Bennett Creek Animal Hospital

Veterinary Services

MEDICINE, SURGERY & DENTISTRY: From the routine vaccination or teeth cleaning, to complex orthopedic surgeries in our sterile surgical suite, Doctors Walcoff and Deans provide high quality veterinary services to dogs, cats, rabbits, ferrets, pocket pets, birds, and all other exotic pets.

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Preventive Healthcare

Wellness checkups, vaccinations, fecal checks, and preventive treatments for parasites (fleas, ticks, and worms) help maintain optimum health for your pet. Our Doctors and experienced technicians can help guide you through your options for the best routine wellness and prevention plan to meet your pet's individual needs.

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Geriatric Screenings

We offer full diagnostic work-ups for the early detection and treatment of disease in our older patients. Proper management of arthritic patients will help your pet live a happier more comfortable life.

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Dentistry

Regular ultrasonic dental cleanings are an important part of maintaining your pet's health. In our state-of-the-art dentistry suite we offer digital dental radiography to take X-ray pictures of the teeth, bones, and surrounding soft tissues. These pictures are available within moments on our advanced computer system to enable our staff to screen for and identify problems with the teeth, mouth and jaw including cavities, hidden dental structures (such as wisdom teeth), and bone loss that can not be seen during a routine visual examination. Dental X-rays may also be done as follow-up after dental treatments.

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Laboratory Services

Complete blood counts, serum chemistry profiles, urine and fecal testing, as well as specific tests for heart worm disease, lyme disease, ehrlichosis, feline leukemia, feline AIDS and others can be performed in minutes in our hospital laboratory. Additional and more complex testing services are also available.

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Pharmacy and Prescription Diets

Prescription medicines, parasite prevention regimens, flea and tick control products and prescription pet food are available from our convenient in-house pharmacy.

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HOSPITALIZATION AND SPECIAL SERVICES: For our very sick patients we provide hospitalization and intensive care as well as a specialized isolation area for patients with contagious diseases.

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Anesthesia, Surgery and Recovery

Pre-anesthetic blood testing, state-of-the-art monitoring devices and modern anesthetic and pain control regimens make necessary surgeries on your beloved pets as safe and worry free as possible. Our advanced surgery suite has positive airflow to help maintain the most sterile environment for surgical procedures. Our recovery area is equipped with the latest in specialty monitoring devices and is located adjacent to the hospital treatment area to ensure your pet's post-operative care and comfort.

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Hospitalization and Intensive Care

Your pet's care and comfort are most important to us. Our large hospital ward features comfortable and well equipped space for your pet to recover and receive ongoing treatment. For our sickest patients, we have intensive care and a separate isolation ward equipped with a negative airflow system to ensure pets who might have a contagious condition receive specialized care with minimal risk to other pets.

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X-RAYS: Our in-house digital radiology lab allows Doctors Walcoff and Deans to take the most advanced X-rays on site in our hospital and view them immediately so they can make a rapid diagnosis of your pet's illness or injury.

Digital Radiology

Digital radiology may represent the greatest technological advancement in medical imaging over the last decade. Our hospital has its own digital radiography (in addition to our digital dental radiography capability). Radiographs and specialized contrast techniques are valuable diagnostic tools and can play an important role in determining the best course of treatment and care for your pet.

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EXOTIC PETS: Both Doctors Walcoff and Deans have extensive medical and surgical experience in treating all types of exotic pets. Birds, ferrets, rabbits, reptiles, amphibians, guinea pigs, and all other pocket pets receive quality, knowledgeable care.


Did you know? The oldest cat on record was Puss, from England, who died in 1939 just one day after her 36th birthday.