Greenhaven Animal Clinic provides a wide range of veterinary services for small companion animals including dogs, cats, and pocket pets.
Wellness care and planning involves individual consultations with our veterinarians about preventive care, dental issues, and routine surgical services such as spaying and neutering. Using state-of-the-art equipment and technology, we are prepared for any crisis or medical need. We also offer alternative treatments, such as acupuncture and chiropractic care, for your small companion animals.
Additionally, we provide limited Boarding Services for the small companion animals of our current clients. Visit our Pet Care pages for additional information about our services in the following areas:
Greenhaven Animal Clinic offers advanced diagnostic and therapeutic services to care for your pet’s complete health care needs. Our extensive and modern in-house diagnostics may include blood chemistry, CBC, EKG, urine testing, and more, to provide the best care for your pet. For more complex diagnostic testing, we have access to outside laboratories as well.
Our progressive surgical suite allows our veterinary surgeons to perform a wide variety of surgical procedures. Some surgical options include bone-pinning, plating, and external fixators, as well as soft-tissue surgeries ranging from c-sections and tumor removal to routine spays and neuters. The specialists of Greenhaven Animal Clinic use the advanced technology of laser surgery for less bleeding, tissue damage, and general trauma to your pet, as well as to maximize recovery time. This wonderful surgical technology is typically used in cat declaws, tumor removal, spaying and neutering, and other procedures where minimized blood loss and optimal pain control is critical.
Get an overview of the benefits of the veterinary CO2 laser at the Cutting Edge website.
Find answers to your questions about the uses and benefits of laser surgery at the Aesculight website, manufacturers of the only American-made surgical CO2 laser.
We utilize the safest available anesthetics to provide an extra margin of safety for your pets. Patients older than 5 years of age, or those with other health concerns, have screening blood work performed prior to administering anesthesia. We also perform this blood work on our younger patients to help establish a baseline and identify any potential problems early on.
All patients are closely monitored for heart rate, respiration rate, EKG, temperature, and oxygen levels while under anesthesia using the most modern equipment. Monitoring continues through the recovery period until the patient is awake and alert.
We also use the patient warming system called Bair Hugger. This is the same forced-air system used by human hospitals to limit the effects of anesthesia and speed recovery post-surgery. This is especially critical for our older patients and those undergoing major procedures.
Our on-site X-ray equipment and ultrasound capabilities provide quality imaging to aid in diagnosing many disorders. By being able to perform our radiographs on-site, we are able to find the diagnosis quicker for both our small and large animal patients. For complex or unusual cases, we send our X-rays for interpretation by board-certified radiologists.