagnosing and treatment will help put your mind to ease and provide your pet with comfort and treatments suitable for their particular illness or condition. We are able to perform labs if necessary, we have a full service pharmacy, and we can even assistance with giving medications.
Your pet needs a full oral health visit twice a year which includes pet teeth cleaning. Just like humans, regular dental care for pets is a crucial part of their health care regimen. During the dental visit, we will check your animal's teeth for plaque and calcium build-up which leads to gum infections and other serious health issues.
From spay and neuter services, to more complex veterinary surgical procedures, Dr. Kaiser always operates with safety in mind. In fact, we use many of the same safety measures as human hospitals. Performing most of the pre‐surgery blood work at our in-house lab, we are able to make sure your pet is healthy enough for the procedure.
Hospice & Senior Pet Care
At our animal hospital, we recommend bringing your pet in for his or her routine wellcare check-ups twice per year. Because pets age five to seven times faster than humans do, pet geriatric care is necessary on a much more frequent schedule than normal human health care.
Vaccines protect our pets from disease and infection. It is important to keep your pets vaccines up to date to ensure full protection and healthy living. Dr. Kaiser will discuss the importance of vaccines and help you decide which ones are needed to make sure your pet is not at risk and full protected.
We care a large variety of Royal Canin and Hills Prescription Diets for those pets who are one special food. If you have questions or concerns about your pet's weight, skin or interested in learning about healthy diets for your pets, Dr. Kaiser can recommend the best diet for your pet's needs.
Millions of lost or abandoned animals are relinquished each year by animal welfare organizations in the United States. Due to a lack of identification, only a very small percentage of those animals are reunited with their loving families. Microchipping and registration offer the only true permanent method of identifying your pet. Collars and tags can be removed, and a tattoo can become illegible as your pet ages. If you want to reduce your beloved pets chances of being needlessly euthanized and instead improve his or her chances of being returned to you in a lost pet emergency, microchipping and registration are the best solution. For more questions about microchipping, please do not hesitate to call us at (904)262-2953.