Kitten Vaccinations
Adult Routine Vaccinations
Wellness Bloodwork
Digital Radiographs
Felv/ fiv testing
Preventative health care
Out-side lab (TVMDL, Cornell, Idexx, Abaxis)
Pineywoods Lab (In-house lab)
Basic grooming (bath, nail trim, ear cleaning)
Laser Therapy
Geriatric medicine
Emergency care

  • Blood work and your pet Understanding Your Pet’s Diagnostic Testing
    Understanding your pet’s test results Blood testing can frequently detect illness in your pet before we see any outward signs of disease. Testing gives us immediate insights that we might not otherwise discover. And, treating your pet early can lead to a better outcome and possibly lower treatment costs.
    Pets can’t say how they’re …
  • Understanding Your Pet’s Diagnostic Testing Blood Chemistries
    These common blood tests allow veterinarians to assess your pet’s overall health. Blood tests are often recommended in healthy pets, in pets about to undergo anesthesia and in sick pets. Interpretation of multiple tests in conjunction with one another (profiling) allows quick and noninvasive assessment of the major organ systems of the body.
    Understanding your pet’s test …
  • Ward Animal Hospital’s position on online pharmacies Because of the advertisements for mail order medication pharmacies such as PetMeds. We want to clarify our position on these products.
    We have an online pharmacy that has competitive pricing with other online pharmacies.
    A very important concern is the quality of the product.
    All of our products are shipped directly from the manufacturer and stored appropriately.
    The manufacturers …
  • Heartworm Guidelines The Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC) has altered guidelines after evidence of preventive-resistant Diofilaria immitis strains was presented at the American Association of Veterinary Parasitologists Conference at the end of July in Chicago.
    Researchers have now identified heartworm isolates from the Mississippi Delta region that develop in adult dogs receiving routine monthly heartworm preventives.

    This means treatment …

  • How to change your pets’ food without upsetting their stomach. This is a simple chart to follow so that the new food does not upset your fur kids tummy.
  • Protect your pet! Fleas and ticks– if you have wildlife or stray animals around your home then your pets should be protected.
    Heartworm disease– standing water around your home is a breeding ground for those pesky mosquitoes, which can cause heartworms
    Canine topical flea prevention

    Vectra 3D-Provides a 6-way protection: repels and kills fleas, ticks mosquitoes, biting lice, sand flies and …

  • Summer Tips Here are a few tips to keep your pet safe during the long hot dog days of summer
    Avoiding heatstroke
    Limiting and supervising time outdoors during the hottest hours of the day is also important for your pets because when it’s hot for you, it’s probably even hotter for them. Dogs aren’t as efficient at cooling down …
  • Top 5 Holiday Dangers for Pets Preventive Measures Can Save Pets
    The holidays are a festive time for us and our pets. However, due to ongoing activities and constant distractions, we can easily overlook potential dangers to our four-legged family members.
    Take preventive measures to protect your pets this holiday season. Being aware of these top five dangers could save you a trip …
  • Winter pet care Cold weather can be hard on pets, just like it can be hard on people. Sometimes owners forget that their pets are just as accustomed to the warm shelter of the indoors as they are.
    Some owners will leave their animals outside for extended periods of time, thinking that all animals are adapted to live outdoors. …
  • Winter Tips For Your Pets Winter is on its way and now is the time to start preparing for the cold months ahead.

    Don’t leave your pet outside for long periods of time.
    Towel or blow-dry a wet pet.
    Don’t leave your pet alone in a car for long periods of time. The car can hold in the cold.
    Antifreeze is poisonous to pets, although …