Being startled by a sudden loud noise is common, and not unusual in pets or people. However, if your pet trembles, hides, panics, drools excessively, tries to run away, or clings to you when loud noise is happening, it’s quite likely that he or she suffers from a condition called noise aversion. You’re not alone: … Read moreDoes Your Pet Hate Big Bangs? We Can Help!
We are offering digital appointments to complement ongoing in-office care through PetDesk. If you are interested in connecting digitally, you will need to download PetDesk if you haven’t already. Some important details: PetDesk connects you with our veterinary team, not a third-party veterinarian. Consultations will cost $40. If your pet needs to be seen in person for an exam, … Read moreOur Telemedicine Services are Bridging the Gap!
To our LEAH Families: Life as we know it has definitely changed for most of us in recent months. In regard to veterinary care, we have had to make some adjustments. However, our core purpose has not changed. As the state moves to higher phases of reopening, many of you are asking when we will … Read moreAn Important Message from Dr. John Dee
We’re thrilled to announce that we are now able to offer our full suite of services, with the exception of overnight boarding. We are still, for the most part, maintaining a curbside business model. This limited contact approach means we ask that you call our front desk when you arrive at the hospital so that … Read moreAn Update on our COVID-19 Protocols