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All pets need quality veterinary care. At Lake Shore Pet Hospital, we're proud to serve the pets of Pasadena. We treat pets of all ages and types, experiencing a range of conditions. Whatever your pet's needs, Lake Shore Pet Hospital is here to help.
At Lake Shore Pet Hospital, we offer many services to our patients. We're a full-service veterinary hospital, so your pet never has to go anywhere else for quality veterinary care. This enables your pet to develop a relationship with the veterinarian, so your pet can feel comfortable getting medical treatment. The services we offer include:
Vaccinations. Vaccinations are important for keeping pets healthy. Pets need vaccinations throughout their lives, not just when they're young, because many vaccinations require boosters to maintain immunity. We keep track of your pet's vaccination schedule so you can focus on other things.
Wellness checkups. Wellness checkups help us keep your pet healthy and happy. During wellness visits, we inspect your pet's ears, eyes, teeth, coat, blood and feces. We weigh your pet and offer nutrition and exercise advice as necessary, and we check for common illnesses that could be affecting your pet.
Dental care. Good dental hygiene is important for maintaining your pet's quality of life. We offer pet dental exams, cleanings and more. If your pet needs a dental surgery, we offer those services as well.
Emergency care. Sometimes pets have emergencies. When your pet is injured or has ingested something toxic, we're here to help. Bring your pet in during business hours and we'll do our best to treat your pet's condition.
Surgery. We perform surgeries for pets that have been injured and pets in need of standard procedures like spaying and neutering. We have a fully stocked surgical room and all the latest technologies to help ensure that your pet's procedure will go smoothly.
Senior pet care. Older pets need special care at the end of their lives. We provide senior pets with regular check-ups, watch for the common illnesses that affect pets later in life, and counsel pet owners through the process, so they can take good care of their animal companions.
Nutritional counseling. Weight management is important for staying healthy. We help pet owners keep their pets at their target weight.
Behavior consultations. Pets need to be taught proper behavior in order to have a good relationship with their owners. We help counsel pet owners about behavior modification techniques.
We provide all these services and many more! You can check out our services page to see what our animal hospital offers to pets in the Pasadena area.
If you're looking for a veterinarian in Pasadena MD,Lake Shore Pet Hospital is here for you and your pet. Contact your Pasadena vet today at 410-317-2028 to make an appointment.
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