Whether they’re a brand new puppy or kitten, a healthy middle-aged pet, or a pet who is reaching their senior years, your companion will receive an annual check-up, which includes a complete physical exam with a thorough evaluation of your pet’s heart, lungs, abdomen, eyes, ears, teeth, skin, skeletal system, and neurological system.
If you are bringing your pet for a specific problem, a physical exam is done and then focus will be on your current concern. Together, we will formulate a plan with you for treatment and/or testing.
We offer a variety of surgical procedures for patients of Oak Grove Animal Hospital. Beyond spays and neuters, dewclaw removal, stomach tacking, bladder stone removal, mass removal and more. For complicated orthopedic procedures we maintain a collaborative relationship with a board certified surgeon who comes to our hospital to perform surgeries.
Under anesthesia, we use ultrasound technology to thoroughly and efficiently clean your pet’s teeth above and below the gum line.
Ultrasound is a pain-free, non-invasive technique that uses high-frequency sound waves to produce a real-time image of your pet’s internal organs. Often considered more exact than radiographs, ultrasound provides a movie of what is happening inside your pet’s body. It is particularly useful in viewing your pet’s abdominal organs including the spleen, kidneys, liver, and gallbladder. It can also be used to evaluate heart functions, bladder scans and other areas such as the thyroid glands, testicles and mammary glands. Using the ultrasound image as a guide, biopsies can be obtained without major surgery and your pet can often go home the same day. Ultrasounds are typically not stressful for your pet and take anywhere from 30 to 60 minutes to perform. Oak Grove Animal Hospital works with specially trained veterinary ultrasonographers who come to our facility to perform a wide range of ultrasound studies, which includes echocardiograms, abdominal scans and ultrasound guided biopsies.
Our groomer, Beth has been grooming since 1999