Have you ever wondered if the vaccinations your pet receives are really needed? Although getting your pet into the car for the drive to the veterinarian's office isn't always easy, skipping vaccin ...View Article
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Comprehensive Examinations: annual wellness exams, sick animal exams
Surgical Services: routine spay and neuter, declaw, hernia repair, lumpectomy, exploratories, c-sections, and eye tacks to name a few. Please call our office for additional information.
Non-traditional pets: routine as well as sickness exams, oral exams, basic care consultations for small mammals such as ferrets, rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, prairie dogs, hedgehogs, birds, sugar gliders, and pigs
Dentistry: teeth cleaning and polishing, tooth extractions, and minor oral surgery
Parasite Testing: heartworm testing and fecal analysis; we recommend an annual heartworm test (via blood draw) and once a month heartworm prevention (oral medication) to prevent heartworm disease.
Flea Control Programs: topical or oral treatment and prevention for your pets, in home and yard treatments
Permanent identification: micro-chipping available through 24PetWatch
Pharmacy: vitamins, shampoos, flea and tick control products, heartworm preventatives, and a full line of prescription diets. We can special order anything your pet may need that we don't have in stock.
Emergency Care: please call 217-452-7236 for after-hours emergencies. If the doctors are available, they will promptly address the situation. If you need immediate assistance, please contact Animal Emergency Clinic in Springfield at 217-698-0870.
Euthanasia is defined as the act of ending an animal's life with dignity to prevent suffering. We know this is a difficult decision for any pet owner to make, but when the time comes, we will make the process as painless as possible for your pet.
There are a few burial options for you.
You may leave your pet in our care.
You may take your pet home to bury.
Another option is to have your pet cremated. With group cremation, your pet is cremated with the remains of other pets and the ashes are not returned to you. With private cremation, your pet is cremated in a small individual crematorium and is the only pet cremated at that time. The ashes are returned to you in three to four weeks.
You can upgrade your urn or order additional memorial items at this link.