At Hodges Animal Hospital, the husband-and-wife team of Dr. Kantimahanthi and Dr. Gadiyaram oversees a staff of fellow animal lovers that carries out veterinary procedures, cares for boarding pets, and grooms cats and dogs. The doctors perform diagnostics, such as screenings for heartworm and feline leukemia, and seek owners' consent before tackling urgent surgeries and critical-care treatments. Pet owners are allowed to stay by their pet's side at all times, whether the pet is undergoing a routine checkup or emergency belly rub. The staff also practices microchipping, in which a small chip is embedded beneath a pet's skin to help track it in case it gets lost and needs to email back home.
Pet Doctors of America is dedicated to providing the finest possible care for your pet. You never need an appointment, and you’ll always be served by licensed veterinarians and a friendly, compassionate staff. And thanks to our posted prices, you’ll know the cost of any service the moment you walk in.
It might be surprising that out of a team of surgery, cardiology, neurology, and dentistry specialists, not one has ever performed a procedure on a person. That’s because these board-certified medical professionals prefer their patients to be covered in fur or feathers. Dr. David Menard leads Millhopper Veterinary Medical Center’s team of vets and vet techs in medical services that range from standard vaccination and sterilization procedures to more specialized treatments such as cancer therapy and acupuncture consultations. To perform each treatment as effectively as possible, the veterinarians call on a high-tech trove of medical technology that includes digital radiography equipment, camera-mounted endoscopes, and laser surgery devices. Meanwhile, an onsite pharmacy vends prescribed medications for all animal ailments, including tennis ball jaw. For pet parents going out of town, the center’s boarding resort houses cats, dogs, birds, and exotic pets in their own separate, climate-controlled facilities.
With two locations, Atlantic Animal Hospitals doesn't take time off from ensuring the health of cats, dogs, and exotic pets. Their veterinarians and assistants work seven days a week, administering all sorts of care: general exams, dermatology, dentistry, surgery, and other services. They can also board pets that need a vacation.
If pets can't join their human families on a Caribbean cruise or a Parisian getaway, they should at least stay somewhere comfortable. At Paddock Park Animal Care Center's sprawling, homey facilities, four-legged family members have their pick of indoor runs, outdoor play areas, and kennels outfitted for optimal relaxation. A caring staff pampers boarders, and skilled veterinarians address the health of each pet with both traditional and herbal medicines that tackle heart disease, dermatological issues, and arthritis brought on by incessant poker playing.