The Best Care For Your Best Friend
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  • Surgery

    Whether it's a simple or complex surgical procedure, The Vet Set cuts no corners in ensuring the safe and smooth recovery of your pet. We always perform preoperative examinations prior to any surgical procedure, and we also suggest preoperative health screenings to determine the best choice of anesthetics to help prevent unforeseen complications during or after surgery. Pain medications are always administered before, during and after the surgeries are completed. Our veterinarians, along with our strong support staff, closely monitor your pet from start to finish, tailoring their care as needed.

    If the procedure is complicated, we have established relationships with board-certified surgeons to come in and ensure that your pet receives the best care possible for the best possible outcome.

  • Radiology

    Imaging your pet is important for accurate diagnostics when your dog or cat is limping, coughing, vomiting or more. There are many ways to assess the internal structure or function of your pet. We offer digital x-rays, ultrasounds of the abdomen and echocardiograms of the heart. No matter what it is that we’re looking at, we have a way to image it.

  • Dental

    Bad breath isn’t just an annoyance; it’s a sign of periodontal disease, which, while very common, can be a detriment to your pet’s health. Periodontal disease is a chronic and painful infection of the mouth, affecting more than 85 percent of dogs and cats over four years of age, and if left untreated, it is progressive. Good dental hygiene in your pet can prevent this disease, as well as a number of serious secondary problems, such as heart, kidney and liver diseases, that can develop from infected gums.

    The Vet Set provides the most comprehensive animal dental care available in a private practice. We have digital x-ray technology and state-of-the-art dental prophylaxis equipment, and we use only the best dental health materials. We provide a local, long-acting nerve block to every dog and cat experiencing extractions. This allows us to use very light levels of anesthesia, and it ensures that the patient doesn't feel pain when recovering from their dental procedure.

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