Spay/Neuter

We offer affordable spay and neuter packages. Included in the surgery is pre-operative blood work, an IV catheter, IV fluids, anesthesia monitoring and pain management.
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Vaccines

The importance of maintaining the health and the well-being of our patients by preventing disease and disability is vital to our practice and the community. Together we can make a difference.
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Osteoarthritis

We offer multiple means of reducing arthritic pain. Options include: Companion Laser Therapy, Adequan injections, Glucosamine/Chondroitin Sulfate supplements.
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Dental cleaning

There are multiple stages of periodontal disease and without a proper veterinary dental exam and cleaning, there is no way to know if your pet's oral health is at risk.
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Our Promotions

Our veterinarians and staff are a knowledgeable and compassionate team ready to assist you in determining the care required for your pet.

New client promotion

All new clients are eligible to receive a 1/2 of physical examination. Our regular exam fee of $47.00 has been reduced to $23.50.

HeartGard/NexGard rebate

When you buy 12 months of HeartGard (Heartworm prevention) and 6 months of NexGard (Flea and Tick preventative) receive a mail in rebate.
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Arthritis Packages

Companion Laser Therapy, Adequan injections, and Glucosamine/Chondroitin Sulfate. All three treatments bundled together for one great result.
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From the Blog

Articles for pet lovers

Spay and neuter of cats and dogs

  Affordable spay and neuter packages available! At Companion Pet Clinic we recommend spaying cats and dogs before the first heat cycle. This can help reduce the risk of certain types of cancers of the reproductive system like uterine, ovarian and mammary cancer. In addition unspayed female cats and dogs have a far greater chance of […]

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Flea and Tick Preventative

Vaccines, monthly heartworm, flea and tick and intestinal parasite protection

  Wellness/Preventative Care: Canine Vaccines: Dogs are administered Canine Distemper, Canine Adenovirus-2, Parvovirus and Parainfluenza (DAPP), in addition to Rabies and Bordatella. The initial DAPP vaccine is administered at 6-8 weeks of age and is repeated every 3 weeks until the patient is 16 weeks of age or older.  Adult dogs previously unvaccinated are administered two […]

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Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis can be a severe debilitating disease

  Signs of osteoarthritis include: Reluctance to take walks of usual length Stiffness (that may disappear once the pet has ‘warmed up’) Difficulty climbing stairs, climbing in the car, on the bed or a sofa Difficulty rising from rest Limping Abnormal gait Licking of a single joint Acting withdrawn, spending less time playing with family (which […]

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bad breath

Does Sparky’s breath smell bad?? He may have bad teeth.

  Why does my dog or cat have bad breath? An estimated 80% of all pets have oral disease. The mouth of cats and dogs is a great incubator for bacteria and can cause heart, liver and kidney disease. Preventative dental care (dental cleanings) are key in supporting a clean, healthy mouth and body.   […]

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