Even with conscientious attention and careful monitoring of normal behaviors, it is easy for pet owners to miss the early signs of disease. During a comprehensive physical exam, our doctors will thoroughly check all of your pet's body systems and provide you the tools you need to give your animal a long, healthy and happy life. We’ll talk about vaccines, flea control, geriatric care and puppy handling.
We offer a full range of surgical services for dogs and cats, as well as some pocket pets. Some of the more common surgeries we perform are routine spays/neuters and dental cleanings. However, CCAH also has the ability to perform mass removals and a wide range of other surgeries. We meet the highest standards for veterinary surgery protocol and safety. Your pet will have their own personal veterinary technician monitoring him or her at all times. Our doctors have decades of experience in routine and emergency surgeries. We have a dedicated surgical suite and specialized equipment designed to keep your pet safe and the surgery area sterile.
We offer many in-house and outside lab services for your pet. We have the ability to perform blood tests, urinalysis, fecal tests and cytology in-house. We also collaborate with a state-of-the-art diagnostic veterinary lab. Our goal is fast and accurate testing for your pet.
We have an American Animal Hospital Association certified radiology suite. We are also Penn-Hip Certified and perform OFA radiographs.
Periodontal disease is one of the most diagnosed problems in dogs and cats. However, there are things you can do to treat and prevent this disease. Not only does periodontal disease cause pain and infection in the mouth, but it also contributes to kidney, liver and heart failure. Making sure your pet’s teeth are in good health will increase your pet’s longevity and happiness.
We provide boarding for cats and dogs up to 80lbs. All dogs are walked outside on leash three times daily except on Sundays, on which they are walked twice daily. We are happy to make recommendations for area kennels, but our boarding facility may be ideal for you if your pet requires frequent medical attention. We are able to administer medication or injections as needed and keep close records of your pet's behavior while they are here. If you wish to board an animal please call in advance. It is necessary that we reserve space for hospitalized pets and pets whose medication and health needs require a little extra attention when their owners are away. Stop by any time during office hours for a tour of our kennel areas, too.
We are happy to discuss behavior problems such as separation anxiety, aggression, destructive digging, barking or self-mutilation. When dealing with pet behavior problems, underlying medical problems should always be addressed first, such as seizure disorders, aging changes, or internal medicine problems (urinary tract disease, diabetes, loss of vision, etc). We can also recommend trainers for basic obedience.