Animal Health Services is proud to offer the following services:
Animals can suffer from plaque and tartar build-up just like us. They can also get broken and infected teeth that can abscess and be very painful. We offer complete dental care, including digital oral radiographs to locate diseased teeth which cannot be determined by visual exam only.
Avian & Exotic Medicine
Avian and exotic pets need wellness checkups, just like cats and dogs. In many cases, when an exotic pet becomes ill, it is due to a lack of proper specialized care. We recommend that you bring your pet for a biannual examination.
Our goal is to provide you with answers, no matter what the problem is. We have a wide range of equipment and knowledge to perform a variety of different surgical procedures. As soon as it is safe for your pet to go home, we will contact you and allow you to pick your pet up as soon as possible.
Our groomers have years of experience and can do any custom cut that you request. You can also request medical services while your dog is being groomed.
We offer a comfortable and caring environment for your pet while you’re away, and best of all, they’ll be under the constant watch of our highly trained veterinary team.
Laser surgery is a fundamentally different approach to surgery, resulting in less pain, less bleeding, less inflammation, and less infection for our patients. It works great for arthritis, as well as soft tissue injuries, and even wounds and ear infections!
Preventive care is an important part of keeping our pets healthy and monitoring their health over time. It is often easier to prevent illness than treat it once it has taken hold. We are proactive about reducing the stress around veterinary care. We will not only address the physical well-being of our patients but also their emotional wellbeing.
How to Contact Us:
We’re located near the Longview/Kelso Border in Cowlitz County, WA. We are an industry leading veterinarian serving Longview, WA and Kelso, WA. We have a simple idea that our clients wish their pets receive the same care and attention that we ourselves would hope to find at an animal hospital. We put your pet's health and happiness first with the highest standard veterinary care.
Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri: 7am - 6pm
Thurs: 9:30am - 6pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 9am - 5pm
Could your cat have osteoarthritis? Your cat’s activities and behaviors may be signs of osteoarthritis. On this website, www.zeotispetcare.com , you can find a checklist and questionnaire to help you assess your cat's behavior for signs of osteoarthritis. If you are concerned and want to have your cat seen, please contact us.