Your pets health is our highest priority
1232 S. General McMullen
Las Palmas Pet Clinic Services
From a six week old puppy to your elderly cat, it is important to provide you pet with yearly vaccinations. Puppies and kittens that are of six weeks of age should start receiving their vaccinations. A series are given two weeks apart until four vaccinations have been administered. Dogs and cats over three months of age are able to get a rabies vaccination, this is required by law. For optimal health, vacciines should be boostered annually.
At Las Palmas Pet Clinic, we take care to provide our clients high quality services personalized for the pet's unique needs. The services we provide range from preventative vaccinations to treatments of major injuries and everything in between. Our staff is professional, courteous and ready to assist you.
We provide a variety of services including:
If you have a flea or tick infestation or want to prevent one, we have several options available. We do flea and tick dips for immediate relief. If monthly prevention is what you need, we have a variety of topical flea and tick treatments. We carry Vectra, Frontline Tritak, Certifect as well as the prescription tablet Comfortis. If your pet does have fleas or ticks, there is a good chance they are in your yard and home as well.. To kill fleas and ticks in the environment just speak to one of our technicians to get the product that is right for you. NEW We have the once a month flea and tick prevention tablets
We provide a wide variety of surgical procedures from the routine spay or neuter to more complex operations. Please call us at 435-7732 if you have any concerns about your pet's health. Every surgical procedure is performed with the utmost care and attention no matter how routine. We are always aware that we are dealing with a member of your family and that is important to us.
If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact us. Our friendly staff will help find the best services and solutions for you. Call us at 435-7732.
Bad breath is only one of many reasons to have your pet's teeth cleaned. Tarter build-up and gingivitis not only cause pain when eating and chewing but can lead to more serious problems like heart and kidney disorders. If your pet drools more then usual, rubs at their mouth with their paw, cries oput or flinches when touched around the gum or mouth it maybe time for a dental exam.
A lost dog or cat is a pet owners worst nightmare; thousands of pets get lost each year. To help return missing animals to their loving family, Las Palmas Pet Clinic provides a microchipping service. The procedure is is really quite simple, a small microchip is injected just under your pet's skin between the shoulders. The microchip is then registered to the owner. If the pet were ever to get lost and taken to a pet shelter or veterinary clinic, a scan for a microchip would be done and would reveal a unique number to be traced to the owner. At Las Palmas, we not only implant the microchip in your pet but also register the microchip for the owner's convenience.
X-rays are often an important part of diagnosing problems in pets. At Las Palmas Pet Clinic we are able to perform x-rays and also frequently consult with a board certified veterinary radiologist for the utmost in quality care.