Caring for your pet’s health and wellness often means avoiding problems before they become serious. Regular check-ups and examinations are an essential part of your pet’s health regimen, and we recommend that you bring your pet in for an exam at least once a year— sometimes more for young puppies/kittens or senior pets.
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When it comes to diagnosing a sick pet, one of the greatest challenges veterinarians face is that our patients cannot talk. They cannot tell us how they feel or what hurts where, and furthermore, many animals instinctively hide pain. Veterinarians overcome this obstacle by employing an array of diagnostic tools to identify issues quickly and accurately. At White Oak Veterinary Clinic, we have invested in state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment to ensure that your pet is diagnosed properly and receives appropriate treatment as soon as possible.
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Veterinary Pet Surgery
From routine procedures like spaying and neutering to emergency surgeries that can save your pet’s life, our history of surgical services gives us the capability and resources to handle a wide range of procedures. Read on to find out about the range of surgical services we offer for pets and find out how they can improve or correct your pet’s health and overall wellbeing.
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Pet Dental Services
Dental disease affects approximately 80% of cats and dogs by the time they’ve turned three years old. It can be painful and dangerous, but it also can be prevented and treated with attentive veterinary dental care at White Oak Veterinary Clinic.
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Laser therapy is a powerful way to help alleviate pain and treat specific symptoms in a non-invasive, pain-free way for your pet. Laser therapy combines the latest in veterinary technology with our team’s dedication to veterinary care.
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Puppy & Kitten Care
Your puppy or kitten has unique needs from fully-grown or mature pets. Everything from their vaccination schedule to the needs for spaying or neutering are very important for their short-term and long-term health. Fortunately, our team at White Oak has everything you need to get your puppy or kitten started on the path to a long and healthy life.
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Senior Pet Care
Have a pet who’s entered the later years of their life? Their needs are very unique as they experience the changes and physical deterioration that naturally occurs with old age. Fortunately, our expert team is deeply experienced with caring for senior pets and their unique health and wellness needs.
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