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Services / Pet Grooming

Tender Loving Care at Parkway Animal Hospital:

Statistics point to an interesting trend in pet health care. A recent study, commissioned by Bayer HealthCare LLC, Animal Health Division and conducted by Brakke Consulting in collaboration with the National Commission on Veterinary Economic Issues, indicates that even though the population of pet owners has increased, the number of dogs and cats receiving veterinary care has sharply decreased.The idea behind an annual checkup is simple: in order to prevent more costly future problems, your dog should visit your vet every year, even if he is healthy. This catches disease at its earliest treatable stage. This seems like good sense and money well spent. We humans after all, visit our doctors annually and that benefits our health, right?

5 Reasons to Vaccinate Your Pet:

1. Vaccinations prevent many pet illnesses.
2. Vaccinations can help avoid costly treatments for diseases that can be prevented.
3. Vaccinations prevent diseases that can be passed not only from animal to animal but also from animal to human. 
4. Diseases prevalent in wildlife, such as rabies and distemper, can infect unvaccinated pets.
5. Many areas, local or state ordinances require certain vaccinations of household pets.

Our Wellness Plans:

Adult Yearly Wellness Plans Ages 6months to 7 years:   

  •  Include a complete yearly examination, all age appropriate vaccines,  yearly heartworm & intestinal parasite screening   (Distemper/Hepatitis/Leptospirosis/Parvovirus/Bordetella & Parainfluenza/Rabies ) 

Ages 7 years+ (Seniors):     

  • Include the same plan as adult plan but will also include senior labwork & UA to catch any underlining issues that may be going on. Our pets can't communicate & don't usually show pain & discomfort

  • Labwork is always recommended for any age as a great base line for any future issues unforeseen. 

Semi Annual Visits:                                

Include the bordetella vaccine, tick / heartworm panel, & a intestinal parasite screening. This is also a great time to address any new issues with your pet that may have come up recently since the last visit 

                                                                                                                         

New fur baby in the home? We have many puppy plans also (depending on age ) that will keep your pet healthy & happy

Bringing a puppy home for the first time is an exciting experience, but also one that comes with a great deal of responsibility. From the second your new friend walks their little paws through the door, you will not only need to start training your new pup, but also take them for their first visit to the veterinarian. Here we’ll walk you through what you need to know about your puppy’s first vet visit. Most puppies go home to their pet parents at around 6 to 8 weeks of age, and this is the perfect time for a first visit to the vet. You can push their first visit to 10 weeks of age if necessary, but the longer you wait, the more you put your pup at risk.
Always remember to bring along any paperwork if your puppy has previously visited a vet. Some breeders start their pups’ vaccinations and deworming before sending them off to their new home, and if so, your veterinarian needs to know in order to continue your puppy on the proper dosages.

WHAT HAPPENS AT THE FIRST VET VISIT? A lot takes place during your pup’s first visit to the vet, and if you aren’t prepared, some of it can seem confusing. Let’s take a look at what you should expect.

  • Physical Examination: The vet will give your new puppy a thorough once over. We will check your dog’s body, skin, coat, eyes, ears, nose, and mouth. We will also test your pup’s vision, hearing, and alertness. 

  • Vaccinations: Puppies become susceptible to a number of diseases and conditions when the antibodies in their mother’s milk begin to wear off at around 6 weeks of age. Fortunately, vaccinations are there to protect your pup. Core vaccines are recommended for all puppies -- distemper, canine hepatitis, leptospirosis, canine parvovirus, lepto, and rabies. Not only is the rabies vaccine recommended for all puppies, it is also required by law in many states. 
  • In addition to those core vaccines, a number of non-core vaccines are available for pups who are living in certain geographic locations or who will have a lifestyle that puts them at risk for disease.  Your puppy’s vaccinations will typically start at around 6 weeks of age, and they will receive boosters every few weeks until they are finished with the shots at around 4 months old. After that, vaccination boosters will be given either annually  or semi annually.
  • Fecal Exam and Deworming: Before your pup’s first visit, your vet tech or veterinarian will let you know if you should bring a sample of your dog’s stool for a fecal exam. Most puppies are born with roundworms, and will receive a deworming medication that will either be administered at home or at our office.
  • Flea, Tick, Heartworm Prevention: Protecting your pup from fleasticks & heartworms is incredibly important, not only because these pests are annoying, but also because they can carry disease. Many preventive products can be started on puppies as young as 8 weeks old. Ask us to recommend a medication, topical treatment, or collar that will properly protect your new pal.
  • Microchipping: microchip is like an ID tag that lives inside of your dog’s body. It is about the size of a grain of rice and contains all of your pet’s information. If your pet is ever lost and returned to a shelter or vet’s office, the chip can be scanned and your pet safely returned to you. It’s great technology, and many veterinarians strongly recommend it. The cost is typically low and the procedure is simple -- the chip is injected between your dog’s shoulder blades. However, even if you do decide to have your pup microchipped, they should still wear an ID tag.

Remember -- never hesitate to ask questions, and try to stay calm and positive when you head into to the vet’s office for the first time -- your pup will notice, and it will put them at ease.


  • Ultrasound & Radiology:                                                                                                    
  • An ultrasound (also called a sonogram) is a non-invasive procedure used to evaluate the internal organs in our pets. Ultrasound examinations can be used to examine the abdominal organs, heart, eyes and reproductive organs. For many abdominal disorders, both ultrasound and X-rays are recommended for optimal evaluation. The X-ray shows the size, shape and position of the abdominal contents, and the ultrasound allows the veterinarian to see inside the organs. An abdominal ultrasound is indicated to evaluate dogs with abdominal symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhea, straining to urinate or urinating blood. This test can also be helpful in cases of reproductive abnormalities, unexplained fever, loss of appetite or weight loss. An abdominal ultrasound is often done if an X-ray, blood tests, or physical examination indicate a problem with an abdominal organ such as the liver, spleen, or pancreas. If physical examination reveals abdominal pain or enlargement of an abdominal organ, ultrasound examination could be helpful. As with people, the abdominal ultrasound can also be used to detect early pregnancy and determine viability of the fetus later in the pregnancy. 


  • State of the Art Surgical:                                                                                                 
  • We strive to provide high quality, low cost surgical services, quality, & pain free experience for your pet. A pre-surgery physical will be done at the time of the visit or prier; we take the conservative approach when it comes to the safety and comfort of your pet. Affordable, quality veterinary surgery is our goal at Parkway! We strive to make our patients and their families as comfortable as possible, from your pre-surgical consultation to your pet’s dismissal and aftercare. Our highly skilled veterinary team is experienced in the most common surgical procedures. We perform ovariohysterectomies, neuters, tumor removal, abdominal surgeries, and some orthopedic procedures, & K9/Feline dental needs all under the safest possible anesthetic and with the utmost attention to patient monitoring. After each surgical procedure, your pet is monitored by a veterinary technician with a doctor on call at all times. We strive to make our patients and their families as comfortable as possible, from your pre-surgical consultation to your pet’s dismissal and aftercare. We’re with you every step of the way, applying our commitment & expertise to ensure a safe procedure and a speedy recovery.


  • Surgical Visit With Us:
  • Physical exam
  • Blood work to minimize anesthetic risks, for pets over 7 years of age or with pre existing conditions (this is not optional & is required for the best outcome for your senior pet)
  • Discussing the surgical procedure
  • Answering any questions you may have about the procedure
  • Discussing any possible complications that may result


Our surgeries include the following:
  • State-of-the-art equipment to monitor your pets heart, lungs, oxygen saturation levels, temperature, and blood pressure, Ligature sealing & electronic blade cutting for minimal blood loss & faster healing time
  • Fluids help keep the pet hydrated /stable with being able introduce pain medication with ease of the pet
  • Pain management before, during, and after your pet’s surgery
  • A skilled professional to monitor your pet throughout his or her surgical process, from observing him or her while under anesthesia, through the surgical procedure, & during his or her recovery from anesthesia
  • After performing surgeries throughout the day the veterinarian or the veterinary technician will call you with an update once your pet has recovered from anesthesia

Important Information for Your Pet’s Surgery:

  • No food after 8 pm the day before the surgery.
  • It is okay to leave water out for your pet prior to surgery.
  • Admittance the morning of the surgery. Between 730-9am day of.

Please notify us of any medications given 24 hours prior to surgery



We also offer Cold Laser therapy for many issues our patients may have...  

Studies have found that laser therapy reduces healing time post surgical, relieves onset arthritis & many other elements our pets may acquire. Using this method reduces the need for pain medications in some cases




We offer many products for easy purchases

  • Hills Science Diet
  • Hills Prescription Diet
  • Trifexis Heartworm & Flea Prevention- last 30 days
  • Sentinal Heartworm & Flea Prevention- last 30 days
  • Simparica Flea & Tick Prevention- last 30 days
  • Bravecto Flea & Tick Prevention- last 90 days (3months)
  • ProHeart Heartworm Injection- last 180 days (6months)
  •  Candles, Tooth Pastes, Shampoo's & So Much More...

Business Hours

Mon: 07:30 AM - 05:30 PM
Tue: 07:30 AM - 07:30 PM
Wed: 07:30 AM - 05:30 PM
Thu: 07:30 AM - 07:30 PM
Fri: 07:30 AM - 05:30 PM
Sat: Closed
Sun: Closed

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