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We're pleased to offer the following services at Fischer Animal Hospital

We are a fully functional veterinary hospital with three full-time doctors and support staff.  Through preventative care, diagnostic testing, and education, we offer the best possible care for every stage of life.

Preventative Care:

  • Complete Physical Examination
  • Nail Trims
  • Anal Gland Expression
  • Canine & Feline Vaccinations
  • Routine deworming
  • Heartworm prevention/treatment
  • Flea and tick preventative
  • Labwork for senior pets (6+ years)
  • Microchipping
  • Pharmaceutical Services


Diagnostic Care:

  • In house blood work
  • Urinalysis in house
  • Stool analysis 
  • Radiographs
  • Ultrasound through VIS (http://vetimaging.net/)


Surgical Care:

  • Canine & Feline Spay
  • Canine & Feline Neuter
  • Dental Cleaning & Extractions
  • Soft tissue surgeries
  • Orthopedic procedures**

**Orthopedic procedures are performed by Jennifer Wardlaw, DVM, MS, DACVS.  To learn more about Dr. Wardlaw, please visit her website http://www.gatewayvetsurgery.com/ 


All surgical patients must be patients of Fischer Animal Hospital and must have up to date vaccinations.  Canine patients must have an up to date heartworm test.  Patients over the age of 6 years must have blood work prior to surgery to assess anesthetic risk.  


End of Life Care:


As medicine advances so does the life expectancy of our companions. That is why it is important to recognize the signs of pain.  If you think your pet is experiencing chronic pain, please refer to the following guide from the American Animal Hospital Association:
painmngt_dogcathandouts-web.pdf


Behavioral changes are often written off as "just old age".  Many symptoms are treatable.  To help your veterinarian better assess your senior pet's behavioral changes, please refer to the Senior Behavior Screen under Patient Forms.



Euthanasia:

Saying goodbye is never easy.  Saying it to a friend who has loved you unconditionally for many years is even harder. Those of us who work in animal health understand the difficulty of making this decision.  We are not here to judge or push and will only seek to keep our patients comfortable and help you through this difficult time.  
pet_euth_brochure.pdf
pet_loss_brochure.pdf


For those with questions regarding care of remains, we use Loving Hearts Pet Cremation.  For more information on Loving Hearts, visit  http://www.lovingheartspet.com/

 

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