Latham Animal Hospital provides a wide variety of services that are tailored to promote general wellness from a physical, mental, and social standpoint. Our professional staff is passionate about making sure our pet patients receive the best care available so that they can enjoy life to the fullest. To preserve your pet’s general wellness, we offer preventative care such as vaccinations and nutrition counseling, diagnostics like laboratory blood analysis, and treatments for any issues that may arise during your pet’s lifetime. With us leading the way, your beloved pet can feel safe and secure each step of the way.
Our focus is on helping pet owners protect their animals from developing serious illnesses down the road. We use general wellness services such as vaccinations and parasite prevention to identify and treat potential problems before they become more serious. We also give pet owners comprehensive health advice, including nutrition tips, exercise regimens, and behavioral therapies that can help keep pets safe and healthy. Investing in preventative medicine now at Latham Animal Hospital will help your pet stay happy, healthy, and active for years to come.
We recommend an annual wellness exam and diagnostic checkup will help your dog or cat stay healthy by detecting and treating any hidden medical conditions early. This in turn can improve the prognosis, keep costs down, and help your pet live longer. Our veterinarians will do a full physical exam—from nose to tail- and then tailor comprehensive vaccinations, parasite prevention, and any diagnostics care to each pet, based on life style, age, and risk of exposure. We also give pet owners health advice, including nutrition tips, exercise regimens, and behavioral therapies that can help keep pets safe and healthy.
At Latham Animal Hospital we believe prevention of parasites is critical to your pet’s health and well-being and recommend it for all dogs and cats. Our team is educated in the most up-to-date parasite preventatives for the treatment and prevention of disease carrying fleas, ticks, intestinal parasites, heartworm, and other parasites. We understand that one preventative does not fit for all pets, and will work with you to develop a plan for parasite prevention that fits with your budget as well as your pet’s health status, lifestyle, and age.
Allergies, whether it is to food, parasites, or the environment not only make your pets miserable, but it can be frustrating for pet parents, too. Our doctors are trained to help diagnose and treat your pet’s allergies and understand that what works for one dog or cat may not work for another. We will develop a plan for you that is tailored to your individual pet taking into account his or her medical conditions, age, and lifestyle as well as your comfort in administering it.