The loving staff at the AAHA- and AVMA-certified Caring Hearts Animal Hospital recognizes that pets are treasured members of the family. At the head of the facility are Drs. Lorie White and Laura Morefield, who oversee a practice equipped with comprehensive medical and surgical facilities. With more than 22 years of veterinary experience each, Drs. White and Morefield treat pets with acupuncture, behavioral medicine, dentistry, and emergency care. To that end, their animal hospital contains a lab and pharmacy, as well as radiology, surgery, examination, grooming, and boarding areas. Trainers also lead puppy and behavior classes, ensuring pups can lead obedient lives and will never eat dessert with a salad fork.
At first glance, Fullwood Animal Hospital might look like a hospital for humans. Only diminutive treatment tables and a row of boarding cages hint that its pristine, professional spaces are actually for healing pets. The hospital boasts all equipment necessary to diagnose and treat animals: an X-ray, ECG machine, a surgical suite with anesthesia. There's even a lab on-site, so some basics parasite and urinalysis tests can undergo analysis quickly.
At Sharon Lakes Animal Hospital, a team of five veterinarians provide both preventative and emergency care for companion animals, treating everything from soft tissue injuries to tooth decay. The diagnostics department uses ultrasounds, digital x-rays, and lab services to determine if your pet has a medical condition, while cold-laser treatments can relive pain from a variety of common conditions including arthritis and cystitis. Though they specialize in medical care, the staff can also watch pets while you're on vacation, boarding them in private rooms or kennels where they can relax and count the days until their house takeover is complete.