Whether you are a new pet owner or you have shared your home with pets throughout the years, one thing that remains the same is that dogs and cats can experience a specific pet illness at some point in their lives. Like their human companions, pets are susceptible to a variety of conditions. At Central Virginia Veterinary Clinic in Louisa, Dr. Baker and our team are well-prepared to handle your pet’s needs to help them get healthy.
The Benefits of Wellness Exams
From young dogs and cats to adolescent and senior pets, bringing your pet to our clinic for a wellness exam is the first step in providing preventative care. With a wellness check, we can evaluate your pet’s current state of health, diagnose potential problems, provide treatment, and determine a plan going forward for the future care of your pet. We are available to answer any questions concerning your pet's health, so you can make any adjustments to their lifestyle.
About Our Services for Pets
At our clinic, our service begins with a pet exam. During the exam, we will ask you about your pet, its lifestyle, eating habits, and any other areas that can affect your pet's health. The exam is thorough to determine any issues your pet is experiencing. Our veterinarian will observe your pet's behavior, alertness, coat conditions, breathing, lumps, discharges, tartar, and ulcers in the mouth. We will follow up the exam with recommendations for a course of action, which includes treatment and medication when necessary.
Pet Illness Treatment
The list of pet illnesses is long and includes conditions such as diabetes, cancer, parvovirus, heartworm, ear infections, skin allergies, dental disease, and more. Our standard services include pet exams, preventative care, dermatology, and more.
We provide quality veterinary care for pets experiencing arthritis, stomach problems, seizures, skin conditions, and urinary tract infections. Whether your pet is suffering from a serious flea or tick infestation or aggravating kennel cough, our team treats the problem to help put your pet on the path to good health.
Contact Central Virginia Veterinary Clinic in Louisa, VA
If your dog or cat is showing signs of an illness or if it has been a while since your furry friend’s last pet wellness exam, contact Central Virginia Veterinary Clinic to schedule an appointment with Dr. Baker. Call our team today at (540) 967-1404 or reach us through our website by using our online contact form.