Urgent Care Request
We can assist your pet with urgent care needs. Take a look below at services we can provide.
Eye, ear and skin problems, anal gland scooting and licking, mild pain, weakness, lameness, minor bites, wounds, lacerations, and burns, urinary problems, coughing, sneezing, nasal discharge, lumps and bumps, fleas, ticks and mites, worms, broken toenail and euthanasia.
Please note these are by appointment only.
For Emergency Care: If you believe your pet is experiencing a life-threatening medical emergency, please take your pet directly to a 24/7 emergency and specialty hospital. Emergencies should contact or go DIRECTLY to an emergency veterinary clinic. Check out MedVet Dayton and Care Center Dayton.
In addition to surgery, dental and urgent care, we also offer wellness and preventative care for your cat or kitten. Take a look at our services below and if you have any questions at all, feel free to call us at 937-630-3320 or drop us a note on our contact form.
If you find your pet scooting its rear on the floor or if they have a history of full anal glands, we can easily express them while your pet is sedated.
We offer cardboard carriers for your use before and after surgery. Being in an enclosed, protected environment helps your pet feel safe.
Pets in Stitches offers pets with deep ear cleanings. These deep cleaning sessions are easy to perform while your pet is sedated.
Appointment only. Call 937-630-3320 for information. Examination and associated fee may also be required.
Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) are serious infections. It is important to know your cat’s FeLV and FIV status to provide the best care possible.
Protects cats and kittens from feline leukemia viruses. *FeLV testing required prior!
A microchip will identify your lost pet, allowing for a speedy recovery. This fee includes the microchip implantation and registration. For more information, you can visit AKC Reunite.
If you struggle to trim your pet’s nails, we are here to help! It is very easy for us to perform a close nail trim when your pet is sedated.
Please call our clinic for pricing. Convenient and affordable prevention medicine that you administer monthly to your dog, keeping them happy and healthy.
$40 (one year) / $60 (three year)
All dogs and cats 12 weeks and older must have current rabies vaccination in Montgomery County. If a certificate is not provided at admission, we are required to administer the vaccine during surgery.
Protects cats against common diseases, including upper respiratory diseases.
If your cat scratches people or furniture, we can apply soft, plastic caps to the front claws, in addition to a close nail trim. These caps typically last four weeks and we can reapply them again for $50.
Tapeworm is an intestinal parasie transmitted when a dog or cat ingests an infected flea or rodent. Does not transfer directy from pet to pet.
Ear mites are tiny insects that live in cat’s ear and feed on their blood. Infections can be very itchy and painful. so if we suspect an ear mite infection, we will discuss diagnosis and treatment options with you.