Advanced Pain Management At T.A.H. we are committed to providing your pet with a life free from pain whenever possible. Pain management techniques continue to evolve and we make it a priority to maintain up-to-date pain management practices. The doctors at T.A.H. work hard to provide an individualized pain management for all our patients – when it comes to pain there is no “one size fits all”!
Anesthesia T.A.H. uses the highest quality anesthetics on all patients. Each anesthetized patient is monitored by a Licensed Veterinary Technician from the moment of induction, throughout the procedure, until they are fully recovered. We also monitor each surgery patient’s heart and respiratory rates, body temperature and arterial oxygen levels (using pulse oximeters). While in recovery, each patient is cared for and monitored by a dedicated Recovery Assistant until they are independent and stable.
Behavioral Consults and Management Behavioral problems are one of the leading causes of death for dogs and cats in the United States today. At T.A.H. we understand that physical health is not enough – emotional wellbeing is important too! Early and appropriate diagnosis and treatment of behavioral illnesses is paramount for ensuring a happy, healthy existence. Our doctors are happy to discuss your pet’s behavioral and emotional concerns including, but not limited to: separation anxiety, noise phobia, inappropriate elimination and aggression. We are committed to providing a comprehensive approach to behavioral wellness so that the bond between you and your pet stays strong for years to come!
Blood Transfusion In the event of a medical situation where your pet requires a blood transfusion, we are equipped and ready to provide this important service. T.A.H. has special feline and canine blood donors to help care for those in need.
Cancer Diagnostic, Chemotherapy and Support A diagnosis of cancer often brings with it feelings of overwhelming fear, loss of control and hopelessness. This hopelessness is the most frightening thing of all. When we face the diagnosis of cancer in a beloved pet, we may feel weighted with a great responsibility. We must make important, life-changing decisions for a creature that relies totally on our judgment for its well-being. Your pet not only shares your home, your life and your experiences, but also your heart. Seeking the most appropriate care will allow you to spend as much quality time as possible with your special friend. We will provide you the information and tools you need to not only make a decision on what is best for your pet but also to accomplish it.
Dental Care Providing your pet with proper dental care is very important to their health and a meaningful act of devotion. Our Comprehensive Oral Health Assessment and Treatment procedures are personalized for each individual pet to properly treat their condition – whether we are preventing damage or treating it, your pet will receive the highest quality care either surgically or with at-home treatments.
Geriatric Care Studies have shown that our pets are moving from “middle age” to “senior citizen” at 7 years of age. This is the best time to begin screening or looking for potential problem areas in your pet’s health. Early detection offers the best opportunity for treatment options and optimal long term outcomes. Ask about T.A.H.’s Golden Paws Society - our annual membership program you can enroll your senior pet in to reduce healthcare costs throughout the year.
Immunization and Wellness Care T.A.H. is devoted to your pet’s health and knows the best way to keep your pet healthy is by prevention. Yearly exams and personalized immunization schedules are created to protect your pet against deadly diseases and prevent genetic issues from further development.
In-House Diagnostics We have a complete in-house laboratory where we routinely perform complete blood counts (CBC), chemistry profiles, fecal parasite checks, urinalysis, fungal cultures and a variety of serology procedures. We also utilize commercial and university veterinary laboratories for specialized diagnostics and consultations. Microchipping A lost pet is one of a pet owner’s greatest fears. Microchipping is an efficient way to know your pet is identifiable if they ever go astray. It offers a level of permanency that collars and tags cannot. The HomeAgain microchip, the size of a single grain of rice, is placed under your pet’s skin. The chip holds your pet's identification number, readable by a scanner, which HomeAgain uses to access the contact information you provided.
Monthly Parasite Prevention T.A.H. carries only the highest quality of monthly prevention for your pets, available to our clients in bulk or individual doses. Based on your pet’s needs, we can help you select the best monthly prevention of heartworms, intestinal parasites, fleas and ticks.
Nutritional & Dietary Counseling The proper diet is important to your pet at every stage of life. T.A.H. will help you determine what type of diet your pet needs. For your convenience, we carry prescription diets for pets with special needs including Hills, Iams and Royal Canin. If we do not carry your pet’s diet as a standard, often we can special order the food for you. Pharmacy and Pet Care Products To save our clients time and money, we maintain a fully stocked pharmacy so that we can fill your pet’s prescriptions while you're in the office. We also stock an assortment of pet care products including shampoos, household odor control products, home care dental products and pet treats. Radiology Our on-site, modern digital radiology (X-Ray) equipment provides fast, high quality images to aid in the diagnosis of many disorders. Radiology services include: thoracic, abdominal and skeletal (including O.F.A. Certification) evaluations as well as ultrasounds of the abdomen and chest. Additionally, our digital radiography system makes it easy for our doctors to consult with specialists when necessary for those unusual or especially difficult cases.
Ultrasound Diagnostics This non-invasive, state-of-the-art technology uses sound waves to painlessly examine specific internal organs, primarily the heart and abdominal organs.