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Nutrition & Diet

Maintaining a lean body weight can help your pet live a longer, healthier life. Proper nutrition is an important component of your pet’s wellness regime. 

Our veterinarians will help you make healthful adjustments to your pet’s diet based on his or her age, weight, activity level, and the existence of any special medical conditions. Changes in your pet’s eating habits or changes in their weight and appearance are critical in the early detection of medical conditions and any significant changes should be reported to your veterinarian.We have a large variety of prescription diets for routine wellness and for pets with special dietary needs.

Our hospital carries canine and feline diets from the following companies:

  • Royal Canin IVD
  • Hills Feline Prescription Diet
  • Hills Canine Prescription Diet
  • Eukanuba Feline and Canine Diets
  • Purina Feline and Canine Prescription Diets
  • Dental care chews and diets
  • Food allergy diets
  • Joint supplements
  • Probiotics
  • Skin, hair and coat supplements

Our veterinarians offer guidance in the following areas of nutrition:

  • Life stage diets—Our veterinarians can help you provide the nutrition your pet needs for every stage of his or her life, from a 6-week-old Golden Retriever to a middle aged Siamese cat. We want your pet to live a long and happy life and nutrition is an important factor in that.
  • Nutritional counseling and education—Our veterinarians can evaluate your pet’s current diet and will help you select a balanced diet that will meet your pet’s specific needs. Our veterinarians will also discuss with you how to prevent certain diseases through a balanced diet.
  • Special-needs diets—We carry many diets that aid in the management of diseases and afflictions, including urinary tract disease, joint disease, gastrointestinal disease, dental disease, liver disease, sensitive stomach, and allergies.
  • Weight management—Maintaining a lean body weight can help your pet live a longer, healthier life. Our veterinarians will help you choose the right diet to help your pet maintain the correct body weight and receive the nutrients he or she need.