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All Pets Animal Hospital is a Full Service veterinary clinic. In addition to wellness care, we offer the following specialized services to our patients and their owners:
Our skilled veterinarians perform a variety of surgical procedures in our state of the art surgical facility. These include Spays/Neuters, Mass Removals/Biopsies, Intestinal Surgeries, Spleenectomies, and similar surgeries.
We are proud to offer these services in our state of the art dedicated surgical suite which boasts many features designed to keep your pet as safe and comfortable as possible during their procedure and beyond. These features include:
For more specialized surgeries, owners often find themselves seeking out Veterinary Referral Hospitals. We are please to be able to offer many of these surgical procedures to our patients at the comfort and convenience of our hospital.
Board Certified Veterinary Surgeon, Dr. Justin Greco, is available by appointment to perform orthopedic and veterinary surgeries at our hospital. His services include the Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy (TPLO) surgery to correct a torn Cranial Cruciate Ligament (CCL/ACL). This common orthopedic procedure can now be performed right at our hospital, making the surgery less expensive than specialty hospitals while keeping the patient in the comfort and care of our attentive staff.
Periodontal Disease is the most common chronic disease seen in pets today. This condition causes more than bad breath. It results in pain, tooth loss, bone (jaw) loss, and even Heart, Liver, and Kidney disease.
Proper veterinary dental care is a procedure that requires anesthesia and should be performed by trained staff in a modern facility. We are proud to offer our patients comprehensive dental care and oral surgery in a dedicated, state of the art facility. Our dental suite includes features designed to keep your pet safe and comfortable while provided the best periodontal care possible. Our Dental Suite is equipped with the following features:
All dentals are performed by highly trained, experienced staff members and overseen by your pet's veterinarian. A separate trained & experience staff member helps to monitory anesthesia. Your pet's veterinarian reviews all X-rays and performs any extractions or oral surgery.
Radiology is an essential part of the diagnostic process for both people and pets. We are able to offer many radiology services right here in hospital. In addition, our mobile veterinary radiologist is able to provide support and consultation.
Digital Radiology: Our hospital is equipped with a digital X-ray unit. Digital radiology has many advantages over traditional (film) X-ray. These include faster processing times, lower radiation, and fewer "takes," as digital processing is much more forgiving than film. In addition, nearly all of our digital radiographs are reviewed by a veterinary radiologist so that we get the most accurate interpretation possible.
Veterinary Ultrasound: Ultrasound uses sound waves to help the radiologist visualize structures inside the body. It is an essential diagnostic test for a variety of ailments. Ultrasounds are performed by appointment by Dr. Jonathan Hayles, a Board Certified Veterinary Radiologist.
We know that many pet owners want more than medication, tests and surgery for their pets. We are proud to be able to offer Veterinary Acupuncture and other "Integrative Medicine" treatments for your pets. These treatments are performed by Dr. Jessica Cantrell, a certified Veterinary Acupuncturist. Because Dr. Cantrell is also a skilled "traditional" veterinarian, she is an expert at mixing these modalities together for the best care of her patients!
Veterinary Physical Rehabilitation is a relatively new specialty available to Veterinarians and Registered Veterinary Technicians. It can provide faster and better healing from injuries and surgeries, and can improve mobility and longevity for pets suffering from debilitating joint and nerve conditions.
We are slowing adding Veterinary Physical Rehabilitation to our long list of patient care offerings. Rehabilitation is performed by Juliette Veenstra, RVT who has attended the University of Tennessee Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist program. Juliette is currently taking Case Studies and awaiting her final test some time in 2018 to complete her certification.