The health of our patients, clients and staff is always our top priority..
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Your Best Friend’s Best Friend
Her exuberant greeting at the end of a long day warms your heart and makes everything all right. His purring on your lap while you sip your morning coffee is your favorite sound on earth. They are much more than pets; for many of us they are our most loyal and attentive companions.
At Total Veterinary Care®, we know how much you love your best friends, and we want to make sure they are healthy and happy for the rest of their lives. From routine vaccinations to life-saving surgery, and everything in between, we will provide the highest quality care for your best friends for years to come.
Concerned your pet isn’t well, but worried about the costs? Our Total Care Wellness Plans can help!
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To best care for your pet, we offer preventative services, critical care, and everything in between.
Check out our on-going and limited-time offers to find ways to save on your pet care costs.
Check Out Our Blog Posts
Dental Disease: What to Watch For
At Total Veterinary Care®, we believe you are your pet’s best oral health advocate! Problems with your furry friend’s mouth and teeth often lead to a variety of other problems. One 2018 study found that almost 90% of all canine patients had some degree of periodontal (mouth- or teeth-related) disease.…Read More
February is National Pet Dental Health Month, and it’s a great time to focus on the dental health of our pets.
Why Do Pets Need Dental Exams and Cleanings? At Total Veterinary Care®, a health check-up includes a thorough examination of your pet’s mouth, teeth and tissues. Our doctors will ask about your pet’s nutrition, treats, chewing habits, and whether you brush your pet’s teeth. Creating an at-home oral hygiene routine…Read More
Diabetes and Senior Pets—Identification and Care
Although diabetes can occur in any pet, young or old, it is most common in older pets. The team at Total Veterinary Care® encourages you to seek our advice on early detection. And if your pet is diagnosed with diabetes, we can help you monitor and manage it in order…Read More
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