3240 Briarfield Blvd                       2814 Glendale Ave

Maumee, OH 43537                       Toledo, OH 43614

   419-861-4474                                 419-724-4474

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Our veterinarians offer a great Geriatric Package to ensure your pets are safe and happy throughout the "golden years".

The package includes the following:

     2 physical exams a year - This allows us to evaluate and monitor skin growths, lumps (masses), weight changes, physical/mental condition, dental disease, and address your concerns. Additional doctor visits with-in the year would be at 10% off the regular price.

     Basic Blood Testing - 1 CBC/General chemistry profile with electrolytes. This is blood testing that looks for anemias as well as evaluating liver, kidneys, blood sugar, pancreatic enzymes and electrolyte levels.

     Thyroid (T4) Level check - includes 1 test - T4 levels affect all organs of the body as well as body weight. Cats tend to have problems with high of a thyroid level which leads to weight loss and heart disease. Dogs tend to have problems with too low of a thyroid level which leads to obesity, skin/ear issues and general lethargy.

     1 complete Urinalisys including a urine Protein Creatinine Ratio. - This can detect early kidney disease. The Urinalisys also screens for infections, crystals, and diabetes.

     15% off any additional diagnostics including:

  Tonopen exam to check for glaucoma which is painful and can cause blindness. Glaucoma can occur in any dog or cat, but is more common in Cocker Spaniels and Beagles. 

  X-Rays of chest, abdomen, hips and legs.

  EKGs including a Holter monitor to check for heart Arrhythmias over a 2 hour period. This is important in breeds such as boxers and Dobermans.

  15% off Complete Dental Cleaning - This includes pre procedure blood testing, IV fluids, anesthesia, dental scaling, polishing, and antibiotic and pain injections.


    



GERIATRIC CARE

​Did you know that pets age faster than people and can be considered "seniors" at around 6 years of age? Just as our health care needs change as we age, your pet's health care needs also change. Nutritional needs, exercise habits, and many aspects of your pet's daily routine can change as your pet ages.