Boarding and Grooming
Rest assured that your pet is in safe hands when they board with Siegen Lane Animal Clinic. We treat your pets like they are our own: feeding, nurturing, and giving attention to comfort them in your absence. We provide tender, loving care to your pets while you’re away.
Siegen Lane Animal Clinic offers a big, spacious yard for pets to play and interact in. While boarding with us, we feed Hill’s Science Diet.
For their safety and your comfort, we have kennel attendants on duty 7 days a week. As a small animal hospital, you know that any medical need will be addressed promptly and professionally.
All patients are required to be current on immunizations prior to boarding with us.
Bring your dog or cat to Siegen Lane Animal Clinic for a day of pampering!
Our grooming services include baths, trims, nail trims, ear cleaning, and anal gland expression. Your furry friend will leave here looking and feeling great.
Wellness & Vaccinations
Puppy and Kitten Wellness
Bringing home a new puppy or kitten is such an exciting time! The first few months are a critical period in your furry friend’s development, and Siegen Lane Animal Clinic can give you the support and tools necessary to help him or her grow into a well-mannered, healthy dog or cat, including information and advice on nutrition, training, behavior, and socialization.
Adult Pet Wellness
Yearly wellness exams can help us diagnose and prevent illness down the line. Early detection can improve the prognosis of many diseases, keep medical costs down, and help your pet live longer. Not all diseases or illnesses have symptoms, and your dog or cat may be very good at hiding them. Regular exams and check-ups will increase the likelihood of catching any issues early on.
Dogs and cats age faster than humans do, so it is very important for our companions to receive regular exams. In addition, the risks of arthritis, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, hormone disorders, and kidney and liver problems all increase with age.
Senior Pet Wellness
Depending on your pet’s breed and species, they will enter their senior years at varying stages. Smaller dogs tend to live longer than larger dogs, and cats generally live longer than dogs. Siegen Lane Animal Clinic will help you understand all stages of your pet’s life.
Before your dog or cat reaches their senior years, we recommend bringing them in for a baseline exam and diagnostic workup. This will give us a record of what’s normal for your pet so we can keep track of any changes. We will usually recommend these diagnostic workups once your pet reaches the age of 7 or 8. Thereafter, your senior pet will benefit from more frequent veterinary exams and diagnostic testing.
Many of the diseases that can affect dogs and cats are preventable through proper vaccinations. The knowledgeable team at Siegen Lane Animal Clinic will guide you through setting up a vaccination schedule for your dog or cat to keep him or her protected.
We know the pain that is felt when your pet isn’t feeling well. It’s even worse when you’re not exactly sure what’s wrong. This is why it’s important to bring your pet in for regular exams and check-ups. Our diagnostic services allow us to learn exactly what’s happening inside your pet’s body so that we can quickly and accurately diagnose them.
Once we have a precise diagnosis, we work quickly to treat the problem and get your pet back to feeling their best. We’ll also be sure to go over all treatment options with you so that you can be comfortable with our plan of action.
We use state-of-the-art technology to make sure that your pet is diagnosed quickly and properly, giving us the most accurate picture of your pet’s total health.
Medical and Surgical Services
If you’ve just received the news that your furry friend needs surgery, there’s no need to panic – especially when you have the team at Siegen Lane Animal Clinic here to help.
According to the American Veterinary Dental Society, 70% of adult cats and 80% of adult dogs show symptoms of oral disease.
If you’ve noticed yellowing of your pet’s teeth, bad breath, bleeding, or broken teeth, something just isn’t right. Your pet’s oral health is directly connected to their overall health. If you are noticing issues, it could be as simple as tartar buildup. However, it could also be as serious as periodontal disease, a medical condition that can spread infection throughout your pet’s entire body.
Some of the signs that indicate your pet may be experiencing a dental problem include:
- Bad breath
- Loose, broken or missing teeth
- Yellow or brown teeth
- Red, inflamed or bleeding gums
- Difficulty or pain when chewing
- Pawing at the mouth
- Excessive drooling
If you notice any of these signs or symptoms, even if you regularly bring your pet in for dental care, give us a call. The sooner we address a potential problem, the better the chances of a positive outcome.
Microchipping can offer assurance that animal shelters and veterinarians can identify your pet. It is a scary situation when a pet becomes separated from his or her owner. Owners worry about their pet’s safety, who will find their pet, and how they will be reunited. Pets have been known to slip their collars and I.D. tags can fall off or become unreadable. Even the most responsible pet owners can’t always guarantee their pet won’t get lost. A leash could break or slip out of your hand, a pet could push through a screen door or window, or a contractor or friend might accidentally leave a door or gate open.
How does it work?
A tiny microchip is placed under the skin between the shoulder blades of the dog or cat (other animals such as horses, ferrets, and most mammals can be microchipped too). The microchip has an identification number on it, which can be read by a scanner. A veterinarian’s office or animal shelter can scan the chip to find out who owns the animal.