A full-service practice offering a diverse array of medical care
With Seymour Veterinary Hospital, your pet is assured of receiving comprehensive care from the days of being a puppy or kitten to being an esteemed “elder” in your household.
Our veterinarians and staff are experts at meeting your pet’s needs at every life stage, and we know how to care for you, too. As one of our clients, you will always be treated with courtesy and respect, and we’ll be sure to clearly explain your pet’s health status to you and answer any questions you may have.
No matter how minor or major the surgery, you want a surgical team that approaches every procedure with the same careful preparation and meticulous attention to detail. We can refer you to surgical specialists who do precisely that, and who give you the peace of mind of knowing your pet is in the hands of a proven professional using advanced surgical procedures. Pets requiring surgery will receive pre-operative blood work and diagnostic screening as necessary. They will also receive pain medication before, during and after surgery to keep them feeling as comfortable as possible.
Laboratory testing and digital imaging open “a window into your pet’s body”, helping us see the health of the organ systems. Sometimes, a pet that appears healthy can often be hiding symptoms of disease. A physical exam may not be enough to diagnose your pet and additional diagnostic tests may be required. Seymour Veterinary Hospital is equipped with a complete, state-of-the art diagnostic laboratory x-ray equipment and ultrasound capabilities — with results often available the same day of the appointment.
Did you know that more than 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have some form of periodontal disease by the age of two? (Source: American Veterinary Medical Association). These are eye-opening figures, especially when you consider that dental disease can lead to bacteria entering your pet’s bloodstream, which may result in serious damage to the heart, liver and kidneys. If your pet suffers from bad breath, yellowish plaque, red swollen gums, pain or bleeding when eating or has missing/loose teeth, it may be a sign your pet needs immediate dental care. Call us to schedule a check up.