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Our Services

Dr. Hall offers well and sick care for dogs, cats, birds and exotic animals that includes but is not limited to;

  • routine vaccinations
  • digital radiography
  • in house blood labs
  • specialty labs for exotic species
  • nutritional, husbandry, and behavioral consultations
  • surgeries (all species) including spay and neuter, soft tissue surgeries, some orthopedics, shell repairs, and dentistry (all species)


Doctor Hall vaccinates her patients on a case-by-case basis. There is no cookie cutter package, but rather a risk-based determination of only what is necessary for that individual. Our office uses two types of vaccines; Ultra low dose purified for minimal volume of administration, and Purevax. Purevax are the ONLY line of vaccinations that are adjuvant free. This allows the best chance for no injection site reactions. Ferret special vaccinations are available, and Dr Hall is closely monitoring the Rabbit Hemorrhagic Fever situation in the US to evaulate the need for this vaccine in future.


A presurgical examination is performed on all patients/all species. Bloodwork prior to any anesthetic procedure is good medicine, and our standard if safe for the patient. All patients are given supplimental heat during surgeries, warmed intravenous fluids, and a 7 point patient monitoring system the same as human patients. Dr Hall practices aggressive pain control for all of her patients, including wildlife. After your pet is in recovery, you will receive a call from our office for an update & a scheduled discharge time. You will receive printed aftercare instructions on how to properly take care of your baby during recovery.


Dental disease occurs in 80-90% of dogs and 70% of cats by the age of three. Dental disease will naturally progress over time. When the doctor recommends a teeth cleaning it is for the health and comfort of your pet. Dental disease eventually causes discomfort, can lead to infections, and can be life threatening if left too long in the geriatric or immune-compromised patient. If any of you has experienced a tooth abcess, or needed a root canal, you know how bad tooth problems can feel. Your pet has the same discomfort, they just can't speak up & say "HEY, my mouth hurts - I need to see the doc!" Not wanting to chew hard treats or toys, not wanting to eat hard food, pawing at the face, tooth chattering when chewing, blood in the mouth, foul breath can all be signs that a trip to the veterinary dentist is needed.


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