Pet Health at Fairview Veterinary Hospital Is an All Ages Activity
Advances in science, technology, nutrition, and preventative care are ensuring that pets live longer than ever before. At Fairview Veterinary Hospital, we realize that a vital part of this longevity comes from the bond between pet and owner.
We are focused on providing the best in veterinary healthcare, strengthening that bond and helping pet owners learn the best methods to keep their pets happy, for life.
Regular Wellness Exams
It is important to keep your pet on a regular healthcare examination schedule. Staying current with vaccinations and exams provides an important defense against illness and is the first step in maintaining a long and healthy life for your pet.
We recommend annual exams for all pets, as well as the creation of individual nutrition plans tailored for your pet’s individual health. Here are some of the important healthcare services we provide for your four-legged friends:
- Puppy and kitten care
- Senior pet care
- Pet nutrition
- Vaccinations and parasite prevention
Relationships Are Key
An all-important component of the animal’s health and wellness is the special relationship between pet and owner. At Fairview Veterinary Hospital we strive to deliver personal service and a family atmosphere in a welcoming and intimate setting. We want you to feel comfortable and confident as a valued partner in your pet’s healthcare team.
Our staff and veterinarians always make you and your pet our first priority as we deliver caring and compassionate service.
Common Health Issues
Dogs and cats have different needs. Each year during your regular examination, your veterinarian will check for any issues that may threaten your pet, including cardiovascular disease, endocrine disease, trauma, toxins and more. If any signs of illness show, your veterinarian will work with you to schedule a routine of appointments and treatment tailored specifically to your pet’s needs.
On the Web
- USA Today article on a current crisis in pet health
- American Veterinary Medical Association’s AVMA TV videos
- WebMD Cat Care Guide
- WebMD Dog Care Guide