Annual physical exams are important to your pet. Your canine and feline friends age at a much faster rate than humans. Annual physical exams, and for older pets semiannual physical exams, along with diagnostic testing, help us to diagnose and treat conditions in early stages.
Vaccines are vital to keep your pet healthy.
FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus)
There may be a time when the Doctor will suggest diagnostic testing. Laboratory testing may be recommended before surgery to be sure that there are no underlying conditions that may compromise your pet while under anesthesia. The doctor will also indicate the importance of testing to diagnose or rule out other health concerns.
At Hubbardston Veterinary Clinic, every measure is taken to ensure your pet’s safety during anesthesia. An anesthetic protocol is tailored to each pet’s specific needs. Your pet is monitored through the procedure with IV fluids being administered to help maintain blood pressure and ensure a safe and speedy recovery. A veterinary technician is in constant attendance to monitor your pet’s vital signs including heart rate, oxygen levels, blood pressure and body temperature. We strive to provide the safest and most comfortable experience for each patient.
We Now have Digital X-Rays!
Radiographs are a valuable diagnostic tool that can be used in conjunction with your pet’s physical exam and laboratory testing. Some radiographs can be taken during your pet’s examination visit. It is not uncommon, however, to need to hospitalize and sedate the patient for optimal results.
Did you know that Dental disease affects more than the health of you pet’s mouth? Dental disease can affect your pets heart, lungs and kidneys. Preventative care is very important to your pet’s health. At your annual exam the doctor will examine your pet’s mouth and give you advice on how to keep it in tiptop condition.
We have a wide variety of medications in stock to treat your pet including internal and external parasite control.
We also carry a variety of prescription diets.
Our doctor will recommend a diet that will suit your pets’ needs.