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Wellness Exams

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Routine wellness exams are one of the easiest and most important ways of making sure your pet lives a long, healthy and happy life. These examinations allow us to set and measure a baseline of their health and behavior. During each examination, we will carefully check your pet's eyes, ears, mouth, nose, and skin in order to look for the subtle signs of health issues or discomfort. If we do catch something, it is important to catch issues early when they are easiest to treat.
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Vaccines are divided into two classes for dogs and cats: core and non-core. Core vaccines (such as rabies) are required for any dog or cat to have. Non-core vaccines are recommended based on unique lifestyles or risk-factors. During your visit, we will examine your pet, ask about their activities, and recommend an effective vaccination schedule to keep your pet happy, healthy, and by your side.
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Parasite Control

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Parasites (such as fleas, ticks, and heartworms) can range from annoyance to downright dangerous for pets. We will carefully examine your dog or cat for telltale signs of parasites and can recommend trusted preventive brands to ensure that your pet is safe from any types of parasites in the area.
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Dogs and cats often have issues with their gastrointestinal tract. We can use cutting edge tools, like endoscopy, in order to examine the cause of any stomach or digestive issues. These problems can cause severe discomfort for pets, and it's important to determine the cause of symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhea, or changes in appetite.
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Dermatology refers to the study of the skin. Allergic disorders and skin disease is a frequently observed problem in dogs and cats with the cause ranging from fleas to hormonal disorders to food allergies. Diagnosing allergic disorders and skin disease in your pet may require diagnostic tests such as blood work, skin scraping, cytology and biopsies in order to obtain an accurate diagnosis and develop a plan tailored to your pets specific needs. If your pet experiences frequent ear infections or you observe excessive itching, foot licking, hair loss, scooting or the presence of scales, scabs or rashes, call 941-391-5251 to reserve an appointment today.
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Dog eyes
Animals suffer from eye problems similar to those which affect humans. These problems may include cataracts, glaucoma, dry eye, corneal ulceration, tumors of the eye, eyelid defects, inflammation of the eye and surrounding tissues and many others. By treating conditions pertaining to the eye both medically and surgically, Dr. Groves may be able to preserve or restore vision and relieve a painful eye. Ophthalmic examination may include a Schirmer tear test, fluorescence stain or intraocular pressure measurement by digital tonometry. Some of the most common conditions treated include reconstructive eyelid surgery and tumor resection, etopic cilia excision, enucleation and entropion and cherry eye surgery. Call 941-391-5251 to reserve an appointment today.
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Endocrinology is the study of hormones. Endocrine disorders commonly found in dogs and cats include hypothyroidism, diabetes, Cushing's Disease and Addison's Disease. Observable signs of endocrine disorders include, but are not limited to, abnormal energy levels, abnormal behavior, abnormal drinking, urinating and eating behavior, excessive panting, skin disorders and weight gain or loss. Call 941-391-5251 to reserve an appointment if you witness these signs.
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Although more often detected in older pets, heart disease can affect your pet at any age. Physical examination is the initial step in detecting a heart condition with additional testing usually required to accurately identify the cause. Additional tests may include electrocardiograms, radiographs and ultrasounds. Heart disease can be a life threatening condition but early diagnosis and appropriate therapy can extend your pet's life.
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Nutritional Counseling

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We provide guidance regarding your pet's nutritional needs for each life stage, including dietary requirements for growth and weight maintenance. We are proud of our selection of prescription and non-prescription diets from Royal Canin and Hills Science Diet. There are many choices available and we only recommend what we believe are high quality, palatable diets for your pet. For your convenience, we do offer home delivery of medications and diets. For a free nutritional counseling consultation with a veterinary technician, call 941-391-5251.
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Thousands of pets become lost every day. With a Home Again pet microchip, you'll give your pet the best chance of coming back home to you. Microchips are small transponders, about the size of a grain of rice, that use radio frequency waves to transmit information. Our medical staff implants the device beneath the surface of the skin between the shoulder blades through a syringe. The subcutaneous tissue actually holds the microchip in place. The procedure is quite similar to routine vaccinations, requires no anesthetic, takes just a brief moment to place and most pets don't react at all. A microchip, having no internal energy or power source, is a permanent form of identification and is designed to last the life of your pet. Each microchip has a unique number used to identify the pet and obtain the owners contact information. The microchip is inactive until a portable hand-held scanner is passed over the pets body. The microchip receives enough power from the scanner to transmit the unique pet identification number. Once the identification number is obtained from the scanner, the microchip registry is contacted and the number given to the representative. The contact information is retrieved from the registry's database using the microchip identification number, the owner is then contacted and reunited with their pet. Although microchips are important, they do not replace collars, rabies tags or identification tags. Having both a microchip and current identification tag increases the likelihood of a lost pet being reunited with its family.
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Laser Therapy

At Groves Veterinary Clinic, we are dedicated to providing the highest quality of care for your beloved pet. That is why we are proud to offer the latest advancement in veterinary medicine: laser therapy. Our state-of-the-art equipment delivers non-invasive, pain-free, and highly effective treatments for a range of conditions, including joint pain, arthritis, wound healing, and more.

Laser therapy works by using deep-penetrating light to reduce inflammation, improve circulation, and promote tissue healing. This safe and effective technology provides quick relief for your pet's discomfort and can greatly improve their quality of life. Our experienced and knowledgeable team of veterinary professionals will work with you to develop a customized treatment plan that meets your pet's specific needs and ensures their optimal health and well-being.

We believe that every pet deserves the best possible care, and we are committed to providing that care through the use of cutting-edge technology and evidence-based practices. Book your appointment today!
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