Routine Vaccines - Canine:
- Distemper/Parvo Combination Vaccine: We recommend this vaccine at 8, 11, and 14 weeks of age followed by an annual booster.
- Rabies: Initial vaccination should occur between 12-14 weeks followed by an annual booster.
- Bordatella (Kennel Cough): Recommended initially at 8 weeks and 11 weeks followed by a semi-annual booser.
- Canine Influenza (H3N8): We recommend beginning this vaccine with the 11 and 14 week puppy shots followed by an annual booster.
- Lymes: Initial puppy vaccination is a series of two and the appropriate time should be discussed with your doctor, after which we recommend an annual booster.
- Rattlesnake Vaccine: If your dog is at risk of exposure to Rattlesnakes, we recommend beginning these vaccines at an early age (specific age may depend on which other vaccines your dog is receiving) and annual boosters.
Dogs should also be tested annually for Heartworms and Intestinal parasites and we recommend administering montly Heartworm and Flea/Tick preventatives all year.
Routine Vaccines - Feline:
- Feline Distemper Vaccine: We recommend this vaccine at 10 and 13 and 16 weeks of age followed by an annual booster.
- Feline Leukemia : This vaccine should also begin at 10 weeks of age followed by a booster at 13 weeks, then again at 16 weeks . For outside cats who are not vaccinated against this disease as kittens, a simple blood test may be required prior to vaccination in order to insure the disease is not already present.
- Rabies: Initial vaccination should occur at 13 weeks followed by an annual booster.
Laser Therapy Treatment Available
Learn about the benefits of this treatment
Granbury Animal Clinic is very proud to be offering Companion Laser Therapy Treatment as a method of treating multiple chronic conditions as well as assisting in relief of post-operative pain relief and reduction of swelling and bleeding.
Since introducing laser treatment to our list of services, the results have been have proven very successful. Read a few client testimonials below and call our office or click on the link above to learn more about this state-of-the-art technology.
"Grizzley" - My dog Grizzley was diagnosed with severe hip dysplasia. As a result, he had to be medicated until we started laser treatments. Now he has no meds and is able to be active and believe me, that says a lot. I truly believe in these treatments, they have done a miracle for my Grizzley.
-Margarete Bartram, Granbury Animal Clinic Client
"Sassy" - I am so happy that we didn't wait to do the laser treatments for Sassy. I was hesitant at first because it is a new treatment, you're not sure you can justify spending the money. Sassy is 15 and is like a puppy again after 4 sessions. She has not had Rimadyl (pain medication) for a week and is not grumpy with the other dogs!
-Elise Techentine, Granbury Animal Clinic Client
- Radiographic Evaluations (X-Ray) - Our in-house X-Ray equipment provides us the ability to view radiographs in a matter of minutes.
- Heartworm Testing and Treatment - All dogs should be tested for heartworms a minimum of once a year. This is a simple blood test which we run in our clinic laboratory and takes only about 10 minutes. We offer a variety of heartworm preventatives as well as full heartworm treatment in the event the test were to come up positive.
- Wellness or Illness Examination - Even if your pets are seemingly healthy all year, it is essential to have an annual wellness exam to ensure there are no health problems present that you may not be able to see. Of course, in the event of illness or injury, the doctors at Granbury Animal Clinic are available 24 hours a day for treatment.
- Neuter and Spay - Neutering or Spaying your pets is an important part of owning animals. Not only does it help control the pet population by reducing the number of stray, homeless or unwanted animals, it also reduces your pets' risk of developing reproductive problems such as prostate cancer or mammary tumors.
- Allergy Testing - Allergies can be caused by a multitude of factors, testing is often an essential part of determining the factors and prescribing the most effective treatment.
- Nail Clips - A dog's nails should be trimmed approximately once a month in order to avoid walking difficulty as a result of long nails.
- Bathing - We offer bathing and other similar grooming services at Granbury Animal Clinic.
- Vaccinations - You already know that on of the most effective ways of protecting your pet's health is to provide immunization against various common and some deadly diseases. Our policy is to provide the best well-tested combinations of protection for your pet.
- Dental Care - Increasingly, pet owners have become aware of the fact that it's just as important to have their pets' teeth examined and cleaned on a regular basis as it is to protect their own teeth and gums. Our specialized services include cleaning, polishing, fluoride treatment, tooth extraction, endodontics and oral surgery. Much of this is accomplished with high-speed, air driven dental equipment identical to that used by your personal dentist.
- Regular Health Examinations - It is important to detect medical problems as early as possible, just as periodic checkups are wonderfully reassuring if no problem exists. The care which starts with your puppy or kitten can pay extra dividends once your companion becomes geriatric.
- Boarding - Reservations are required for boarding. We have an array of kennel sizes to accommodate all varieties of animals. All kennel and runs are heated and / or air conditioned.
- Surgery - Because many pets require some type of surgery during their lifetime, our clinic includes up to date surgical facilities and provides modern anesthetic techniques. A wide variety of soft tissue, orthopedic, or elective surgeries can be performed along with close monitoring.
- Micro-Chipping - Dog and Cat micro-chipping is a simple procedure. A veterinarian simply injects a micro-chip for pets, about the size of a grain of rice (12 mm) beneath the surface of your pet's skin between the shoulder blades. The process is similar to a routine shot, takes only a few seconds and your pet will not react any more than he would to a vaccination. No anesthetic is required. www.homeagain.com
- Fecal Flotation - Fecal Flotation is a routine veterinarian test that is used to identify the presence of intestinal parasites or "worms". " The test detects eggs of mature parasites..." The test actually detects eggs of mature parasites that live in the intestine and excrete their eggs to the outside of the hosts stool.
- Small Animal Health Certificates - If you are staking your pet across state or international borders, a health certificate is required. The health certificate must be signed by a veterinarian after your pet has been examined and found to be free of disease. Your pets vaccinations must be up to date in order for the health certificate to be completed.