Cost-Effective Veterinary Services for Dogs
Your dog’s health and well-being are important to the doctors and staff of Pet Care Veterinary Hospital. Our goal is to catch problems early, which will give your companion the best chance at a more robust and longer life span, while at the same time giving you peace of mind when it comes to their health. We believe in developing a client-doctor partnership in order to provide your canine companion with the best medical care and advice available.
We offer many educational materials here on our website, because our goal is to maximize our client’s awareness of important canine health issues. Our veterinarians have written many easy-to-read articles for our Dog Library.
See what the doctors at Pet Care have written about dogs:
The Behavior Corner
Appropriate behavior largely depends on whose behavior you are referring to. To a dog, digging, chewing, excessively barking, chasing cars and jumping on people is normal. To a cat, clawing furniture, inappropriate bathroom behavior, and and play aggression may be normal. To you, it is a nuisance. Each year, many dogs are given to shelters due to the fact that they exhibit behavior problems. Pet Care Veterinary Hospital stresses early training of dogs as it is easier to have the dog understand, from an young age, what to do and not do, rather than to try and fix a behavioral problem later.
Dr. Jill D. Partlow is Pet Care’s resident behavioralist. Her insightful advice and compassionate approach to both canine and feline behavior issues will be an invaluable resource. If you are a pet owner that is experiencing difficulty when it comes to the behavior of your dog or cat, rest assured that you are not the only individual experiencing this. However, you can successfully overcome it with a little time and dedication to the endeavor at hand. Dr. Partlow will help you see that it is never “too late” to start communicating with your dog or cat!
See what Dr. Partlow has written about dog behavior:
At Pet Care we offer the following services for dogs:
- Annual physical exam
- Distemper—Parvo vaccine given every year for the first two years of life, then every 3 years thereafter
- Leptospirosis—Vaccine given yearly
- Rabies—is good for 1 year the first time and every three years thereafter
- Bordetella—good for 1 year+ for boarding, grooming, or obedience classes
- Heartworm test every year
- Fecal parasite exam every year
- Heartworm preventative year-round
- Annual senior dog physical and diagnostic testing beginning at 7 years of age
- Behavioral counseling
- Nutritional counseling
- Flea control program
- Full diagnostic work-ups
- Dental care
If you’d like to find out more about dogs, we recommend these websites:
Dr. Hulls, …Thanks so much for being not only a good doctor but also a compassionate and caring person….