Your pet from nose to tail
For all of your pet’s healthcare needs, count on the team at Headwaters Veterinary Center to be there. We take you step-by-step through each process, answer all your questions, and ensure you and your pet leave feeling better than when you came in.
Wellness Care & Vaccinations
Spay & Neuter
Allergy Testing & Allergy Management
Did you know your pets can have allergies too? Same as humans, pets experience the itchy, irritating, uncomfortable allergies that come from environmental, dietary, medical, or genetic factors. Here’s a few signs your pet has an allergy -
1. Skin irritation: Allergies can cause pets to itch, scratch, or lose hair.
2. Sneezing and coughing: Pets can experience respiratory allergies that cause these symptoms.
3. Runny eyes and nose: Allergies can cause excessive tearing, eye discharge, or a runny nose.
4. Vomiting or diarrhea: Food allergies may cause these gastrointestinal symptoms.
5. Ear infections: Allergies can cause discomfort, head shaking, and a foul odor in the ears.If you notice any of these signs in your pet, it is important to schedule an appointment with Headwaters Veterinary Center to determine the underlying cause of the symptoms and develop a treatment plan.
Soft Tissue Surgery
We understand that the thought of your pet undergoing surgery can be stressful. However, our surgical team is dedicated to ensuring the success of every procedure and your pet's full recovery. We take every measure to minimize risks and ensure your pet's safety and comfort throughout the entire process.
Headwaters Veterinary Center covers soft tissue surgeries such as -
1. Pet surgeries: Removing reproductive organs in female (spay) and male (neuter) animals.
2. Tumor removal: Surgery to remove soft tissue tumors.
3. Exploratory surgery: Look inside the body to determine the cause of an illness or injury.
4. Abdominal surgery: Removing bladder stones, repairing a hernia, or removing an obstructed object from the gastrointestinal tract.
5. Ophthalmic surgery: Repairing a prolapsed gland of the third eyelid, treating corneal ulcers, or removing a damaged eye.
6. Wound repair: Surgical repair for lacerations, puncture wounds, or other injuries.