At Three Rivers Animal Hospital, we do everything we can to ensure your pet’s health and wellness. However, sometimes accidents happen or diseases strike. When they do, our staff has the knowledge, tools, and experience necessary to provide top-quality pet health care in a safe and timely manner. Call for your appointment today!
We see appointments 6 days a week. From Annual visits, to puppy/kitten booster and Senior Wellness or doctors are here to keep your pets happy and healthy. One of the most important services we provide is the annual physical examination. We check all your pet’s vital systems, create a baseline of health, and proactively catch any situations that might need attention. Other basic services include vaccinations, fecal tests, deworming, dental cleaning and extractions, geriatric physicals, grooming, boarding and toenail trims. For your convenience, animals may be dropped off if you are unable to schedule a specific appointment time.
Please call NOW to schedule a grooming appointment with our experienced groomer! All grooms include a bath, brushout, nail trim and file, ear cleaning, and haircut!
Ask about our Spa Package or De-Shed Treatment which can be added on to any groom/bath.
Pets are special members of our family. And while we wish we could take them everywhere with us, sometimes that just isn’t possible. If you need to board your four-legged companion, we hope you will place your trust in us. Our exceptional kennel staff will provide your pet(s) with lots of tender loving care while you are away.
We welcome dogs and cats, along with selected other pets—such as pot-bellies pigs, rabbits, pocket pets, reptiles, ferrets and birds.
Our climate-controlled kennel has separate accommodations for dogs and cats.
Is your pet feeling under the weather? We have appointments available for our staff to quickly diagnose and treat your pet so they are back to feeling happy and healthy as soon as possible. With our in-house laboratory and digital radiography our staff can accurately and efficiently treat your pet.
Our veterinary laboratory can produce test results within 30 minutes, enabling us to begin treatment right away for pets that are experiencing an emergency. Complete blood counts (CBCs), blood chemistry panels, and urinalysis results can be obtained quickly so that you and your pet don’t have to wait for vital information when time is of the essence. In addition to emergency diagnostics, we also have the ability to perform same day pre-surgery screenings, thyroid screens, fecal exams, FeLV/FIV tests, PARVO tests, as well as ear, skin, and tumor cytology.
We are equipped with a state-of-the-art digital radiology system to evaluate your pet’s musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, reproductive, and urinary systems. This equipment decreases the stress on your pet by significantly reducing the time it takes for X-rays and therefore the time they need to be held in position. It also enables us to scrutinize the images more closely by allowing magnification and contrast adjustment, all without the need for any additional exposure to your pet. If necessary, we can arrange to have any of our studies read by a board-certified radiologist within 24 hours to increase our ability to determine your pet’s condition.
Our hospital is equipped with digital dental radiography. Included with all dentals are full mouth digital dental radiographs to allow our veterinarians to better assess the complete oral health of your pet.
Some of the more common procedures we perform include spay and neuter, bladder surgery, exploratory, intestinal surgeries, cherry eye surgeries, FHOs, as well as tumor removals.
Your pet’s safety is our number one priority. Included with any surgery package is comprehensive pre-operative blood screening through our in-house laboratory to confirm that your pet’s organs and systems are healthy enough for us to proceed. Anesthetics are chosen to suit your pet’s unique health needs. IV fluids and IV catheter are included with any surgical package and are utilized to administer these and other necessary medications, as well as to ensure your pet is kept hydrated before, during, and after the procedure. We are equipped with specialized monitors to closely observe your pet’s vitals throughout the procedure. After the surgery has been completed, a dedicated staff member will be by your pet’s side to ensure that he or she is comfortable and secure.
We believe that one of the most crucial elements in your pets’ overall health care is attention to dental disease. Regular dental care improves the quality of life and increases the length of life. If left undetected, dental disease can be painful and can lead to even more serious health consequences. Infections can be spread via a tooth root into the bloodstream, eventually leading to major organ damage. When rough tartar accrues on tooth surfaces and touches the gum line it’s time for a proficient oral exam, treatment, and prevention visit.
When necessary, dental cleanings can be scheduled for an anesthetized thorough scaling and polishing of the teeth with our ultrasonic scaler and high-speed polisher.
Health certificates are necessary to obtain before traveling with your pet within or out of the country. It is important to get information on what paperwork your pet will need to have completed well before your travel departure date. If you are planning to travel by plane with your pet you will need to have them examined by your veterinarian in advance, especially if it has been more than a few months since their last health check or if your pet has any health problems or is in need of vaccinations.
Be sure to check with the airline you are using for your travel to see which documents are needed prior to the flight. For international travel, we will help you contact the USDA to get all requirements and have your paperwork reviewed and endorsed by APHIS.
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A microchip is a miniature transponder, about the size of a grain of rice that is programmed with an exclusive identification number. It is used for permanent identification in pets. The procedure is quick, safe, and pain-free in most pets. The benefits of microchips are that they cannot be misread, and the identification digit is tamper-proof. After a simple registration, the information about the pet and owner is readily retrievable from a databank
Whether it’s a prescription for a one-time illness, or a special diet for an ongoing health condition, we will happily provide it at our veterinary hospital or through our online pharmacy—whichever is most convenient for you. Our pet pharmacy carries a complete range of flea, tick, and heartworm products. Our prices are competitive, and all of our pet medications are fully guaranteed by the manufacturers, unlike with most online retailers.
We understand that administering pet medicine can be difficult, so our veterinarians will help you to obtain the medications that will work best for you and your pet. In some cases, we can provide medications in alternate formats, such as liquids or transdermals that may be rubbed on the ear. We also carry pill pockets which often make pet medications easier to swallow.
While a heart worm positive diagnosis can be a very terrifying time for a pet owner our staff is here to help guide your pet through the entire treatment.
From diagnosis to negative heart worm occult our hospital is here to help provide your pet with with the best treatment following the most current American Heartworm Society Guidelines.
Laser therapy can relive pain, reduce swelling and increase range of motion.
During each painless treatment, laser energy increases circulation, drawing water, oxygen, and nutrients to the damaged area. This creates an optimal healing environment that reduces inflammation, swelling, muscle spasms, stiffness, and pain.
Ask about our one time treatments to help heal surgical incisions and packages to help with rehab, arthritis or wound management.