Dorr Veterinary Hospital

Small Animals

General Physical Exam:
  Because of the shorter lifespan of our pets, we stress the importance of an annual physical examination.  Thorough check-ups and preventative care can help alleviate serious health problems.  We offer a wide range of services to keep your pets feeling their best.

Dentistry:  Good dental care is important for keeping your pet's teeth healthy, but it also helps prevent certain systemic problems.  Our dental service includes teeth cleaning and polishing, tooth extractions and minor oral surgery.  In some cases, your pet may go home on antibiotics.  

Laboratory:  Our clinic is equipped with a variety of blood analyzers for performing complete blood counts, chemical profiles and electrolytes.   We  use numerous "Snap Tests" which will give quick results for parvovirus, heartworm, thyroid, cortisol, Feline Leukemia or  pancreatitis.  In some cases, we will utilize several outside laboratories for complex specimen analysis.  We can perform routine fecal analysis, urinalysis, dermatology scrapings and slides for cytology in the office.

Surgical Services:  Our small animal surgical suite and anesthesia equipment can accomodate a variety of surgical procedures.  Advanced patient monitoring equipment assists with patient safety while under general anesthesia.  A variety of elective procedures such as spay and neuter surgeries are performed as well as more advanced orthopedic procedures such as cruciate ligament repair and bone fracture repair.  

Imaging Services:  Our on-site X-ray equipment provides high quality radiographs to aid in the quick diagnosis of many disorders.  

Ultrasound:  This noninvasive test allows for evaluation of abdominal organs and can aid in obtaining fine needle biopsies or pregnancy evaluation.  

Permanent Identification:  We offer and recommend microchip permanent identification and registration for your pet. The chip's registration number can be identified with a scanner used by veterinary  hospitals and animal shelters across the country that will match your pet's microchip information to a national database.     It cannot be lost, even if your pet is and ensures that you and your pet are reunited. 

Pharmacy:  We maintain a complete inventory of pharmaceuticals, vitamins, shampoos, flea and tick control products and heartworm preventatives to meet the needs of your pet.  We also carry a full line of prescription diets. 

Vaccinations: Vaccinations are an important part of keeping your pet healthy.  Kittens and puppies should receive their first vaccination at 8 weeks, with monthly boosters until 16 weeks.  After that, yearly vaccinations are required.  Many diseases may be easily prevented through the use of vaccines.  We will recommend a vaccine schedule based on your pet's age, lifestyle, and risk factors.

*after hours emergency service available for established clientele

Dorr Veterinary Hospital
1070 Highway 92
Delta,CO 81416

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