At Grandview, we understand that your pet has unique needs for their everyday health. That’s why each pet under our care gets individualized attention — so they can live their life to the fullest, alongside you.
Prevention is the best medicine! To keep your pet healthy and happy, yearly physical exams are strongly recommended. These exams review your pet’s overall health. Anything out of the ordinary is assessed and discussed with you.
We also offer wellness programs for pets young and old:
For puppies & kittens — This includes vaccinations, deworming & fecal examinations, six weeks of free pet insurance, a free bag of premium puppy or kitten food, parasite prevention, microchipping, pre-anesthetic bloodwork, and a spay or neuter.
For older pets — Our geriatric wellness program includes a more detailed annual examination where specific issues like nutrition requirements, osteoarthritis and metabolism are checked. A routine blood profile is also performed to assess your pet’s overall health. If abnormalities are found early, they can often be managed, prolonging and enhancing your pet’s life!
Every animal has different nutritional requirements. Whether or not these requirements are met can have a drastic impact on your pet’s health.
Certain diets have also been formulated to help manage certain diseases and promote optimal health. We can help you sift through the overwhelming amount of information out there when it comes to your pet’s food. Nutritional supplements are also available if your pet has specific requirements that aren’t being met.
Our vets will evaluate your pet’s risk for certain parasites, and make the appropriate recommendations for you and your pet.
For both dogs and cats, a parasite prevention treatment is generally recommended for…
Whether an annual check-up, wellness program, nutrition analysis, or vaccination, our vets can keep your pet healthy for life.
At Grandview, all vaccinations are recommended according to established protocols and are done only in healthy animals.
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A blood profile is a good way to assess overall health as well as screen for early internal organ damage and monitor pets on long-term medications.
If an abnormality or problem is identified early enough in your pet’s life, often it can be managed successfully with medications, prescription diets or natural supplements — prolonging and even enhancing your pet’s life. Certain diets have also been formulated to help promote optimal health and will be discussed with you based on your pet’s needs.