Services

Spring Valley Animal Hospital offers a comprehensive menu of veterinary services including:

  • Wellness Visits – We love that we are able to follow our clients lives from tiny puppies and kittens into their senior years.

  • Laboratory Services - All routine lab work is performed onsite so that a quick diagnosis can be made and the veterinarian can address any illnesses or abnormalities that are found immediately.  For more advanced lab work we will send out any additional tests needed to provide a proper diagnosis.

  • Pharmacy - Our clinic offers a full pharmacy including everything from heartworm, flea and tick products, prescription drugs for specific conditions, to  a line of veterinary supplements to meet your pet's daily health needs.

  • Radiology Service - Radiographs (x-rays) are a vital part of diagnosing many conditions from broken bones to internal abnormalities.  We are able to provide this service onsite so that there is no need to wait for a diagnosis.  Sedation is provided if the procedure will result in discomfort or undo stress for your pet.

  • Surgery - Putting your loved one under anesthesia is never an easy decision.  We strive to ease your mind by being proactive from start to finish.  Our patients undergo routine bloodwork to ensure there is no undo risk from anesthesia, fluid therapy is initiated at the start and continues until your pet is awake and recovered, vitals are monitored throughout the procedure, and pain medication is administered by injection in hospital with follow up medications sent home with you.  Rest assured we will be with you every step of the way whether it be a routine spay/neuter or a more serious surgical procedure.

  • Dentistry - Dental health is very important to your pet's overall health.  We provide veterinary dental care that not only improves your pet's smile but also eliminates the plaque that can cause problems below the gum line, as well as bacteria that can affect your pet's other internal organs.

  • Emergency Services During Business Hours - Patients are seen by appointment but we understand that emergencies do arise.  A phone call is appreciated but when there is no time to think before coming in we will be sure to take care of your pet and assess the situation.  Life threatening situations always take precedence and if it turns out the situation is non-emergent we will still be sure to work you in between appointments.

  • Pet Boarding - Our kennel staff will be sure to make you pet feel at home!  We provide everything necessary.

   

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Office Hours

Monday:

8:00am

7:00pm

Tuesday:

8:00am

7:00pm

Wednesday:

8:00am

6:00pm

Thursday:

8:00am

7:00pm

Friday:

8:00am

6:00pm

Saturday:

8:30am

1:00pm

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

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