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Progressive Pain Management

Progressive Pain Management

Progressive pain management is essential to pet wellness care. For cat and dog owners, this can be determined by how a pet receives medication during treatment. Our Lakewood veterinarian team focuses on progressive pain management in order to meet what is best for the individual...

Vaccinations

Vaccinations

Young animals are like children; it’s a never-ending job to keep them safe and happy. Vaccinations are the best weapon against many viral and bacterial infections, preventing deadly diseases like canine parvovirus and rabies. It's important to administer vaccinations while your pets are still puppies or kittens, when...

Behavior

Behavior

Help your pet stay on its best behavior. Pets can’t tell you something is wrong, so it’s important you are able to spot unusual shifts in mood or behavior. These changes are often a symptom of an underlying medical issue and could indicate more serious health...

Parasites

Parasites

Get rid of those pesky critters. Your pet is an easy target for parasites and small insects. Common parasites like ticks, fleas and heartworm-carrying mosquitos feed on your pets, potentially infecting them with many dangerous diseases. Discover how these tiny pests can cause big problems.FleasThese bloodsucking...

Nutrition

Nutrition

You are what you eat. Preventative care starts with food. A nutrition-rich diet is your pet’s first line of defense. Proper daily nutrition is an important factor for keeping your pet healthy, bolstering the immune system and supporting normal development in younger animals. Every pet’s nutritional...

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Wellness Exams

No need to worry. We have you covered. Your pet’s health is important to us. Wadsworth Animal Hospital recommends annual or semi-annual wellness exams to ensure that your animal companion remains in good health. Recommended frequency of exams will depend on your pet’s age and general...

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Senior Animals

Just like people, the medical needs of senior animals change over time. In fact, pets age at nearly 7 times the rate humans do. As your cat or dog gets older they require different nutrition programs, exercise routines and are prone to a variety of...

Vaccinations

Spay & Neuter

Support the fight against animal overpopulation Every year thousands of stray and unwanted animals are euthanized in shelters across the United States. Many of these deaths are the avoidable result of owners failing to spay and neuter their pets. The unexpected offspring of these liaisons often...

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Microchipping

Keep track of your petNearly 1 in 3 pets will become lost during their lives. Microchip implants are an incredibly simple, inexpensive and effective way to find lost pets, keeping them out of animal shelters and back where they belong. These tiny chips serve as...

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Acupuncture

Veterinary Acupuncture Acupuncture helps the body heal itself. This ancient Chinese practice utilizes hair-thin needles to stimulate the body’s nerve centers, improving blood circulation and releasing pain-relieving hormones. This virtually painless process relaxes muscle tissue and oxygenates the surrounding area, allowing the body to heal more...