Veterinary Clinic Facts

  • Staffed with two full-time veterinarians and two veterinary technicians
  • Approximately 30 physicals are performed each day
  • 50–60 x-rays are taken each week
  • 450–500 spays and neuters are performed each year
  • State-of-the-art equipment is used, e.g.:
    • Ultrasound: for imaging internal structures of the abdomen and for pregnancy diagnosis
    • Laser: for soft tissue surgery to decrease pain and provide for bloodless surgery
    • Digital radiograph unit: for enhanced detail and image manipulation of radiographs and to increase efficiency in diagnosis of medical conditions
    • Digital dental radiology: for greater detail and image enhancement in dental care
    • Endoscope: for noninvasive gastrointestinal (GI) care and artificial inseminations
  • Advanced dental care is provided, including root canals, pulp caps (alternative to root canal), orthodontic appliances and surgery
  • Care is provided for:
    • Breeding
    • Birthing (whelping)
    • Puppies
    • Leader Dogs in training
    • Working Leader Dogs
  • Veterinarians are able to perform 95% of the required medical care at the Leader Dog clinic. Referrals and consultations with area veterinary specialists are available.