Dog getting cool in water

Hyperthermia and Heat Stroke

June 30, 2017 | in Pet Care, Pet Health

In the summer months, as pet owners, we want to take our dogs out for walks, hikes, to dog parks etc. Unfortunately, a pet can become over heated and we need to know how to prevent it, what to watch for, and what to do if it occurs. Hyperthermia may be …

Anxious dog in storm

Storm and Firework Anxiety

June 30, 2017 | in Pet Health

Does your pet have storm and firework anxiety? We have a solution…. With the summer season upon us as well as the Fourth of July, you may be at a loss of ways to help their pet who experiences fear and anxiety. As a pet owner, we encourage you to call …

Person clipping pet dog's nails

Nail Trimming

April 12, 2017 | in Pet Care

Doggie and Kitty Pedicures Does your pet stress themselves out when they need to come to get their nails trimmed? You can learn how to do them at home and make it less stressful for them. The items you will need to properly trim the nails are a set of …

Soapy dog in bath - pet care - grooming - hygiene

Pet Bathing

April 12, 2017 | in Pet Care

Do You Want to Give Your Pet a Spa Day at Home Without You Getting a Bath as Well? If so here are some tips to make it a fun and enjoyable time for both you and your pet.

** Update for the week of March 30th **


Office hours are Monday-Friday 8a-5p


Under the governor's current orders we are able to offer appointments for the following:

  • Sick patients
  • Vaccines that pose a public health risk such as Rabies and Leptospirosis vaccine
  • Initial series of puppy or kitten vaccines

Elective procedures and services are not being performed at this time in an effort to preserve Personal Protective Equipment for human hospitals.

We are continuing the curbside service at this time. When you arrive in the parking lot please call the office.

If you have any questions please feel free to call the office. We are here to help and of course, thank you for your continued support and understanding during this challenging time.

Dr. McGarry