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General Wellness 

We recommend routine health exams for all pets. This gives your veterinarian the opportunity to monitor changes in your pet and make sure they are as healthy as possible. Your veterinarian can make recommendations on vaccines, bloodwork, nutrition and much more! 


Pet Exams


What to expect:

  • Full physical exam 

  • Body condition and weight monitoring 

  • Vaccinations, if due

  • Parasite prevention recommendations 

  • Nutrition consultation, if needed

  • Behavior consultation, if needed 


Other services 

  • Annual heartworm and tick-borne disease monitoring 

  • FeLV/FIV testing for cats 

  • Annual bloodwork 

  • Urinalysis

  • Fecal testing 




  • Rabies- required by law for all pets over 4 months of age 

  • DA2PP- protects against distemper virus, adenovirus, parainfluenza and parvovirus 

  • Leptospirosis 

  • Bordetella (kennel cough) 

  • Lyme 

  • Canine Influenza 


  • Rabies- required by law for all pets over 4 months of age 

  • Feline RCP-Ch- protects against rhinotrachetitis, calicivirus, panleukopenia and chlamydia 

  • FeLV/ FIV – recommended for outdoor cats 


Our team will work with you to provide the vaccines that best suit your pet’s lifestyle!


Puppy and Kitten Exams 

It’s important to get your new pet off to a healthy start and that starts with a trip to the veterinarian! During your welcome visit we can make health recommendations specific to your new pet and answer any questions that you may have about your new family member. 


What to Expect: 

  • Full Physical Exam 

  • Fecal testing 

  • Vaccines 

  • Parasite prevention 

  • Weight check 

  • Nutrition recommendations 

  • Training, enrichment, and socialization recommendations 


We are proud to offer puppy and kitten packages! We provide a full, easy to follow schedule for vaccines and wellness visits during your pet’s first year. With the purchase of a package at your pet’s first appointment, you will receive a discount on their wellness exams and vaccines during their first year. Additionally, you will receive a discount on your pet’s spay or neuter if performed before your pet is one year old. 

For full information and pricing, ask one of our veterinary technicians or assistants!

General Wellness


Spay and Neuter

Spaying or neutering your pet can help them live a longer and healthier life. In addition to preventing unwanted litters, spay and neuter reduces the incidence of certain type of cancers and other conditions such as pyometra. Furthermore, spay and neuter plays an important role in controlling the stray pet population. 


We offer safe and effective spay and neuter surgeries at our Galena office! 


Soft Tissue Surgery 

 Soft tissue surgeries are used to treat many medical conditions not involving bones. These can range from mass removals to abdominal surgery. Our veterinarians are trained to perform a variety of surgeries from routine spay and neuters to more advanced procedures. 

  • Spay/ neuter 

  • Mass removal 

  • Cystotomy (removing bladder stones)

  • Exploratory laparotomy and foreign body removal 

  • Splenectomy (spleen removal) 

  • Gastric dilatation volvulus (GDV) repair 

  • Gastropexy 

  • Perineal urethrostomy (PU)

  • Basic eye surgery 

  • C-section 


We are also work with a traveling, board certified small animal surgeon who comes right to our clinic to perform more advanced soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries.


No matter what surgery your pet undergoes, rest assured that we adhere to the highest safety and wellness standards. 

  • Pre surgical bloodwork, if indicated 

  • Anesthetic monitoring

    • Electrocardiogram (ECG), respirations, CO2 and oxygenation level, temperature, blood pressure

  • Post anesthetic monitoring for a smooth recovery 

  • Pain management


Dental Care 


Your pet’s oral hygiene is important to their overall health and well-being. Clean teeth promotes fresh breath and reduces plaque and tartar build up that can lead to gingivitis and periodontal disease. We perform complete dental cleanings for dogs and cats at our Galena location. Due to the nature of the procedure, your pet will undergo general anesthesia so that we can perform a safe and thorough cleaning. 


Dental services

  • Detailed evaluation of the whole mouth 

  • Full mouth digital X- rays 

  • Ultrasonic scaling to remove tartar 

  • Polishing of each tooth to smooth enamel 

  • Extractions of damaged or broken teeth if needed 


Our clinic offers several in house options for diagnostics so that we can provide fast and reliable information about your pet’s health. 

  • Complete blood counts (CBC) 

  • Blood biochemistry 

  • Urinalysis 

  • Cytology 

  • Heart worm and tick-borne disease testing 

  • FeLV/FIV testing 

  • Fecal exams 

  • Digital radiographs (X-rays) 

  • Ultrasound 

  • Sample collection for referral laboratories 

End of life care 


One of the hardest parts about pet ownership is deciding when to say goodbye to your beloved companion. Our veterinary team will work with you to help decide when it is time, and we will help your pet pass with the upmost respect and dignity. We greatly cherish the trust you give us in caring for your pet through their life and as they cross over the rainbow bridge. 


We offer humane euthanasia for cats and dogs in our clinic or in the comfort of your home. Whichever location you decide, we will make every effort to make sure the process is smooth and stress free for you and your beloved pet. 



Owners can choose home burial or cremation. 

We use Midwest Cremation Services as our professional pet cremation services. MCS offers both private and group cremation services and a variety of memorial items to keep your pet’s memory alive forever. 

Dental Care
End of Life Care
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