About Companion Pet Clinic!
Available on site digital x-rays and ultrasound availability, invaluable diagnostic tools.
Alleviates pain, inflammation, swelling and stimulates nerve regeneration and cells involved in tissue repair.
A fully equipped on-site laboratory (fluid, blood, fecal, cytology) for quick and informative results.
Pet Rescue and Adoption
We are associated with various pet welfare groups that aid in the care and adoption of hundreds of pets.
An estimated 80% of all pets have oral disease. Regular dental cleanings can help minimize this.
Pet Pharmacy & Nutrition
We provide fully stocked in-house pharmacy and diets by Royal Canin and Hills Science diet.
Helping limit the transmission of disease, preventing illness and improving quality of life.
Routine spay, neuter and de-claws in addition to soft tissue and orthopedic surgery.
“Good news. Though a bit the “worse for wear” and still slightly traumatized-our Mandy has recovered! As usual, you “came through” and were there in time of need…Thank you so much.” Be well. Be happy! P.S. Mandy sends love and a big doggie kiss. Maxine Pessell
“How can I thank you enough for helping me get back on my four feet again? My surgery was painful but because so many people were concerned about me, my recovery has gone well. I have gained weight; having two square meals a day really helps especially when they are not out of the trash […]
“You all have been wonderful with the care of Luke and the whole Bonacci four legged children. You are very special people, I am pleased to know all of you and know you will continue to care for all my children. Your care of Luke over the years has been only the best.”Luke Bonacci
“Thank you Doc and your wonderful girls for being so kind in my time of need. We have years of history together and my experience with you all is what keeps me coming back! Love you all!” Valerie Painter
From the Blog
The significance of oral hygiene is fundamental in the health of a patient. – An estimated 80% of all pets have dental disease by the age of three. The mouth of cats and dogs is a great incubator for bacteria and can contribute to heart, liver and kidney disease. What does a dental cleaning […]
Heat stroke is an increase in body temperature caused by environmental conditions. Hyperthermia may be a life-threatening condition, and does require immediate treatment. A dog’s normal body temperature is 101.5°F plus or minus 1 degree Fahrenheit, and any time the body temperature is higher than 105°F, a true emergency exists. Heatstroke generally occurs in hot […]
Reluctance to move, stiffness, difficulty climbing stairs, getting into the car or on the bed or sofa may be signs of arthritis. At Companion Pet Clinic we can help! Treatment for arthritis can markedly improve quality of life and slow down the progression of the disease Signs of arthritis include: Reluctance to take […]
Heartgard (Heartworm preventative): Helps prevent heartworm infection in your dog Kills heartworm larvae, roundworms and hookworms Easy-to-give—most dogs eat it right out of your hand Give one each month, year-round Helps avoid the cost of treating heartworm disease and the risk of possible death from the disease NexGard for dogs (Flea and Tick […]