A significant number of pets we see are senior citizens of the canine and feline world. We feel it is particularly important to monitor these pets routinely. It may be necessary to increase the frequency of physical exams for your older pet. Routine blood work and urinalysis are also important as many problems can be caught early, and therefore treated earlier. We look at each pet as an individual and make suggestions based on what we see, feel and learn from you. We realize that as your pet ages, many health changes such as arthritis can become more difficult to manage. It is our desire to help guide you in making healthcare decisions in your pets senior years.
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As of April 1st, we will require all our grooming and boarding patients to be fully vaccinated against Influenza.
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All purchases of 6 months of Advantage products will receive 20% off!
This includes Advantage, Advantage Multi & K9 Advantix.
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To provide your family pets with the highest quality medical care.
To honor the bond that exists between the pet and their families.
To have open communications with staff and clients to provide consistent care.
The staff and veterinarians at VVC are TRULY the best! They all GENUINELY care about my dogs. Their love and concern shows through in their sincere respect for every one of us. Knowing that my boys are in loving hands with Dr Ganter and her staff, I wouldn’t go any other place! THEY HAVE HEART!
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