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Preventative Medicine

Our goal at WesVet is to always see your pet happy and healthy. We know how much they mean to you and that is why preventative care is so important. Annual examinations/vaccines allow us to catch potential problems earlier and potentially prevent progression of disease. We will follow AAHA guidelines and adhere to the strictest standards for pet healthcare. Read More

Puppies and Kittens

Bringing home a new puppy or kitten is a very exciting time! To make sure that your new family member gets their very best start, we recommend wellness visits every four weeks until they reach four months of age. During these check-ups, common topics will include diet, proper training and socialization, spaying and neutering, and which vaccines to consider for your pet. We want your new pet to stay as healthy as possible and have a smooth transition to your home. Read More

Adults (1-8)

After your pet’s first birthday and up until eight years of age, we recommend annual wellness visits. These visits include a complete physical examination and routine bloodwork in order to check for any abnormalities. Recommended vaccines will be discussed at each of these visits and given according to your pet’s individual needs. Any abnormalities found during your pet’s visit on their bloodwork will be discussed with you in detail to allow you to make the best decisions regarding their ongoing health and care. Read More

Seniors (8+)

As your pets age they can develop some of the same problems that can be seen in older adults. Heart disease, liver disease, diabetes, and arthritis are just a few of the conditions that pets can experience. We recommend senior pets have semi-annual veterinary visits instead of annual visits so that signs of illness, pain, or other problems can be detected early and treated. Senior pet exams are similar to those for younger pets, but are more in depth. A common focus is diet and nutrition, dental care, mobility, and mental health. We want to make sure your pets are happy and healthy for as long as possible so they can continue to enrich your lives. Read More


Vaccines are the first line of defense in keeping your pets healthy. We also understand that every pet’s lifestyle does not require the same vaccination protocol. Because of this, we discuss vaccines at each of our patient’s wellness examinations to determine which protocol is best for the pet based on their health, physical needs, and lifestyle. Read More

Early Detection Testing

Even pets that appear healthy can have hidden underlying medical problems that can progress into serious, life threatening conditions if left undetected and/or untreated. Yearly blood tests as your pet gets older are essential to identify diseases as early as possible.
Even when your pet is completely healthy, we recommend running annual tests to establish baseline health values. This baseline picture can inform us of what represents good health for your individual pet and can it can spot health trends sooner before they potentially become more serious. The typical tests performed on an annual basis are a complete blood count, blood chemistry panel, urinalysis, heartworm test and fecal parasite screen. The following provides additional information regarding specific blood test panels:
  • Complete Blood Cell Count (CBC) provides important information about the types and number of blood cells in your pet’s blood. A low red blood cell count, for example, indicates anemia, while a high white blood cell count can indicate an infection, chronic inflammation or other disease process.
  • Blood Chemistry Profile is particularly important for evaluating organ function (e.g., liver, kidneys), electrolyte blood sugar and screening for presence of an endocrine disorder, etc. Any abnormalities will help us decide on further diagnostic tests or treatments.
  • Heartworm Test can detect evidence of heartworm disease. For a more complete picture, we will often combine a blood panel with other tests, such as a urinalysis and fecal examination.
  • A Urinalysis is a test of your urine. A urinalysis is used to detect and manage a wide range of disorders, such as urinary tract infections, kidney disease and diabetes. A urinalysis involves checking the appearance, concentration and content of urine. Abnormal urinalysis results may point to a disease or illness
  • A Fecal Screen is an essential tool to protect both your pet and your family from dangerous intestinal parasites that dogs and cats both can commonly carry. According to the Center for Disease Control, approximately 14% of Americans have been exposed to the roundworms. It is also estimated that nearly 34% of all canines in the United States which increases to 54% of canines in the southeastern US have intestinal parasites.
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Pet Pharmacy & Retail

We love to see our clients and patients, however we know that sometimes having to stop by and pick up your pet’s medications or special diet is not convenient. To help make your life easier, we are offering a full service online pharmacy. With our online pharmacy it is easy to request appointment. refills of medications and special diets and have them shipped directly to your door. Alternatively, we offer a full service pharmacy to dispense medications your pet might need while you are here for your Read More


One of the most effective means of protecting your dog or cat from being lost or stolen is microchipping them. The American Humane Society estimates over 10 million dogs or cats are reported lost each year. Unfortunately, a large percentage of those lost pets are never returned to their owner. There could be a number of reasons for the failure to reunite, but top of the list is the inability to identify and contact the owner.
  • Microchips are tiny computer chips, about the size of a grain of rice. They are implanted under your pet’s skin by a veterinarian using a bore needle with no anesthesia necessary (similar to a simple vaccination). Each microchip carries a registration number that is associated with the owner’s name and contact information. This information is added to a pet registry service offered by the chip manufacturer.
  • The registry information on the chips can be read using a handheld reader that displays the information so that the owner can be identified. Most shelters and veterinarians have these readers and can scan the pet and contact the owner if the pet is lost.
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Dental disease, or inflammation or infection that results in the weakening or loss of support structures of the teeth, is one of the most common medical conditions seen by veterinarians. Over 80% of dogs over the age of three have dental disease, and few dogs show obvious signs. It is up to the family and veterinarian to uncover this hidden and sometimes painful condition. We offer routine dental cleanings, dental radiology and extractions as needed. Oral health is of utmost importance in keeping our furry friends happy and healthy as long as we can. Read More


WesVet Animal Hospital offers a wide variety of surgical services to help treat and protect your pet. When we place your animal under anesthesia, every precaution is taken to make it the safest experience possible. Every pet that is scheduled for surgery will have a thorough physical examination the morning of the surgery. We also highly recommend that animals have pre-anesthestic bloodwork to ensure there are no underlying problems that aren’t detectable on a physical examination. An IV catheter will be placed on each patient prior to anesthesia in which medications and fluids will be given during the procedure. We closely monitor each patient’s body temperature, heart rate, respiratory rate, blood pressure, C02 level, oxygen saturation levels as well as an ECG (electrical activity of the heart). Every patient will have a dedicated veterinary technician to closely monitor them during the procedure and throughout recovery.
We offer a wide variety of surgical services for your pet. The following are just a few of the more common procedures performed at WesVet Animal Hospital:
  • Canine and feline spay and neuter
  • Gastrointestinal surgery/biopsy
  • Cystotomy
  • Mass removal
  • Wound repair and management
  • Cherry eye correction
  • Entriopion correction
  • Enucleation
  • Cesarean section
  • Limb amputation
  • Access to veterinary surgeons for more advanced procedures in clinic (TPLO, fracture repair)
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