Consultations & Exams Vaccinations
Diagnostics Pharmacy & Products
Pain Management & Control Health Certificates
Here at Centennial Hills Animal Hospital, we pride ourselves in providing state-of-the-art care for your pets. Our doctors perform thorough exams to check for areas of potential health risks. We recommend bi-annual examinations as well as annual diagnostics, vaccinations, and parasite checks. It is very important that you inform us of any abnormalities or behavioral changes you have noticed at home. Often times, pets will not exhibit the same behavior here that they do at home. For your convenience, we also offer house calls during regular business hours. It is preferable that we receive a 24-hour notice prior to requesting a house call, but for those last minute occasions, we will try to accommodate you as much as possible. House calls are subject to doctor and staff availability.
At Centennial Hills Animal Hospital, we are able to perform many diagnostics on-site. We have advanced lab machines, ultrasound and radiographic technologies. For lab work that we cannot process on-site, we work closely with a local laboratory facility.
Diagnostic lab tests are an important part of a pre-operative workup prior to any anesthetic procedure, as well as understanding and treating your pets when they are ill. In addition, lab tests provide valuable information for healthy animals to promote early detection of disease, which is especially beneficial in senior pets. Diagnostic testing includes complete blood count, chemistry analysis, electrolyte levels, thyroid levels, fecal testing, urinalysis, radiology, ultrasound and much more.
At Centennial Hills Animal Hospital, we have an on-site pharmacy for your pet's prescription medications. We also offer many over-the-counter products that help in your pet's daily care and wellness.
Did you know over 10 million pets are lost every year, and without identification, 90% don't return home? Getting a microchip inserted into your pet is an excellent way to increase the chances of your pet being returned to you, if lost or stolen. Microchips are permanent and easy to implant. Microchips are about the size of a grain of rice and last for the lifetime of your pet. It cannot be removed like tags or collars. Please speak with one of our Customer Care Representatives or your veterinarian about microchipping your pet.
Have you noticed a foul odor coming from your pet's mouth? It could be a sign of dental disease. One out of every 3 pets over the age of 3 suffers from dental disease. Routine dental care is paramount in the overall health of your pets. Dental disease can lead to heart and liver problems, as well as, abscesses and infections. At Centennial Hills Animal Hospital, we provide state of the art dental care for your pet through advanced dental techniques and equipment, such as digital dental radiology. When you bring in your pet for its annual examination, speak with your veterinarian about the health of your pet's teeth, including at-home care and professional cleanings.
Routine surgeries, such as spays and neuters, can be a stressful time for pets and their owners. All of the staff at Centennial Hills Animal Hospital understand this and try to make it as painless as possible for you and your pet. We offer many routine and emergency surgeries which use cutting edge technology and advanced pain management. In addition, we have board-certified specialists available for advanced procedures/diagnostics.
Just as your eyes are very important to you, your pet's eyes are important to them. Maintaining optimal ophthalmological health in your pets is of vital importance. Often times as pets age, they can suffer from vision loss. If you notice any changes in your pet's eyes or if any trauma occurs, please bring it in for an examination and consultation as soon as possible.
Animals can have a variety of skin problems, from allergies to parasites. Some dermatological parasites can be transferred from your pet to other pets and even to you. If you notice your pet is scratching or chewing, has fur loss or dandruff, please bring them in for a consultation with one of our veterinarians. There are many medications, prescription and over-the-counter, that can help treat the variety of problems that can occur.
Here at Centennial Hills Animal Hospital, we offer comprehensive pain management, from short to long term pain control including pre- and post-operative pain management. Pets exhibit pain in different ways and it is often difficult to detect. Arthritis is one of the most common causes of pain, especially in older patients. If your pet becomes stiff, sluggish, or behaves abnormal in any way, bring them in for a consultation.
Are you planning on flying to another state or out of the country with your furry friends? Many states and countries have different requirements for travel. Some diagnostic testing may be required, and often times, this testing does take time to obtain the results. Health certificates are usually required, and are good for 10 days for the outgoing flight and 30 days for the returning flight. Check with your airline and country for the specific regulations that they follow.