Our Services

Examinations

Key to prevention of disease or illness, a comprehensive physical examination is the first-and most important-step you as an owner can take to ensure your pet's well-being and long-term health.

The information taken by your Pet Clinic practitioner at the initial examination becomes part of your pet's permanent medical history. This data establishes a baseline against which any subsequent changes in clinical signs and symptoms can be assessed. In addition, any deviations in your companion animal's behavior-his or her main form of communication with you-is important in the early detection of health problems and the reduction of potential risk factors. These factors can be critical if an emergency or sudden illness arises.

Your Pet clinic veterinarian will pay special attention to a host of important, health-related items, including: the development of your animal's teeth and enamel; abnormalities of the eyes; the absence of parasites in the ears; the presence of hernias; laxity or abnormality of the joints; normal heart and lung sounds; and optimal conditions of the skin and nails.

To preserve the health status of your pet, it is recommended that he or she receive yearly physical examinations, the equivalent of a human being going to the doctor about once every two years.

Vaccinations

Required vaccinations for your pet are vital to a pro-active, preventive and conscientious approach to ensuring your pet's health status and quality of life. The frequency of immunizations will depend on a variety of factors: animal's age, vaccination history and the duration of protection of the vaccine. In addition, animal health care threats vary by locale. An immunization schedule that is species-specific, location-specific and consistent with your pet's lifestyle will be recommended by your Pet Clinic veterinarian.

Typically, mature dogs will be protected against distemper, hepatitis, leptospirosis, parainfluenza, parvo virus, Corona and, of course, rabies.

Adult cats' immunizations include panleukopenia (distemper), rabies, feline rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, chlamydia and feline leukemia.

Surgery

Should a petclinic veterinarian recommend surgery for your pet, a pre-surgical examination and blood tests will be ordered to assess the animal's worthiness to receive anesthesia and undergo the procedure.

In all surgeries, your medical team takes great care in monitoring your pet's heartbeat, blood pressure, oxygen level, fluid therapy and its post-operative comfort and clinical care through recovery. We use only the safest available anesthesia to provide an extra margin of safety, especially for our older or high-risk patients.

Our veterinarians use the latest surgical techniques and equipment, including ultrasonography, radiography and lasers. They have the expertise and experience to perform various soft tissue, elective, orthopedic and emergency procedures, some of which are listed below.

  • Spay (females)
  • Neuter (males)
  • Laser De-claws
  • Tumor Removal
  • Biopsies
  • Anal Gland Removal
  • Cherry Eye Repair
  • Puppy Dewclaw Removal and Tail Docking
  • Select Fracture Repair

Certain orthopedic procedures are referred to a board certified veterinary surgeon.

Post-operative care includes appropriate pain management and lots of TLC.

We understand that your pet is a family member and that separation from him or her may be stressful. Be assured that the entire Pet Clinic team involved with your companion's medical treatment are committed to sensitive, compassionate care of your pet until discharge.

Dentistry

Often overlooked as it relates to a pet's comprehensive health status, animal dental care is needed to provide quality of life and optimal well-being. If left untreated, diseases of the mouth, gums or jaw are not only painful to your companion, but may also be contributing factors to more widespread systemic disease processes. The American Veterinary Dental Society reports that 80% of dogs and 70% of cats show signs of oral disease by age 3.

The beginning and severity of periodontal disease depends on age, breed, diet and at-home care, with younger, small-breed dogs typically presenting with infection earlier than large-breed dogs. Abnormal signs and symptoms of dental abnormalities include: pain, bad breath, excessive drooling, fractured or loose teeth, swelling or bleeding of the gums, tumors, sores or wounds.

Your Petclinic Veterinary team will be certain that your companion animal receives proper dental care from the start. The oral examination performed by your Hillside doctor is the basis of the preliminary treatment plan for your pet. A comprehensive, specific plan can only be determined after your animal has been placed under anesthesia and x-rays of the oral cavity have been taken. General anesthesia is necessary for pets undergoing dental treatment.

While it is understandable that pet owners may be concerned about bad breath and unsightly tartar accumulation, regular dental care is more than cosmetic: Tartar and plaque, often invaded by bacteria, need to be removed to counteract subsequent infection, gingivitis or pyorrhea (infection of tissues surrounding the teeth), with 60% of disease occurring below the gum line.

Ultrasound de-scaling of tartar, Deep-gum cleaning, Teeth polishing, Extractions etc are done at the Petclinic.

After your pet's treatment, you and your Hillside team can discuss home dental care for your companion animal in order to understand how to maintain a disease-free oral cavity and to maximize his or her comfort and quality of life.



Microchips

Inadvertently, the back door is left open, and your puppy is gone. Or your older dog wanders away and is unable to make its way home because of diminishing senses. Or your indoor/outdoor cat fails to return at the usual time.

You call out, look high and low, phone Animal Control and the local shelter, put up flyers... to no avail. Rather than having your pet considered a 'stray' with the potential of being 'put down', a Pet Clinic doctor can implant a microchip under your pet's skin.

As painless as a vaccination, a microchip contains pertinent information that can be read by a special scanner to quickly identify your pet as 'owned', avoiding a mistaken euthanasia and reuniting the two of you.

Our Services Includes!
Laboratory
Anesthetic Procedures
Dentistry
Radiology
Vaccinations
Nutrition
Puppy Classes
Boarding
Surgery
Training
General Check-Up
Pet Psychology
Bathing& grooming
Sales of quality KCI / INKC registered pups
 
Please visit Pet Clinic at
Shop No.1, A/5 Prabhav CHS, Kanchan Pushp complex, Ghodbunder road, Thane (W).
Tel: 25973100 /25970979
Email : petclinic@gmail.com
TIMINGS: 9:30 AM TO 9:30 PM
 
 
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