Anesthesia: The safest available anesthetics are used to provide an extra margin of security, especially for our older or high-risk patients. During all anesthetic procedures, our patients receive IV catheters, fluid support and continual vital sign assessment. Read more about anesthesia at Hampstead Animal Hospital.
Dentistry: Dental services include routine preventative care, teeth cleaning, polishing, dental X-
Ultrasound: The use of sound waves to generate images of internal body structures offers a non-invasive method of diagnosing many conditions including, but not limited to, cardiac and abdominal concerns. Learn more about ultrasound at Hampstead Animal Hospital.
Endoscopy: A lighted, flexible fiber optic scope is used when appropriate or therapeutic for diagnostic, surgical or treatment purposes. Learn more about endoscopy at Hampstead Animal Hospital.
Vaccinations and Wellness Exams: Regular wellness exams allow your veterinarian to evaluate your pet's general health and become aware of any health problems before they become serious illnesses. Vaccinations are part of a total wellness plan for your pet and your veterinarian will determine the best schedule based on your pet's risk and lifestyle. Learn more about vaccines and wellness exams at Hampstead Animal Hospital.
Laser Surgery: A surgical laser which generates an intense beam of coherent light able to cut, seal or vaporize tissue is used when necessary.
Radiology Services: We use the latest digital equipment to provide high quality radiographs that aid in diagnoses.
Electrocardiography Services: Electrical analysis of the heart is provided on-
Permanent Pet Identification: Implantable microchips offer permanent identification for your pet should they become lost or stolen. Visit the ResQ Pet Identification System website to learn more!
Consultations: If your pet's condition requires input from a veterinary specialist, our veterianarians will either consult with one by phone or recommend a consultation for you and your pet at a nearby referral facility.
Every patient receives comprehensive pain management tailored to their individual needs prior to and during surgical procedures. This allows us to keep the level of general anesthesia very low and provides excellent post-operative pain control.
In-house laboratory facilities provide immediate results for serum chemistry, hematology, serology, urinalysis and parasite testing to guide our veterinarians in providing the best possible care for your pet. Commercial veterinary laboratories are also utilized for specialized diagnostics and consultations.
Dietary Counseling: Guidance regarding your pet's nutritional needs for each life stage, including dietary requirements for growth, weight maintenance and performance.
Behavioral Counseling: Advice regarding the correction of such problems as excessive barking, chewing, spraying, scratching, digging, house soiling and aggression.