Pioneering Patient Care
Because they deserve no less.

Wellness Exams

At Northwood Animal Hospital, we believe that regular checkups and wellness exams are critical to your pet's well-being. During your pet's wellness exam, we carefully examine your pet's overall health, their different biological systems, and chart a baseline for your pet's health and behavior. This allows us to be quick to detect any potential health issues before they become serious. Regular exams can improve your pet's quality of life, lifespan, and even decrease the total cost of health care for pet owners!
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Puppy And Kitten Care

Congratulations! Adding a new puppy or kitten to your family is a fulfilling and exciting event, and will create many happy years ahead of you. We are here to help you navigate all of the important responsibilities that come with adopting a new puppy or kitten, along with guiding you through what your new pet will need down the road.
The first step is to make an appointment for your puppy or kitten's first wellness exam. We will thoroughly assess their overall health and wellness, and will educate you on all of the important topics to be aware of, such as nutrition, behavioral training, socialization, parasite control, and more. Give us a call today so that we can help you chart a happy, healthy, and loving future together!
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Vaccinations are an important keystone to your pet's health. Vaccines are an easy and effective way to prevent illness from a range of harmful pathogens and diseases. We provide both core and non-core vaccinations for dogs and cats. Core vaccinations are required for every pet - such as rabies. Non-core vaccinations are recommended based on your pet's lifestyle and specific risk factors. We will assess your pet's unique situation and guide you through the appropriate vaccination strategy.
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Nutritional Counseling

Nutrition is an important part of your pet's health and happiness. Many pet owners find themselves overwhelmed by the volume of choices in the market and don't know what to pick, how much to feed their dog or cat, and when to feed them. The reality is that every pet is unique and has their own specific nutritional needs. We will be able to make recommendations on your pet's nutrition based on their genetics, health, lifestyle, and life stage.
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Parasite Prevention

For pets, parasites can be annoying, and some can actually cause life-threatening conditions if left untreated. We will check your pet for tell-tale signs of parasites, and can provide you with effective parasite prevention medication. From heartworms, to hookworms, to fleas and ticks, and everything in between... here, we'll make sure your pet is happy, healthy, and free of parasites.
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Over 10 million dogs or cats get lost or go missing every year in the United States. Microchipping significantly improves the odds that a pet is safely reunited with their family. Traditional collars and tags can get snagged or otherwise lost when a pet runs away. Microchipping is a fast, painless, and easy procedure that implants a tiny chip underneath your pet's fur. Every shelter and veterinary clinic has a microchip reader, and the first thing they do when a lost pet is picked up is scan for microchips. Here, your contact information will be stored, along with any essential information about your pet. If your pet is not yet microchipped, give us a call now and we'll take care of that!
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Dental Care

By the age of three, most dogs and cats show signs of periodontal disease. This is a progressive health condition that begins as food particles stick to your pet's teeth, harden from a pet's saliva, and turn into tartar. Over time, this tartar makes its way beneath your pet's gumline where a vicious cycle of damage and inflammation begins. This is painful for pets, can cause tooth loss and jaw fractures, and can even spread harmful toxins throughout your pet's bloodstream, raising incidences of heart, kidney or liver disease. The good news is that periodontal disease is 100% treatable! If it's been over a year since your pet's last professional teeth cleaning, please call us now so that we can examine your pet's health and make sure they are happy, healthy, and pain-free!
Dental disease is one of the most common health conditions we see in pets over 3 years of age. It is typically painful, and can even shorten the lifespan of dogs and cats. It works by progressively eroding the supporting tissue in your pet’s mouth, and by spreading harmful bacteria throughout your pet’s bloodstream. But not to worry – dental disease is no match for our veterinary team! Through routine cleaning procedures and proper home care, your pet can be pain-free, and it could even extend their lifespan!
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Diagnostic Imaging

We believe in staying on the cutting edge of technology. Radiology is an important diagnostic tool that allows us to see beneath the surface of your pet's skin. This allows us to pinpoint the source of illness or injury, or rule out potential causes of symptoms. Radiology is safe, effective, and can save or enhance lives. Ultrasound uses sound waves to allow us to examine your pet's internal organs. This is an important diagnostic technology that allows us to assess the health, functioning, and any potential damage to your pet's heart, kidneys, liver, and other internal structures.
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Senior Care

The golden years can be the happiest years yet! As a pet ages, their health and behavioral needs change. Many senior pets will develop chronic health conditions that they suffer silently with - such as arthritis or periodontal disease. We recommend physical examinations every six months for senior pets so that we can be even quicker to spot any potential health issues and treat them as effectively as possible. We know how much your pet means to you, and we exist to protect them.
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When your pet needs surgery, you want to know that their surgical team is highly-trained, dedicated, and surrounded by modern medical technology and techniques. We believe in providing you with no less. We closely examine and monitor every pet who receives surgery here, ensure your pet's safety and prognosis is our #1 priority, and will provide you with detailed after-care instructions. Whether your pet needs a routine procedure, such as spay or neuter, so something more advanced, know that here they will only get the best.
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