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Behavior

22 May

Help your pet stay on its best behavior.Pets can’t tell you something is wrong, so it’s important you are able to spot unusual shifts in mood or behavior. These changes are often a symptom of an underlying medical issue and could indicate more serious health...

Microchipping

22 May

At Oaklawn Animal Hospital, we recommend the HomeAgain microchip for our patients.Microchipping our pets is an important way to keep them safe and allow them to be identified if they ever were lost. This microchip is tiny and is placed with a needle under the...

Dental Care

22 May

Dental care is necessary to provide optimum health and quality of life. Oral disease is one of the most prevalent diseases in dogs and cats. 80% of adult dogs and 70% of adult cats have some form of oral disease. Diseases of the oral cavity,...

Anesthesia

22 May

General anesthesia is required for many of our patients, whether it be for surgical, dental, or medical procedures. Many owners have questions or concerns about the safety of anesthesia for their pets. In order to reduce the risk of adverse reactions to anesthesia, we recommend...

Surgery

22 May

Surgeries we commonly perform include ovariohysterectomies (spays), castrations (neuters), growth/mass removals, biopsies, cystotomies to remove bladder stones, and ga strotomies / enterotomies to remove foreign bodies from the stomach or intestines. If your pet requires orthopedic or more complicated procedures we have a board certified...