We are kind and compassionate. We talk to your family pet and gain their trust. We take our time with you listening, examining and communicating. We love your pets like we love our own. We expect your family pet to want to come back to visit with us again.
Welcome to North College Road Animal Hospital. We are a pet friendly hospital. Our philosophy is to take care of your best friends just like our own!
We care for your family dog, cat, rabbit, and guinea pig. We offer health care for your family pets. We provide the highest standard of care for your precious pets.
Your family pet cannot tell you if there is anything wrong. Our veterinarian will exam your family pet from snout to tail. We will check their vitals: heart rate, pulse rate, capillary refill time, temperature and respiration rate. We will flea comb to check for fleas and flea debri at their skin level. We will palpate along their neck, arm pits and hind limbs for any lymph node swelling or pain on palpation of all their joints. We will palpate their abdomen and evaluate their spine for any pain. We will assess their internal exam by getting their blood and evaluating their CBC and Chemistry values. Then we will discuss with you our findings that very same day. We want your pet to stay healthy. A healthy pet makes a happy family.
We must start your family pets vaccines at 6-8 weeks of age. Then every 21 days until they reach four months old. We evaluate their fecal sample for intestinal parasites. We flea comb them to evaluate for fleas and flea Debra on their skin. We vaccinate cats for Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis and Calicivirus, Feline Leukemia, Feline Bordatella and Rabies. We vaccinate dogs for Canine Hepatitis, Parainfluenza, Leptospira, Parvo, Canine Bordatella, Canine Influenza and Rabies. These vaccines must be given annually. Vaccinations help protect your dog and cat from these viral diseases that are highly contagious.
We offer daycare. We will need to have their current vaccine history. We have indoor dog runs. Your family dog will be hard walked four times a day in our landscaped grass yard. We can play and throw the ball to them for one price of $13.
|Monday||07:30 AM -5:30 PM|
|Tuesday||07:30 AM -5:30 PM|
|Wednesday||07:30 AM -5:30 PM|
|Thursday||07:30 AM -5:30 PM|
|Friday||07:30 AM -5:30 PM|
|Saturday||07:30 AM -12:00 PM|
Tia has Stage 2 Renal Failure. She receives feline dialysis twice a day. Azodyl contains special enzymes that break down kidney waste from her abdomen. She receives two capsules by mouth in the morning and one capsule by mouth. She has been doing really well. We monitor her chemistry values.
The diagnostic exam enables our healthcare team to evaluate your sick family pet. In addition, we will need to preform diagnostic tests to pinpoint the underlying problem. Then we will discuss the appropriate treatment plan.
The wellness exam for annual vaccines includes snout to tail physical exam. In addition, we will need to administer canine or feline appropriate vaccines. During their annual exam, we will preform a heart worm exam as well as an intestinal exam. We will provide an accurate estimate including vaccines, annual blood testing and intestinal parasite exam.
Emergency exam needed for day time emergencies that includes acute injury, seizures, blood loss, vehicular trauma and poisonings. These patients will take priority over the appointments and walk ins. In addition, diagnostic testing as well as supportive care base on condition will be estimated for appropriate treatment and care.