At Harmony Hill Animal Hospital, we offer a variety of services to care for your pet. If you have any questions or would like more information on how we can care for your pet, please contact us today.
- Wellness care
- Pediatric and geriatric specialty care
- Internal medicine
- Hospice care and end of life counseling
- Pain management
- Feline-friendly practices
- Behavior counseling
- International and Domestic Health Certificates
- Fear-free practices
Wellness is more than being free of illness. At Harmony Hill Animal Hospital, we work with you to make sure your cats and dogs are as healthy and happy as is possible. Regular examinations, vaccinations, and blood work help catch potential problems early.
Our staff understands the challenges and concerns of different life stages. Pediatric medicine focuses on early recognition of congenital issues, establishing ideal health practices, creating positive social skills, and promoting a strong family and pet relationship. Geriatric medicine focuses on the delicate balance of managing multiple, often serious, concurrent health issues and maximizing the quality and comfort of the senior years and beyond.
Diagnosis and treatment of internal medicine disorders requires attention to detail and looking at the pet holistically, rather than a collection of parts. It often requires pulling together information from many sources, looking at trends and patterns, and working with other doctors to reach a diagnosis and optimal treatment plan. Harmony Hill Animal Hospital offers the ability to extensively work up and diagnose complicated cases and to manage them over time.
Harmony Hill Animal Hospital offers a variety of surgical procedures including spays and neuters, dental treatments with oral surgery, soft tissue procedures such as mass removals and biopsies, and in conjunction with specialists, orthopedic procedures such as cruciate ligament and fracture repairs.
Safer anesthesia with reduced anxiety and post-operative pain with the smoothest recovery possible are our passions. We believe in preventing pain, as well as treating it after it occurs. Multi-modal anesthesia and pain management are utilized in every patient, and all animals are closely monitored from the time of sedation through and after recovery from the procedure. Every staff member receives extensive additional training in anesthesia, pain recognition, and pain management to help keep your pet comfortable and safe.
One of the most difficult stages of life is the time before our loved ones leave us. Our mission is to provide support for our aging cats and dogs as well as for their loved ones as they move through the end stages of their life. We actively address pain, anxiety and general comfort and work with owners to maintain the quality and dignity of life in their beloved pets.
Gone are the times where we have only one or two ways to help a cat or a dog feel better. We now have many options available, including numerous medications, supplements, physical therapy, laser therapy and more to help with pain management. All staff members at Harmony Hill Animal Hospital are trained to recognize the sometimes subtle signs of both acute as well as chronic pain and understand the many ways we have to help bring comfort.
We offer complete oral health assessments and treatment, including intraoral radiographs, tartar and calculus removal, polishing, oral surgery including gingival reduction, tooth extractions, and repair of gingival defects and infection. Our lead doctor has particular interest and extensive experience in dentistry. We believe that prevention is the best medicine and work closely with pet parents to maintain great oral health for their cats and dogs.
Cats are not small dogs—they have unique emotional, medical, nutritional, and handling needs. They do best with quiet, gentle care. Our team specializes in cat consideration. We go above and beyond to help scared and shy kitties have a better veterinary experience. From a dedicated waiting area to a cat adoption area, we are here to help as much as we can. We also work closely with The Cats at Longstreet, a local, non-profit, cat rescue organization.
Behavioral issues are the number one reason that cats and dogs are abandoned and euthanized. We work with clients to identify potential problems early and are proactive with behavior modification programs and suggestions.
Moving? We’ll provide any health certificates you need whether you’re moving cross-country or across the ocean.
We work from the first time a pet walks in, and every time they walk in, to start creating positive experiences and good expectations. We are in it for the long-haul and use every encounter as an opportunity to build a beautiful, lifelong relationship with the client and the pet.
Please contact us today if you have any questions or would like to learn more about how we care for your pet.