Integrating acupuncture into our practice allows us to use another layer of pain relief and healing to benefit our patients. Our in-house acupuncturist is a credentialed member of the American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture. Using this modality in conjunction to Western medicine has brought our furry friends relief from conditions...
We are equipped with some of the latest technology from Heska, using the Drichem, ePoc and Hematrue machines. The utilization of rapid in-house assays for canine and feline heartworm, Lyme, Ehrlichosis, Anaplasmosis, Giardia, Parvovirus and Pancreatitis allow us to diagnose within minutes of drawing blood, allowing us to determine the best treatment plan and start healing!
Preventative health care is the foundation of keeping your pet fit and happy. Routine wellness exams, from head to tail, allow us to gather a complete and accurate picture of your pet’s physical well-being. A partnership with you will help us tailor a personalized, long term, health plan that ensures optimum protection and prevention of health threats.
Radiographs, more commonly known as x-rays, are one of the best diagnostic tools allowing us to examine both bones and internal organs for abnormality. With our Digital X-ray technology, we have the ability to take radiographs of your pet quickly and efficiently, reducing your pets exposure to radiation.
Your pet is an important part of your family, and when he or she is ill, you want the best medical care available.
The veterinarians and staff at Mill Pond Veterinary Hospital are ready to provide your pet with cutting edge veterinary medical care. From wellness exams and vaccines to advanced diagnostics and complex surgical procedures, your dog or cat will receive high quality care at our hospital.
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Laser therapy is a non-invasive treatment that gives pain relief and increased healing time. In an appointment, we are able to treat the patient with a scientifically proven, and U.S. FDA approved modality. Laser therapy administers a precise beam of light at a specific power to create a therapeutic dose.
Pets come in many shapes, sizes and colors. Many of them have unknown history of where they came from or what breed they are. Your desire to find out what breeds make up your beloved pet may be a simple curiosity, or your desire to have a trove of information that can help make us aware of a genetic predisposition to medical conditions.
There are some patients that are not able to tolerate vaccinations due to immune-mediated diseases, pre-existing infections such as FIV infection or severe allergy to the vaccination. For these patients, we offer vaccination titers. Titers use a sample of the patient’s blood and analyzes the level of antibodies present, determining if your pet is protected.
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All of our veterinarians are fully accredited by the United States Department of Agriculture, this allows overseas health certificates to be completed as needed 7 days a week! We want you to feel assured that you will see a veterinarian who is qualified to perform a full examination as required for travel, both nationally and internationally.
Understanding that any type of surgery may cause concern, we work closely with you to make sure you have as much assurance as possible that a procedure will be a success. We subscribe to the highest standard of care and focus on optimum patient safety and pain management, all done by skilled surgeons.