Regular screening can allow us to find diseases before symptoms are obvious. If we find a disease early, we have better success in treating the disease or may be able to slow the time until symptoms do show. Lab tests, x-rays, and ultrasound screenings can help detect potential problem areas such as:
Several of our staff doctors perform surgeries ranging from routine to very complicated. Dr. Chris Glawe, Dr. Jennifer Fick, and Dr. Jeremiah Moorer perform the orthopedic surgeries and more complicated soft tissue surgeries. Dr. Melani Poundstone, Dr. Melissa Etheridge, Dr. Karalyn Buttrill, Dr. Rakafet Orobona, Dr. Leslie Longo, and Dr. Sylvia Berns perform laparoscopic and soft tissue surgeries.
Hampden Family Pet Hospital uses digital x-ray (including dental x-ray) because it is more efficient than traditional x-rays, minimizes anesthesia, and provides for enhancement of images.
We have a complete radiology unit and employ a Board Certified Radiologist to view films and perform diagnostic ultrasound when needed for your pet.
We have a complete on-site lab facility which includes complete blood counts, chemistry profiles, electrolytes, urinalysis, fecal exams, and other tests for accurate and quick results.
Our CO2 surgical laser system uses controlled pulses of light to precisely destroy, cut, or remove target tissue by vaporizing tissue.
Acupuncture has been proven to increase endorphins (the body’s natural analgesia and pain relievers), boost the immune system, increase blood circulation to the areas needed, relieve muscle spasms, and stimulate nerves.
We use the same state of the art monitoring and anesthesia as we do for other major surgeries to ensure optimum safety. We perform laparoscopic spay procedures.
Find out what is involved in a teeth cleaning, better practices for teeth care, and other dental information.
The diagnosis of cancer in a companion animal can be devastating. Few words evoke such depth and variety of emotion as the word cancer. Fortunately, there are currently many options for treatment of the various forms of malignancies found in dogs and cats
Rocky Mountain Veterinary Dermatology is the compassionate, affordable, expert choice for your pet’s allergy, skin or ear problem.
Occasionally, dogs and cats experience heart and lung related symptoms that require an expert familiar with these conditions.
Class IV Laser therapy uses electromagnetic energy to direct an intense beam of laser light into tissues to reduce pain, decrease inflammation, and accelerate healing time.
We employ a certified veterinary technician to care for sick, injured, and post-operative patients twenty-four hours a day Monday-Friday.