Wellness exams

  • One of our goals at TLC Veterinary Hospital is to provide guidance and ensure that veterinary visits lead to early disease detection and prevention. An important component is emphasis of yearly wellness exams for young cats and dogs and biannual wellness exams for our pets over the age of 8 (depending on size and breed).


  • We have appropriate vaccinations to suit the varying lifestyles of our patients. Because prevention is such an important part of ensuring a healthy life, it is imperative that our clients are educated on this part of their pet's health.

  • Canine Vaccinations Offered

    • Rabies, Distemper Combination, Leptospirois, Bordetella, Lyme

  • Feline Vaccinations Offered

    • Rabies, Distemper Combination, Feline Leukemia​

Diagnostic Services

  • We are able to perform many in-house diagnostic procedures, providing results for your pet during your visit.  Some of the tests most commonly run include, but are not limited to:

  • CBC - Complete blood count, gives information regarding red and white blood cells and platelets.

  • Comprehensive Panel - Blood chemistry test, shows how vital organs are functioning.

  • T4 - Thyroid function test.

  • Heartworm (4DX)-Tests for Heartworm Disease (transmitted via mosquito) and 4 tick borne diseases.

  • FeLv/FIV test is a blood test for our feline patients to detect two very contagious viruses.

  • Fecal parasite screenings are recommended twice a year.

  • Urinalysis/Sediment - Detects bladder inflammation and/or infection.

  • Digital Radiographs - X-rays are a very useful diagnostic tool as they can help give a better picture of what might be going on inside of an animal's body.  Digital dental radiographs give a better picture of the mouth and teeth, especially below the gumline.

  • Ultrasonography - Diagnostic imaging tool, especially useful in obtaining urine samples and visualizing organs.



Specialty and Surgical Services:

  • Spay (Ovariohysterectomy): The procedure of spaying your female pet involves the removal of both ovaries as well as the uterus. 

  • Neuter: The procedure of neutering your male pet involves the removal of both testicles.

  • Dental: At TLC Veterinary Hospital we believe preventative dental care is extremely important for our patients. However, when regular brushing and other measures just aren't quite enough, we recommend dental cleaning. This procedure requires the animal to be put under general anesthesia so we are able to clean and polish each individual tooth.  Digital dental radiographs are recommended as a preventative measure and are sometimes necessary to treat an issue found during this routine procedure. 

  • Tumor Removals: This surgery is commonly done to remove problematic growths. It is common, especially in older animals, to have fatty growths or other types of tumors. 

  • Ultrasounds: If a problem cannot be diagnosed with x-rays, lab work, etc., sometimes an ultrasound is recommended. We will contact one of our highly qualified specialists and schedule a session at your convenience.

  • Endoscopy: All three of our veterinarians are experienced in endoscopic procedures. Endoscopies are a less invasive way of retrieving foreign bodies, performing biopsies, or just getting a better look at what might be going on inside an animal's G.I. tract.