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Leptospirosis TreatmentLeptospirosis is a serious pathogen that can lead to acute kidney failure in both humans and dogs. Vaccination is recommended for all dogs that have outdoor exposure since the disease severity may be significantly decreased in a vaccinated dog. It is NON-CORE.
Parvovirus Infection TreatmentDogs should be vaccinated against Distemper, Hepatitis, Leptospirosis, Parainfluenza, Parvovirus, Coronavirus, and Rabies. In addition, dogs which will be boarded, groomed, or going to training classes should receive a Bordatella (kennel cough) vaccine. Other dogs may need a Lymes disease vaccine. Adult dogs should have an annual blood test to check for heartworm disease. We advise that your dog be kept on heartworm prevention all year long.
Feline Retro Virus TreatmentCats should be immunized against Panleukopenia, Rhinotracheitis, Calcivirus, Chlamydia, and Rabies. Outdoor cats (or those exposed to outdoor cats) should also be vaccinated against Feline Leukemia virus. New kittens and cats with unknown backgrounds should be tested for Feline Leukemia Virus and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus before exposure to other cats. We are now recommending that all cats also receive heartworm preventative medication year-round.
Ear Infection TreatmentClient Testimony: â€œMy 11 year old English Lab is the most precious being to me. She has been a source of inspiration that never fails. She endured two â€œknee replacementâ€ surgeries at 2 and 3 years old. She developed Diabetes at age 10 and has lost most of her vision. If this wasnâ€™t enough, she has extensive arthritis and at one point was taking 2 or more Rimadyl (an antiinflammatory) and 4 Tramadol (for pain) per day.
Urinary Tract Infection Treatment
Veterinary OphthalmologyA: A senior evaluation begins with a comprehensive chemistry profile, which assesses your pet's liver, kidneys, pancreas, glucose, protein levels, and electrolytes. A complete blood count evaluates red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets, and indications of anemia, infection, or certain cancers. We recommend that senior cats, and some senior dogs, also have their thyroid functions checked. A urinalysis to screen for early kidney disease or urinary tract infection is also a part of the basic assessment for most pets. For those desiring an enhanced level of testing, we encourage chest and abdominal radiographs, blood pressure evaluation, glaucoma screening, and an ECG. We may recommend some of these more advanced tests based on your pet's physical exam, to further evaluate any abnormal findings.
Behavioral CounselingCurrently, Gretchen is working to become certified as a Veterinary Technician Specialist in Behavior and helps Dr. Vesper with his behavior consultations. She lives in Hilliard with her husband, two children, two dogs and cat. Gretchen is passionate about creating healthy environments for all dogs and their people, especially children, by involving the whole family in training sessions. She is also a member of Doggone Safe, which promotes safety for dogs and children. http://www.doggonesafe.com
Nutritional CounselingOur veterinarians and technicians can provide you with the information and tips to start a successful weight loss plan for your dog or cat. We are available to evaluate your dog's diet and caloric needs.
Comprehensive ExaminationExam Rooms We are happy to now provide 8 exam rooms, including a comfort room. Each exam room is equipped with an exam table and all the supplies for your pet's physical exam. In addition, we have samples of toys, treats, products and educational brochures.
Dental CareDental disease affects an estimated 80% of dogs and 70% of cats by age three, and it is the most common illness seen in veterinary medicine today; unfortunately, it is also the most untreated disease. Poor oral hygiene can begin with annoying "dog breath" and lead to serious infection that enters your pet's bloodstream and affects the kidneys, liver, lungs, and heart. Avery Animal Hospital believes dental health is an integral part of the overall well-being of your pet. Through educating our clients, we can improve the dental health of our patients.
VaccinationVaccination is a critically important part of a preventative veterinary medicine focused on keeping your pet healthy and happy. Contagious diseases remain present within our pet population, and some can be life threatening to a pet that becomes infected, and in some cases, to their owners. The single best way to protect our pets is through vaccination.
Lab and X-Rays
Laboratory ServicesPhysicians routinely recommend blood tests to identify potential illnesses as early as possible in persons who appear perfectly healthy. Avery Animal Hospital is committed to helping each of our patients live a longer, healthier life. We believe wellness testing in our patients is as important as in humans, enabling us to identify problems in the very early stages, when the chance of recovery is much higher.
X-RayRadiology Suite In our radiology suite, we are proud to offer digital radiography for state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging. Digital x-rays allow us to capture the precise images we need, and if necessary, send them electronically to consulting radiologists for further diagnosis.
Dental RadiologyDental Suite Our dental suite is used to provide dental cleanings. If needed, we have the ability use dental radiography to detect teeth that need extraction.
MicrochippingIf you move, update everything: tags, microchips, vet information, etc. Keep your pet's records in one place so that you can easily locate and update these items.
Chronic Condition Treatment
Arthritis TreatmentI am sooo happy and Zoe is even happier! I canâ€™t thank Avery Animal Hospital, the vets and Dr. Walker for an incredible advancement in arthritis pain therapy and giving my baby a new â€œleashâ€ on life.â€
Hip Dysplasia Treatment
Obesity TreatmentCommon Questions about Pet Obesity Approximately 40% of all Americans are obese. Not surprisingly, this same statistic now applies to our pets. Obesity leads to several diseases both in pets and people. Diet and weight reduction are the key to ensuring your pet lives as long and healthy as possible.
Thyroid Disease Treatment
Heart Disease TreatmentA: A wellness screen includes a complete blood count (CBC), a Chemistry 6 panel, and electrolytes. The CBC assesses the red blood cells for signs of anemia, the white blood cells for infection or certain cancers, and the platelets for clotting abilities. The Chemistry 6 evaluates the liver, kidneys and protein levels, and screens for diabetes. If abnormalities are found on our physical exam or the wellness screen, further testing may be recommended, including more extensive blood tests, radiographs, a urinalysis, blood pressure check, or ECG.
Kidney Disease Treatment
Periodontal Disease TreatmentA: You will discuss your pet's condition with the veterinarian. Together, we will evaluate whether your dog or cat is showing signs of organ failure, deterioration of the senses, or senile dementia. A thorough physical examination will be performed, looking for evidence of arthritis or other pain, dental/periodontal disease, weight loss/gain, or signs of cancer. Based on the results of the exam and our discussions, we may recommend specific tests be performed.
Wound and Fracture Care
Parasites Treatment and ControlAll pets should have a stool sample checked annually for intestinal parasites to help prevent the transmission of zoonotic diseases.
Behavioral Disorder Treatment
Pain ManagementCompanion Laser Therapy Avery Animal Hospital is excited to offer Class IV Laser Therapy to our canine and feline patients. Laser Therapy is an effective, non-invasive, drug-free technology used to reduce inflammation, provide pain relief and speed healing.
Skin Condition and Allergy Treatment
Veterinary SurgeryConsulting Specialists To ensure that your pet receives the best treatment available, we maintain consulting relationships with Board Certified Specialists in radiology, orthopedic and soft tissue surgery, dermatology, ophthalmology, pathology, animal behavior, and internal medicine. When specialized treatment is required, we will refer your pet to the appropriate specialist.
DeclawingAlthough we do many types of surgeries at Avery Animal Hospital there are some we leave to the Veterinary surgeons who are Board Certified in particular fields of study such as specialized surgery. Common surgeries we perform are, Spays, Neuters, Declawing, Soft Tissue surgeries and various other minor surgical procedures. If you ever find your pet in need of a procedure that may be surgical we are always willing to meet with your during an appointment to review the problem and set up an appropriate treatment plan for your pet!
Spaying and NeuteringI had my dog neutered/spayed. Do you think this caused the problem? It is very unlikely that neutering caused your pet's weight problem.
General Pet Care
Senior Pet CareA comprehensive evaluation performed on a regular schedule is the best way to detect sub-clinical diseases or to find increased risk factors of disease in senior patients. It has been repeatedly documented that many of the chronic disorders and disease processes seen in senior pets can either be cured or at least medically controlled if they are detected early enough. That is our goal!
Dog TrainingGretchen, graduated from Muskingum University in 1998 with a B.S. in Psychology. In 2008, Gretchen graduated from Columbus State Community College with an Associates of Applied Science, specializing in Veterinary Technology. In 2015, she graduated from the Karen Pryor Academyâ€™s Dog Trainer Professional course and is a KPA Certified Training Partner. She works with Dr. Vesper on our behvior cases and is now offering dog training at Avery Animal Hospital as well. Gretchen lives in Hilliard with her husband, two children, two dogs and cat.
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