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and their pets as if they were our own."
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Gateway Veterinary Clinic is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association to give your pet the highest standard of care. There are less than 6,000 accredited veterinary practices in North America with this high standard of excellence.
At Gateway Veterinary Clinic, we follow the recommendations of the American Animal Hospital Association, Companion Animal Parasite Counsel, American Heartworm Society, and the American Association of Feline Practitioners. This ensures we are recommending the most current preventative programs and recommendations for the threats found in our area. Our staff utilizes lifestyle surveys to better understand the individual risks your pet may encounter.
Our veterinarians would like to see your dog or cat annually. Pets age an average of 7 times faster than their people. Major changes can occur in one year’s time. During an annual wellness visit, your pet will be examined from nose to tail. This enables our doctors to identify and address medical problems at a time when treatments are most effective.
When applicable, we follow the recommended 3 year vaccinations protocols to prevent over vaccination. While vaccine reactions are extremely rare, our team is ready to treat reactions promptly and at no additional cost to you.
Laser therapy is a great way to help reduce inflammation, help with infections and patients with pain management. Ask us how laser therapy can help your pet.
In the event your pet is sick, our doctors are great diagnosticians. They utilize our extensive an in-house laboratory, digital radiography, ultrasound and state of the art monitors. This allows for rapid results and superior image quality so that the correct treatment begins promptly. In the event a board certified specialist needs to be consulted, all results and images can be transmitted electronically. Decreasing the time needed for their review and response. When time is critical, we are the hospital to take care of your pet.
Heartworm disease is an infection transmitted by mosquitoes and is a threat to both dogs and cats. We offer a variety of prevention medications to make administration as easy as possible for you. We even offer a 6 month injection for dogs for the preventation of heartworm. All of our heartworm prevention plans include regular intestinal deworming.
Fleas and ticks can infect your pet. Tape worms, lyme disease, anaplasmosis and ehrlichiosis are just a few of the threats these external parasites carry. We offer collars, topicals and oral preventatives to make it easy for you to protect your pet.