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With careful consideration toward keeping your pet safe, calm, and comfortable throughout their visit our doctors prepare their plan to balance the ideal selection of sedatives, pain medications, local and regional treatments, and injectable or inhaled general anesthetics.


Behavioral changes are often a symptom of an underlying medical issue and could indicate more serious health problems.


Just as humans can be afflicted with heart problems, so can our pets. And just like with humans, the first person to note these issues is usually the patient's regular doctor.

Dental Care: Comprehensive Oral Health Assessment and Treatment

Our facilities provide comprehensive oral health assessment and treatment for patients of any SVA location. This includes prophylaxis, examination of teeth and gums, polish and fluoride, sub-gingival curettage, root planning, therapeutic periodontal treatments, dental radiology, root canals (Northwest Veterinary Hospital only), and dental extractions.

Digital Radiology

Radiographic images (X-rays) are one of our most useful tools for viewing internal structures of the body. Being able to view organs like the heart, lungs, and liver, as well as structures like bones and joints allows us to diagnose a variety of injuries and diseases.

End Of Life Care

We recognize the loss of a pet as a deeply emotional experience. Our experienced doctors can help guide you, when the time comes, to make this transition as peaceful as possible.


Our trained doctors also may use an endoscope to remove certain types of swallowed foreign material from the stomach, potentially sparing your dog more invasive traditional exploratory surgery.

Lab Work

We offer a variety of laboratory tests options for your pet both in-house and through partner laboratories.

Laparoscopic Spay

Laparoscopic ovariectomy is a minimally invasive approach to spaying dogs.

Laser Therapy

Laser therapy is an innovative new technology used to treat acute and chronic injuries. The non-invasive treatment stimulates cell regeneration by increasing blood flow to the targeted area. This is used to accelerate the healing process following surgery, alleviate joint pain and treat degenerative diseases.


Nearly 1 in 3 pets will become lost during their lives. Whether your beloved pet is an escape artist, frightened away from home, stolen, the victim of a natural disaster, or just ends up missing without explanation, a pet with a microchip is a pet that you know has identification. Microchip implants are an incredibly simple, inexpensive, and effective way to positively identify lost pets so they can be returned home quickly.


Appropriate nutrition enhances your pet’s quality and quantity of life. The requirements of one pet may be much different than the needs of another. Therefore, a discussion about your pet’s diet and a proper nutrition assessment should be included as part of a routine veterinary examination.

Pain Management

A complete pain management program addresses both acute and chronic pain. Here at Green Lake Animal Hospital, our doctors evaluate their patients for discomfort at every exam.

Preventive Care for Cats

Our cats go through four life stages: kittenhood, adulthood, senior years, and geriatric (super senior) period. As cats age, the need for physical examinations and consultations with a professional veterinary health care worker vary. Furthermore, different stages of your cat’s life warrant a different focus for both the veterinary team and owner alike.

Preventive Care for Dogs

Dogs go through 4 stages of life: puppyhood, adulthood, senior years, and geriatric (super senior) period. As dogs age, the need for physical examinations and consultations with a professional veterinary health care worker vary. Furthermore, different stages of your dog’s life warrant a different focus for both the veterinary team and owner alike.

Senior Animals

Just like people, the medical needs of senior animals change over time. In fact, pets age at nearly 7 times the rate humans do. As your cat or dog ages they require different nutrition programs, exercise routines and are prone to a variety of new diseases.

Spay and Neuter

Choosing if and when to spay or neuter your pet can be overwhelming. Our doctors keep up to date on the latest research and recommendations to help you make the most informed decision possible.


In order to better serve our clients and patients, we offer telemedicine appointments. You can connect with the same doctors you know and trust from the comfort of your home.


Tonometry is used to diagnose glaucoma, a common and painful disease characterized by increased fluid pressure inside the eye.


Ultrasound examination allows us to evaluate internal organs and tissues through this non-invasive, real-time, diagnostic tool.


Vaccine protocols and recommendations are continuously changing as new research emerges.

Wellness And Preventive Exams

Annual wellness examinations play an important role in patient care management.

Emergency Surgery

Our experienced veterinary surgeons are equipped to provide timely, top-tier soft-tissue surgical care for your beloved pet in an emergency.

Medical Emergencies

When your pet has a medical emergency prompt care is crucial.

Outpatient Services

When your pet or your schedule demands care today, but your veterinarian isn't available our Urgent Care team is here to help.