Help your pet heal with therapy laser.
Drug Free. Surgery Free. Relief for your pet.
Therapy Lasers have been scientifically proven and successful in treating
post-surgical pain and many acute and chronic conditions.
Acute Conditions, Wounds, Allergies, Infections, Cuts/ Bites, Inflammations, Tooth Extraction Pain Relief, Sprains, Strains & Fractures, Post-Surgical Healing / Pain Relief, Chronic Conditions, Degenerative Joint Disease, Inflammatory Bowel Disease,
Periodontal Disease, Lick Granulomas, Geriatric Care, Hip Dysplasia, Feline Acne, Tendonitis, Arthritis
Add Therapy Laser Treatment to your pet’s surgery procedure!
Reduce pain and speed up healing for as little as $10
Single Treatment areas are $25 per session or bundle and save!
Buy 3 for $60
Buy 6 for $90
Multiple Treatment areas are $37.5 per session or bundle and save!
Buy 3 for $90
Buy 6 for $150
Payment in full is due at time of service. We accept all major credit cards. We do not offer billing services.
Our in-house laboratory allows us to perform many types of testing that can aid in the diagnosis and treatment of your pet. Our state-of-the-art, in-house laboratory equipment allows us to diagnose your pet within 10 minutes in most cases. An important member of our team is our Laboratory and Pharmacy Technician, who is able to perform these diagnostic tests for our veterinarians while your pet is being treated on an outpatient basis. We are able to perform many tests as they are needed for your pet’s care, including: •Urine tests •Skin scrapes •Test for viruses (Parvovirus, Feline Leukemia Virus, and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus) •Heartworm test •Fecal examinations (testing for the presence of hookworms, whipworms, tapeworms, and roundworms) •Ear cytology •Mass cytology •Skin cytology •Complete blood counts •Chemistries •Pregnancy Testing
Surgeries are appointment based.
Appointments are available
Drop-off time is 7:30-8:00am.
Pets must be picked up by 5pm same day.
Pets should not have any food or water after 11p the night before surgery.
All pets over the age of 7yrs must have pre-op blood work before going under anesthesia. Senior pets will also have an IV Catheter placed and receive IV Fluids during their procedure. Please see below for the costs of these procedures.
Spay and Neuter Prices
Feline $70 $55
Canine < 30lbs $85 $70
Canine 31-40lbs $95 $80
Canine 41-60lbs $105 $90
Canine 60-80lbs $110 $100
Canine 81-100lbs $130 $110
Canine 101-120lbs $150 $130
Our Spay/Neuter services include Heart and Respiratory monitoring, a complimentary 1yr Rabies Vaccine, Pain Medication during the pets procedure and post-operatively and a complimentary nail trim.
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~~There are additional fees should your pet be: In Heat: $20 Pregnant: $30
Obese: $30 Retained Testicles: $40 Umbilical Hernia Repair: $30
Price starts at $80, only $40 if being performed along with spay/neuter surgery.
There are additional fees for extractions.
Fecal Exam: $15
FeLV/FIV Test: $30
Heartworm Test + Tick Panel: $32
IV. Cath & Fluids: $26
Nail Trim: $12
Wellness Exam: $20
Physical Exam: $30
Pre-op Bloodwork: $60
1yr Rabies: $15
3yr Rabies: $15
1yr Rabies: $15
3yr Rabies: $15
Dogwood Park Animal Clinic
We have an online storefront available to our clients to allow them to purchase their pets medications online and have them shipped directly to their home.
1st Saturday 8a-12p
We are closed for Lunch from 12-1p.
Digital Radiography & Ultrasound
Digital x-rays offer many benefits over previous film radiographs. Within seconds after taking an image, the results are displayed on a high-definition screen for analysis. Features of the computer program allow clinicians to manipulate the picture to create the most ideal image possible. What this means for our patients are: better pictures, less time undergoing imaging, and more accurate diagnosis. We also have the ability to submit your pets radiographs to a board certified Radiologist for their expert interpretation.
Abdominal ultrasound allows us to visualize the tissue density of many organs with detail that is not possible with x-rays. With abdominal ultrasound we can see the bladder, kidneys, gall bladder, lymph nodes, blood vessels, abnormal fluids, pancreas, tumors, adrenal glands, uterus, stomach, and intestines. As early as 21 days into pregnancy we can see beating fetal hearts. Organs or masses can be measured and compared with normal structures. Furthermore, a small needle can be guided by ultrasound to take a sample of a particular tissue or fluid. Patients must have their fur clipped to allow for the best images. In emergency cases or to answer a specific question about an organ such as the gallbladder or bladder, ultrasound offers real time assessment of the patient’s problem.