We’re a full service veterinary clinic. Services we offer include spays and neuters, dentistry, vaccinations, parasite control, and everything else in between to help keep your pet healthy and happy!
Puppy and Kitten Visits:
Adopting a new puppy or kitten? Be sure to give us a call! We offer a complimentary “New Pet Health Exam” to help you and your friend start off on the right “paw” together. During this initial visit we will make recommendations and discuss health topics relevant to your new family member to ensure a healthy start to his or her life!
It has become increasingly evident that pet oral care is as vitally important to the overall health of our pets as our oral care is to ours. A good oral health program at home can be extremely helpful in the prevention of dental disease.
There is no one program that suits every animal’s needs. At Tsolum Mobile Veterinary Health we design individual parasite control programs based on your family’s lifestyle and your pet’s exposure risks.
Emergencies are never easy, but we’re here to help you through them. Certain preparations can help minimize stress should an emergency ever happen.
The decision to euthanize your pet is a very difficult one, and the veterinarians here at Tsolum are here to help you through this incredibly trying time.
The key to keeping these pesky creatures away from our pets and out of our homes is prevention. We have a multitude of products to help you do just that. The veterinarians here can help you decide which one is right for you and your pet.
Proper identification can mean the difference between your lost pet finding it’s way home to you or not. Make sure to check out the different options available to you so that you can be prepared should the unthinkable happen.
It is estimated that 40% of pets are overweight, or even obese, which can lead to a variety of health problems, such as mobility problems, diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. Fortunately, there are a variety of options available to help your pet maintain an optimal weight.
Pets are living longer due to advancing veterinary care and balanced nutrition. We want pet owners to understand that age is not a disease, and many of the common diseases seen in aging animals can be easily managed if detected early.
Spay and Neuter
Pet overpopulation is a major problem in today’s world. By spaying and neutering, we can help reduce the number of pets without homes. Not only that, but there are numerous other benefits to having your pet sterilized.
Vaccinations are one of the easiest ways we can protect our pets from disease, allowing them to live a long, healthy life. There are different options for your pet, so be sure to discuss them with the veterinarians here at Tsolum.