We emphasize preventative care at Highland Animal Hospital through routine annual physical exams. These visits help us keep your friend on track, as well as identify potential problems and treat them before they become significant issues.
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Pets can’t tell us exactly what’s wrong or where they’re experiencing pain or discomfort, so it’s important that you have a trusted veterinary expert who can help identify the source of issues in your pet.
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Veterinary Pet Surgery
Surgery may be recommended for a wide range of reasons—from routine spay and neuter procedures to emergency intervention that might save your pet's life. Explore our full range of surgical services to discover exactly what we offer at Highland Animal Hospital.
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Pet Dental Services
It’s important not to neglect your pet’s oral health. After all, our animals use their mouths much more than even humans do. Dental disease, plaque buildup, and other oral health concerns are best treated early before they become major issues.
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Complementary therapies can help provide additional benefits to your pet beyond the standard procedures we offer. Laser therapy is one of our most popular complementary therapies.
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Puppy & Kitten Care
Helping owners care for their new puppies and kittens is a priority for our team here at Highland Animal Hospital. After all, these young and developing pets require special care and attention to ensure that they’re healthy—and stay healthy as they grow.
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Exotic Pet Care
At Highland Animal Hospital, we recognize that animal best friends come in all shapes and sizes. We love our dogs and cats, but our expert team is also trained to treat exotic pets including rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs, hamsters, rats, mice, most reptiles and some amphibians.
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Senior Pet Care
Senior pets can bring a whole new kind of joy and love to families, with their mellow spirits and desire to simply be with you. Senior pets do, however, need special care to keep them happy, healthy, and as pain-free as possible in their later years.
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