Providing High Quality Veterinary Care
EMPHASIS ON PREVENTATIVE CARE
We treat patients in a friendly, compassionate environment while keeping owners well informed. We emphasize preventative medicine to promote a long and healthy life for your pets. To ensure optimal health and well-being for your companion animal, we recommend bringing your pet in for regular checkups as well as keeping them up to date on appropriate vaccines.
Wellness screening including blood tests, urinalysis and screening x-rays may be recommended. By regularly seeing your pet, we have the opportunity to identify and address any health problems early and start intervention sooner.
We recommend that your pet receives a Physical Examination annually. During this time our doctors will perform the following:
- Temperature & Weight Check
- Ear & Eye Examination
- Abdominal Palpation
- Musculoskeletal Evaluation
- Dermatological Exam
- Dental Exam
- Cardiopulmonary Analysis.
At this time we will discuss with you the vaccinations appropriate for your pet’s lifestyle as well as discuss year long parasite control and prevention. We also use this examination period to discuss your pet’s behavior, dental care needs, and any diagnostics that we recommend.
Poorly maintained dental health can lead to not only dental disease but other health conditions that can affect your pet’s major organs such as the heart, liver and kidneys. During a routine dental exam we will be looking for signs of oral disease; swollen or inflammed gums, discolored teeth, evidence of tarter buildup, loose teeth, bad breath, and tumors.
Front desk staff is very friendly and professional. Elizabeth is wonderful. She and Dr. Blose are the two reasons we keep coming back!! Have recommended TAH to many peopleChuck & Kim
“ I always feel that everyone at Terry, from the front desk to the techs and the doctors always have my pet’s best interest in mind! All are very caring!”SuzAnne
I never worry about bring Carmella to Terry Animal Hospital. There is a feeling of great relief that going to the vet is no longer an issue since changing to Terry Animal Hospital.Rick