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Wellness & Preventive Medicine
Because our pets age much faster than we do and often do not exhibit outward signs of disease, we stress the importance of annual or semiannual physical examinations and wellness screening. This allows us to detect serious medical conditions in the early stages while they are still easily treatable or prevent serious conditions from developing altogether.
Annual wellness examinations and laboratory screening
Cardiology/pulmonology, gastroenterology, dermatology, ophthalmology, oncology/chemotherapy, neurology, liver, and kidney diseases, geriatric and pediatric medicine
Oral surgery, periodontal treatment, digital dental radiography and preventive care
Our doctors and technicians continuously monitor heart and respiratory rates, body temperature, fluid rates, blood pressure, anesthetic and oxygen levels on all surgery and dentistry patients with a pulse oximeter, heart rate monitor, and blood pressure monitor in accordance with AAHA's excellence standards.
Small mammal medicine and surgery
Rabbits, hamsters, gerbils, guinea pigs, rats and mice
Our doctors and staff are trained and equipped to handle your pet's emergency.
We maintain a comprehensive inventory of pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals, shampoos, flea, tick, parasite and heartworm prevention and control products.
We provide boarding services in our hospital. Our boarding pets have access to our veterinarians 365 days per year should they become ill while boarding and for the comfort of owners of pets under our veterinarians' care for chronic medical conditions.
We routinely consult with and refer to specialists in the fields of internal medicine, surgery, cardiology, radiology, neurology, dermatology, ophthalmology, oncology and behavior to provide your pet the best care currently available.
End of Life Care
We provide end of life care and counseling for our patients and their owners. This includes at home euthanasia, hospice and palliative care.
International Health Certificates
Dr. Frazier is a USDA Accredited veterinarian. Prior to making an appointment for your pet for any required examinations, vaccinations or testing, please contact Dr. Frazier by telephone to discuss your travel plans. You can also fill out the form on this website and submit it directly.