We stress the importance of an annual physical examination for your pet. Thorough checkups and preventative care can help alleviate serious health problems. We offer a wide range of veterinary services to keep your companions feeling their best.
Diagnostic & Therapeutic Services: Our Clinic is equipped to provide diagnostic and therapeutic services to care for your pet's healthcare needs.
Surgical Services: Our surgical suite provides for the performance of a wide variety of surgical procedures.
Anesthesia: We utilize the safest available anesthetics to provide an extra margin of safety, especially for our older or high-risk patients. Our technicians closely monitor the patient's vital signs during all anesthetic procedures.
Radiology Services: Our on-site, x-ray equipment provides high quality radiographs to aid in the diagnosis of many disorders.
Dentistry: As for humans it is recommended that your pet's teeth be cleaned on a regular basis. Dr. Niedermiller will guide you through a preventative Dental Hygiene Program for your pets. Our dental services include teeth cleaning and polishing, tooth extractions and minor oral surgery.
Permanent Identification: We offer microchip identification.
Pharmacy: We maintain a complete inventory of pharmaceuticals, vitamins, shampoos, flea & tick control products and heartworm preventatives to meet the need of your pets. We also carry a full line of prescription diets.
Vaccinations: We do not approach vaccinations with a "cookie cutter" mentality. Dr. Niedermiller will select your pet's vaccinations according to you and your pet's lifestyle. Be sure to inquire about our "Free Vaccines For the Life Of Your Pet," program!
Mobile Services: Our Mobile Veterinary Services offers our clients an alternative to the stress of an office visit with a nervous and scared pet. We provide full basic veterinary care in the comfort of your own home.
Wellness Exams: Dr. Niedermiller recommends that a wellness exam be done every six months or at the least annually because of the increased rate at which our pets age. The earlier we can discover a problem the sooner we can begin treatment or preventative therapy.
Acupuncture: Acupuncture is the stimulation of specific areas ("acupoints") on the body with very fine needles. There are at least 360 classical acupoints, and additional ones have been defined over the years. When acupoints are stimulated, the body reacts with a complex cellular and nervous system response that involves the brain, the spinal cord, and blood vessels. This initiates the release of neurotransmitters-endorphins, serotonin, and other chemicals- that are beneficial to the body's normal function. One can affect pain control, inflammation, and more delicate biochemical processes, depending upon which neurotransmitters are released.
Does it hurt? It is usually not painful to have acupuncture needles inserted in the skin, but a mild sensation may be felt. Animals tolerate treatments very well, and many fall asleep during treatment.
What can be treated? Acupuncture may be used to address immunological disorders, neurological complaints, (such as seizures or paralysis), as well as gastro-intestinal, dermatological, and emotional condition... to name just a few. Although many of our patients are referred to us from other practitioners after conventional medicine has not worked or has caused undesirable side effects, just as many owners now choose to use acupuncture proactively in their pets, to optimize good health, and try to minimize problems associated with aging.
Conditions Commonly Treated with Acupuncture: