Steele Creek Animal Hospital

9729 S. Tryon St. Charlotte NC, 28273

General Description

At least once a year your pet should receive a complete physical examination to look for any existing medical problems that may compromise his/her health. Early detection of health problems can allow for prompt treatment that will reverse or moderate the impact of the disease process. Many vaccinations and preventive treatments are available to aid in health maintenance. Our staff believes strongly in preventive medicine. We are ultimately dedicated to keeping your pet healthy and comfortable so that you may enjoy the special rewards a pet can bring to your life. Physical examinations Vaccinations Internal and external parasite control a) Wellness Programs - These programs offer a combination of routine pet health care services and more extensive diagnostic laboratory testing services. A variety of Wellness packages are available allowing you and your pet's doctor to select the diagnostic work-up most advantageous to your pet based on age and life style. b) Senior Pet Care - As an extension of our Wellness plans, senior pets receive 15% "Senior Pet" discount on other diagnostics including blood pressure check, chest or abdominal radiographs, electrocardiogram if needed to complete their Wellness evaluation. Companion Animal Medical Care Physical examinations Professional monitoring of hospitalized patients Intensive / critical care Allergy testing / treatment Chemotherapy Specialist referrals PennHip Procedure Surgical Care Prior to surgery, each patient receives a thorough physical examination to identify any existing medical conditions that might endanger your pet's health. Because not all problems can be detected on examination we also suggest preanesthetic blood & urine testing. These tests not only give us a more complete picture of your pet's health but also allow us to tailor an anesthetic regime specifically for your pet Pain management is a part of our pre-operative, intra-operative and post-operative anesthetic and medical protocol. All surgical patients including those undergoing routine procedures such as ovariohysterectomy or castrations receive pain control medications Anesthesia monitoring Trained veterinary technician Pulse oximetry Electrocardiogram Blood pressure monitor Surgical Procedures (partial list) Ovariohysterectomy / Castration Ear Surgery Mass Removal / Biopsies Anal Sacculectomy Intestinal Surgery Cystotomy, Urethrostomy Ophthalmic Surgery Orthopedic Surgery Dentistry /Periodontal Surgery Good dental care is as important for your pet as it is for you. Proper dental care not only prevents bad breath and periodontal disease but also prevents infection spreading through the blood stream to your pet's liver, kidneys and heart. This bacterial shower can lead to permanent organ damage affecting your pet's overall health. Dental Prophylactic Cleaning Polishing Dental Radiology (X-rays) Extractions Periodontal Care / Surgery Pain Control Oral Surgery Puppy / Kitten Dental Evaluations Home Dental Care Instruction and Products "Pocket Pets" Medical / Surgical care for ferrets, rabbits, hamsters, rats and guinea pigs Diagnostic Services In house laboratory services Diagnostic laboratory (off site) services Radiology, including dental radiology Blood pressure monitoring Electrocardiology Ocular tonometry Dispensing Pharmacy / Pet Supplies Prescription Medications Pet Care Products Premium Quality Diets (prescription and non prescription) Identification Systems We realize the loss of a family pet can be devastating. We offer several options for identifying your pet that will aid in recovery should that pet be lost or stolen. AVID Microchips Tattoos Identification Tags Nutritional Counseling Behavioral Counseling & Referrals Boarding Cats - Separate accommodations from dogs Dogs are individually walked three time daily which allows for more personal attention and observation. Bathing Routine & therapeutic Rehabilitation and Medical Acupuncture are now available At Steele Creek Animal Hospital

Detailed Info:

Address:9729 S. Tryon St.
Charlotte, NC 28273

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