We provide overall medical, surgical and other services for small companion animals.
We use the most progressive medical equipment and computer technology to facilitate and assist in providing the best care for your pet. At Far East Animal Care Center, we use conventional technology while staying up to date on the latest medical developments.
We have a modern operating room, a skilled surgeon with 22 years of experience, and state-of-the-art medical equipment.
We are ready and well equipped to care your pets dental needs, using dental ultrasonic scaling, polishing, power dental float.
We have a modern digital x-ray machine, with the ability of generating excellent quality radiographs. This will assist with identifying any medical and surgical problems, x-rays are a very successful diagnostic tool.
Our doctors use the most up-to-date and safest anesthetic drugs. We use isoflurane anesthetic gas. Your pet's post-operative comfort needs are closely monitored and our doctors are available for any questions or concerns.
We have the ultimate mobile endoscopic video system designed for all applications of veterinary endoscopy. This is a minimally-invasive procedure that aids us in the diagnosis of disease and emergency situations. It allows us to view inside a patients body and visualize the organs and internal systems without performing surgery.
Wellness Exams and Immunizations
Companion animals living a healthier life with proper preventive health care is the best way to enjoy them more and longer. We offer and recommend annual physical exams for all animals. Several health problems can be determined from a doctors examination, some of them are: dental disease, early lameness issues, or glaucoma.
Keeping your pet up to date with vaccines is a major key in their well being. Immunizations are to protect your pet against respiratory and intestinal diseases. Our vaccines include Leukemia, FVRCP(3 in 1 vaccine) it includes: Rhinotracheitis, Calicvirus and Panleukopenia for cats. For dogs Da2ppv (4 in 1 vaccine) it includes: Distemper, Hepititis, Parvovirus and Parainfluenza our other vaccines would be Rabies, Bordetella and we also have the rattlesnake vaccine available. Vaccines along with heartworm, flea and tick control are part of preventive health care for dogs and cats. Ask us for a copy of the vaccination guidelines and recommendations.
For our pet owners convenience, we have an in house pharmacy with inventory of veterinary drugs, supplies, medications, prescription foods and nutritional supplements. Ask us about our promotions for Heartgard heartworm preventives.
We have a full service in-house laboratory, which also assists us to obtain accurate information about your pet's health. Blood testing can pinpoint many health problems, including infection, anemia, liver and kidney disorders, diabetes, thyroid disease and cancer. We also have all lab history available if patient needs to be referred to a specialist.
We offer professional care for your pet including: monitoring from open to close, socializing,exercising, feeding, walking, medicating and above all providing compassionate love. We provide indoor/outdoor daycare and indoor overnight care.
Include nail trims and anal gland expression
An ultrasound examination, also known as ultrasonography, is a non-invasive imaging technique that allows internal body structures to be seen by recording echoes or reflections of ultrasonic waves which are considered to be safe.
Ultrasound equipment directs a narrow beam of high frequency sound waves into the area of interest. The sound waves may be transmitted through, reflected or absorbed by the tissues that they encounter.
The ultrasound waves that are reflected will return as "echoes" to the probe, and are converted into an image that is displayed on the monitor, giving a 2-dimensional "picture" of the tissues under examination.
The technique is invaluable for the examination of internal organs and was first used in veterinary medicine for pregnancy diagnosis. However, the technique is also extremely useful in evaluating heart conditions and identifying changes in abdominal organs. Ultrasonography is very useful in the diagnosis of cysts and tumors.
K-Laser Class IV therapeutic lasers deliver specific red and near infrared wavelengths of laser light to induce a photochemical reaction and therapeutic effect. Physiological effects include increased circulation, reduced inflammation, pain reduction and enhanced tissue healing. Laser energy increases circulation, drawing water, oxygen, and nutrients to the damaged area.Laser therapy has been used in Europe since the 1970's and was cleared by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 2005.