Yorkshire Terrier at the Vet

Services

Here at Orchard Vet Care, we are proud to offer a number of services to keep your pets happy and healthy!

 

For questions regarding more 

details and pricing, please give us a call.

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Wellness

Vets aren't just for sick pets. Annual wellness appointments help our veterinarians keep track of your pet's health throughout their life and can be helpful in diagnosing ailments early on, as well as providing essential preventive care. At their annual exam, your pet will receive a nose to tail examination, and if they appear to be in good health, any vaccinations or preventative medications will be discussed and recommended to you.

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Surgery

We are proud to offer top of the line surgical procedures. We believe in utilizing the highest level of medical technology along with our highly trained veterinarians and staff. We offer elective procedures such as spays, neuters, soft tissue surgeries, as well as some orthopedic procedures, and many more. 

We know surgery can be incredibly stressful for pets and their owners which is why we strive to inform you of every step and make sure to provide you with detailed recovery instructions.

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Dental Care

Dental care is vital to the health of your companion. Dental disease can lead to several issues with the heart, liver and kidneys and can affect entire body through the bloodstream. Dental disease is currently the most common problem in our pet population. Professional cleanings are highly recommended to help prevent disease. Patients are placed under general anesthesia and an ultrasonic scaler is used to remove and tartar and debri on the surface of the tooth as well as below the gumline.

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Digital Imaging

Digital imaging is a non-invasive diagnostic tool to help us evaluate what is happening internally. Our office offers both digital x-rays as well as ultrasonography. 

Radiography is a key element in viewing bones, and evaluating the heart, respiratory tract, and gastrointestinal tract.

Ultrasonography is used to help our team visualize the inner workings of our patients without the use of radiation. We commonly use ultrasound to confirm pregnancy, visualize the bladder and kidneys in depth, and check blood flow in major vessels.

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In-House Laboratory

At OVC, our skilled veterinarians and technicians, along with state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment help us to effectively diagnose your pet.

Examples of in-house diagnostics we offer are:

-Complete Blood Count

-Serum Electrolytes and Chemistries

-Urinalysis

-Intestinal Parasite Screening

-Cytology

-Heartworm and Tickborne Disease Screening

-Feline Leukemia and Immunodeficiency Virus Screening

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Laser Therapy

We are excited to offer Cold Laser Therapy to our patients.

This incredible technology is fast-acting and versatile. By utilizing Photobiomodulation (PMB), light energy is able to penetrate tissue to reach a target area resulting is decreased inflammation, and pain and will help speed-up the healing process. Our hospital uses laser therapy to assist in post-operative care, as well as treating acute and chronic conditions. This is a quick, non-invasive and painless treatment.

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Large Animal

Large Animal medicine generally refers to the treatment of equine and livestock. We offer both in-house and mobile service to the large animals of Clinton County and surrounding areas. It takes special care and expertise to treat these patients, so our medical team is comprised of highly trained staff who are experienced with these species. Our veterinarians are equipped to treat a wide variety of these patients including cattle, swine, sheep, goats, llamas, alpacas, and equine. We understand our large animal patients sometimes have unique needs and Dr. Gano, Dr. Allison, and Dr. Becker strive to offer the best care possible to them.

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Exotics

Here at Orchard Veterinary Care, we treat species commonly referred to as "exotics". Small mammals are becoming increasingly popular and we see all kinds of them. Some examples of small mammals commonly seen in our hospital include rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters and even mice. In addition to small mammals, we also treat avians (birds) from parrots to peacocks, and reptiles/amphibians like bearded dragons, turtles, and geckos. If you have an exotic patient that needs seen, Dr. Stull, Dr. Allison, and Dr. Becker are our current exotics DVMs.