The same way you go to the doctor at least once a year to check up on your health, our pets need annual visits to stay feeling their best. At Crysler Animal Hospital, we recommend bringing your pet in for a check-up at least once a year, and more often as your pet reaches his or her senior years. Wellness exams help your veterinarian establish a baseline for your pet’s health so that they can quickly detect when something is not quite right. These annual visits also provide an opportunity to take advantage of preventative health measures, such as vaccines and parasite control methods. If you have any questions about our services or are looking to book an appointment for your pet, please call us today!
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Our preventative care program is designed to keep your pet feeling his or her best, but illness and injury do happen. Should you ever notice any sign of concern – your pet seems to be in pain, you have noticed a change in behavior, etc. – do not hesitate to schedule an appointment with your veterinarian. The earlier that disease and injury are detected, the greater are your pet’s chances of a complete and quick recovery.
Our hospital is equipped with an on-site laboratory, allowing us to return test results quickly and get started on your pet’s treatment immediately. Our team is experienced in performing a comprehensive array of diagnostic tests, including complete blood count, skin and ear cytology, and more. Our veterinarians also use radiology, ultrasound, and ECG/EKG to diagnose a greater range of conditions.
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Veterinary Pet Surgery
At Crysler Animal Hospital, we understand that surgery can be a stressful process for you and your pet. That’s why we have invested in top-of-the-line surgical technology and do everything we can to make the surgical process as safe and pain-free as possible for your pet. Our veterinarians diligently monitor your pet’s vitals throughout surgery. Following any procedure, we provide a comprehensive pain management plan to make your pet’s recovery as comfortable as possible. Our veterinarians will tailor your pet’s postoperative plan to the source and severity of pain, as well as how your pet responds to medication.
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Pet Dental Services
Did you know that dental disease is the most common pet disease? 80% of dogs and 70% of cats are affected by the age of three. What causes dental disease? Pet owners neglecting dental care.
Just as humans prioritize regular trips to the dentist, our animal companions need routine dental care to maintain a healthy mouth. When bacteria and food debris accumulate in the mouth, they harden into plaque and wear down the surface of the teeth and gums. If plaque is not removed, it can cause serious problems, from mouth pain to tooth loss.
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Puppy & Kitten Care
If you just brought a new pet home, or are considering it, congratulations! We're here to help keep your pet happy and healthy at the beginning of her life, and throughout. Together, we will discuss your pet's unique examination and vaccination needs, establish a baseline for your new pet's health, and discuss treatment when something is not quite right. If you have any questions about our services or are looking to book an appointment for your new pet, please call us today!
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Senior Pet Care
Thanks to advancements in veterinary care, cats and dogs are living longer lives, keeping them at the sides of their human companions for much longer. However, as our furry best friends age, they need increased veterinary care to feel their best selves. Crysler Animal Hospital can help you meet your pet’s needs during these Golden Years so that your pet feels happy and healthy for many years to come.
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Exotic Pet Care
At Crysler Animal Hospital, we don’t just help care for cats and dogs. The full range of exotic pets in all shapes and sizes can benefit from robust health and wellness care. Our expert team of veterinarians is happy to discuss the needs of your unique exotic pet and develop a health plan that’s right for their species, breed, and distinct characteristics.
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