Longer, Happier Lives

Starts with routine veterinary care.

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Slide Conditions Treated with Laser Therapy At Twin Lakes Veterinary Hospital, we believe in happy, healthy pets, and we value preventative medicine as it can extend the life of your pet. Regular check-ups help detect subtle changes in your pet's health before major problems occur. We deliver individualized treatment for every pet and we strive to make every visit a positive experience. Laser therapy for dogs and cats is useful for many different conditions. Some of the most common include:
  • Arthritis
  • Wound healing
  • Acute injuries such as bone fractures
  • Chronic otitis
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Hip dysplasia
  • Hot spots
  • Lick granulomas
  • Gingivitis
  • Post-surgical recovery
  • And more
Laser therapy for dogs and cats is useful for many different conditions. Some of the most common include:
  • Arthritis
  • Wound healing
  • Acute injuries such as bone fractures
  • Chronic otitis
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Hip dysplasia
  • Hot spots
  • Lick granulomas
  • Gingivitis
  • Post-surgical recovery
  • And more

Exams & Vaccines

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Parasite Prevention

External parasites such as fleas and ticks can be irritating to pets and can cause skin issues and internal diseases. We recommend year-round treatment as fleas are found in this area in every season. Occasionally flea populations reach such high levels that treatment of the home and environment becomes necessary.

We offer a number of prescription parasite products as well as an over-the-counter topical flea preventative. For more information, ask a receptionist today.
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In-House Pharmacy

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Dentistry

Up to 80% of pets are affected by various stages of dental disease. We believe diagnosing and treating dental problems can improve your pet’s quality and quantity of life. Twin Lakes Veterinary Hospital, is proud to offer dental cleanings. An anesthetic dental cleaning includes a full exam, ultrasonic cleaning, and fluoride polish. Using digital radiographs, images can be taken of the entire mouth to better visualize what is happening below the gum line. Infected or broken teeth may be extracted and pockets in the gum line may be treated with an antibiotic gel. Each pet’s oral exam and procedures are documented with high resolution photography, and a full explanation of their procedure is reviewed upon discharge. Read More