Animal Medicine

small animal medicine

Small Animal Medicine

A veterinarian's ability to identify and treat a dog's illnesses is just as crucial as preventing, diagnosing, and curing them. We work with dog owners to ensure they understand their dog's health problems and how to handle them. We are able to handle a wide variety of treatments, including preventive care, medical diagnosis, and emergency surgery for animals of all ages, types, and situations. Our services include:

  • Allergy Testing: While not life-threatening, allergies in dogs cause discomfort and should be treated.

  • Anesthesia: Our facility, equipment, medicine, and knowledge are sufficient to keep your dog safe while under anesthesia.

  • Behavior Issues You may train or unlearn your dog's behavior with our help and commitment.

  • Diagnostic imaging allows us to diagnose and treat your dog's health problems. Our in-house laboratory testing can diagnose and treat your dog faster and more effectively.

  • Microchip ID: Our professional microchip ID services can help identify your dog in case he or she ever gets lost, stolen, or separated from you

  • Pain-management techniques, We offer compassionate, effective, and custom pain management for pets of all ages and abilities.

  • Skin Issues We identify and treat your pet's skin problems before they become more serious.

  • Vaccinations: Our veterinarians and techs will customize vaccination protocols that account for your dog's age, medical history, environment, travel habits and lifestyle

  • Well Exams. We help you monitor your dog's health and wellness year-round with our comprehensive preventive care program.

well checkup

Well Exams

 

​See our Health & Pet Wellness Page for more information

 

The physical examination is a comprehensive evaluation of your dog's health. You must take an active role in a dog health program by visiting the veterinarian for regular physicals. The physical test is a comprehensive evaluation of your dog's health. The veterinarian will ask you questions and use your answers to direct the examination to assess your dog's health. As your dog cannot speak, we rely on you to provide us with key information that will help us to identify developing health issues. Some dogs require yearly physicals, and others require semiannual physicals (every six months), based on their age, health status, and prior illnesses. 
 

During the physical exam, we will review various aspects of your dog's health, including:

  • Vaccination Status

  • Parasite Control

  • Dental Health

  • Exercise

  • Behavior

  • Xrays - primarily for an older dog

 

After the physical exam, our veterinarian will discuss with you the findings and what, if anything, should be done to keep your pet in optimal health.

Emergency animal care

Emergency Medicine

Osborne Animal Clinic is equipped to handle emergencies during office hours, including hit-by-car accidents, animal attacks, collapse episodes, difficulty breathing, difficulty urinating, bleeding, seizures, and ingestion of poisons, medications or objects.

After hour emergency calls are answered by our answering service. You will be referred to a 24/7 animal hospital or one of our veterinarians will contact you (depending on the availability of our veterinarians).

Emergency animal care

Skin Issues

Osborne Animal Clinic is equipped to handle emergencies during office hours, including hit-by-car accidents, animal attacks, collapse episodes, difficulty breathing, difficulty urinating, bleeding, seizures, and ingestion of poisons, medications or objects.

After hour emergency calls are answered by our answering service. You will be referred to a 24/7 animal hospital or one of our veterinarians will contact you (depending on the availability of our veterinarians).

Emergency animal care

Pain-Managment Techniques

Osborne Animal Clinic is equipped to handle emergencies during office hours, including hit-by-car accidents, animal attacks, collapse episodes, difficulty breathing, difficulty urinating, bleeding, seizures, and ingestion of poisons, medications or objects.

After hour emergency calls are answered by our answering service. You will be referred to a 24/7 animal hospital or one of our veterinarians will contact you (depending on the availability of our veterinarians).

Emergency animal care

Behavior Issues

Osborne Animal Clinic is equipped to handle emergencies during office hours, including hit-by-car accidents, animal attacks, collapse episodes, difficulty breathing, difficulty urinating, bleeding, seizures, and ingestion of poisons, medications or objects.

After hour emergency calls are answered by our answering service. You will be referred to a 24/7 animal hospital or one of our veterinarians will contact you (depending on the availability of our veterinarians).