From routine exams to vaccination schedules, parasite control to nutrition and weight management, we provide the full range of preventative care for pets and owners who want to keep them healthy and happy.
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It can be stressful when something’s wrong with your pet and you don’t know what’s causing the problem. That’s where we come in, with our advanced suite of cutting edge diagnostic tools. From our in-house lab to our x-ray and ultrasound capabilities and more, we’ll get to the root of what’s causing your pet discomfort so it can be treated safely.
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Veterinary Pet Surgery
There’s a long list of reasons why your pet may require surgery, but what matters most is that you feel that your best friend is in the best possible hands when a need for surgery arises. We’re deeply experienced in handling everything from the most routine to the most advanced surgical procedures here at Archer Veterinary Clinic.
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Pet Dental Services
Keeping your pet’s mouth healthy is essential, just as it is in humans. At Archer Veterinary Clinic, we have everything you need to ensure that your best friend’s mouth, teeth, and gums stay healthy.
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Advanced veterinary services range from laser therapies to reproductive care and dermatology— and you’ll find it all here at Archer Veterinary Clinic. Read on to discover more about these advanced services and what they have to offer your pets.
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Puppy & Kitten Care
Puppies and kittens are special new members of the family— and they require special veterinary care. At Archer Veterinary Clinic, we want to be your trusted partner in providing your puppy or kitten the best possible start to life with health, wellness, and freedom from disease or parasites.
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Senior Pet Care
Because pets age so much faster than we do, they can become seniors before we know it. Older pets need a bit more veterinary care and attention than younger pets do to help spot and treat age-related illnesses or pain.
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