Our services include, but are not limited to:

Preventative Care and Vaccinations

We are here for you through all life stages of your pet.  We strive to prevent illness in your pet through client education, conducting annual or biannual comprehensive physical exams, controlling internal and external parasites, vaccinating and performing specialized blood testing.

Internal Medicine

We cover several areas of internal medicine, including but not limited to: gastroenterology, neurology, dermatology, cardiology, respiratory disease, endocrinology, ophthalmology and otology.


Our staff veterinarians have the capability of performing many elective as well as non elective surgical procedures.

Preanesthetic Blood Testing

Just as your doctor would run a blood test before your surgery, we do the same for pets. A preanesthetic blood test is like an internal physical exam that will check organ function and identify unknown organ problems. Preanesthetic testing lets us create a generalized anesthetic plan for your pet and avoid potential complications during surgery. Weʼll also have a baseline for your petʼs medical history. If the test results are within normal ranges, we will proceed with the surgery. If results arenʼt within normal ranges, we can alter the anesthetic procedure or take other precautions to safeguard your petʼs health which may include postponing the anesthetic procedure.

Dental Care

Regular professional cleanings are key to maintaining your pet's teeth. Our dental services include routine cleaning and polishing, tooth extractions and minor oral surgery. We also offer a variety of dental care products and diets.

Digital Dental Radiology (x-rays)

Oral radiographs (standard in human dentistry) have recently become an essential tool in the maintenance of our pets' oral health. Each of our dental patients will benefit from oral charting and digital radiographs. These allow us to obtain a diagnosis and formulate a treatment plan allowing the necessary therapy to be performed during your pet's anesthetic procedure. Radiographs serve as a medical record of the patient's dental disease and are shared with you. This way you can better understand the state of your pet's dental disease, the need for the treatment performed, and the importance of follow-up visits & home care preventatives.
Dental radiographs which show the inside of the tooth and root are important because much of the tooth disease lies below the gum line and is not obvious on physical inspection alone. The only way to evaluate the root structure, the inside of the tooth and the supportive bone is to take radiographs. Many treatment decisions are based on these radiographic findings.

Ophthalmology Diagnostics & Treatment

Our diagnostic capabilities include ocular cytology, corneal stains, schirmer tear testing and tonometry. We treat ocular disease both medically and surgically.

Video Otoscopy

Fiber optic scope for advanced ear diagnostics.

Pain Management

We work closely with clients to recognize and alleviate pain in their pets.

Digital Radiology

Digital radiographs help our veterinarians evaluate muscular-skeletal, cardiovascular, respiratory, gastrointestinal, reproductive and urinary systems.

Nutritional Counseling

All pets benefit from a balanced diet. Our staff can help you select a diet that will keep your pet happy, healthy and active.

Pocket Pets

We also see pocket pets - rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters etc... Nutrition, husbandry, regular exams and early attention to health matters is critical for the well being of these small pets. 


We offer boarding to our clients in a safe, caring, doctor-supervised environment. The kennel includes a variety of cage sizes, as well as a separate feline boarding area. The staff takes care of boarders in the morning and evening seven days a week. Dogs are also leash walked at this time in our large, grassy, fenced backyard.

Laboratory Work

Our in-house laboratory allows us to run such tests as urinalyses, fecal parasite testing, ear and skin cytologies, CBCs, chemistry profiles, FELV, FIV, feline heartworm tests, Giardia, Lyme, Ehrlichia, Anaplasma, canine heartworm tests, fine needle aspirates, and skin scrapes. Results are usually obtained within minutes. In addition, we utilize outside laboratory services for specialized diagnostics and consultations.


Microchips are small permanent identification devices (about the size of a grain of rice) that contain a unique series of numbers and letters. They are implanted under the skin between the shoulder blades of a pet. The number of the microchip is registered to your pet's name in a national registry. A lost pet can be scanned at a shelter, veterinary hospital or police department to recover the number. The national registry is then contacted so your pet can come home to you. We offer the most widely used microchip products to increase the chance of a safe recovery.

Fully Stocked Pharmacy

We stock a wide range of the best veterinary medications in the animal health care field.

Euthanasia Services

Our compassionate staff helps clients say goodbye to their pets in a dignified manner. Services include taking care of the remains as directed by the client.


Sullivan Family Pet Hospital