All Pets Clinic is a full-service veterinary practice in Ocala, FL offering a range of preventative veterinary care and medical services to all animals in every stage of life. Our veterinarian offers patients comprehensive vet services including: pet dentistry, in-house laboratory services, preventative medical care, surgical procedures, diagnostic services, and more.
We understand your animals are a part of your family and deserves to receive the best healthcare possible. Our veterinarians and staff work to provide the highest level of care to each animal, so they can live healthy and happy lives. In addition, we work to provide clients with the resources and information they need to understand their pet’s health and treatment options. We are proud to treat the following animals:
Preventative veterinary care not only helps us gauge your pet or animal’s current wellness, but also helps us measure if problems could arise in the future. A typical wellness exam includes a full physical examination, heartworm testing, fecal parasite exam, and vaccinations tailored specifically to your pet’s our preventative treatments may also include prescriptions from fleas, tick, and heartworm prevention. By being proactive about your pet’s health, we can better detect health concerns before they come serious medical issues.
Physical exams allow our vets to develop a picture of your pet’s overall health and wellness. Annual, regular visits to our veterinary office ensure we can monitor and check any health problems before they become difficult to treat. Physical exams evaluate a number of parameters including:
Heartworm Prevention & Treatment
Heartworm is among the most dangerous parasites that can infect dogs. They are passed from infected dogs to other dogs by mosquitoes. When an infected mosquito bites a dog and deposits tiny, immature heartworm larvae near the bite wound. The larvae then enter the wound and migrate beneath the skin. They eventually reach the heart and lungs and can grow as long as 12 inches. This disease is debilitating and may prove fatal.
Prevention for heartworm begins with a simple blood test to make sure your dog is not infected. To keep your dog safe from the disease, we can prescribe a monthly heartworm preventive. If your dog does become infected with heartworms, we offer a range of treatment options to treat the disease in all stages.
At All Pets Clinic, we take special pride in our surgical expertise. Our veterinary professionals perform a full range of surgical procedures ranging from routine spay and neuters to more complicated soft tissue and orthopedic procedures. We have a state of the art surgical suite and use the safest anesthetics available and use cardiac and respiration monitoring equipment to monitor vitals.
We take special care to create an individually tailored anesthetic plan that takes into account your pet’s age, condition and needs. To minimize infection, we practice strict sterile techniques, which aids in avoiding serious complications and faster recovery. We are dedicated to making sure your pet optimally recovers.
In addition to preventing accidental pregnancies and reducing territorial behaviors, spaying or neutering your pet can help prevent and reduce their risk for certain types of cancers and infections.
We know it can be a big decision to spay or neuter your pet, so we will work with you so you understand the facts. Our team is here to answer any questions you have and provide you with the information you need to shed light on the procedure and situation.
A time comes when we have to let go of our four-legged friends, and our team at All Pets Clinic understands that it is never easy. Whether it is from old age or they have been seriously injured, our caring and compassionate staff will work with you to provide your pet with warmth and comfort before and during the euthanasia process.
A healthy mouth and clean teeth are just as important for your pet as they are for people. Regular dental care can help your pet live a happier, healthier life. Tartar and plaque build-up on your pet’s teeth can cause periodontal disease, which can lead to more serious health concerns. Complications related to dental disease include: oral cancer, eye damage, brain abscesses, shorter life expectancy, pain and more.
When it comes to pet dental care, prevention is key. Lab work is completed prior to a dental cleaning, as well as a physical examination. During their dental cleaning, your pet is under anesthesia. We use sophisticated monitoring equipment during our veterinary dental procedures to measure your pet’s vital signs. We go out of our way to make sure your pet is comfortable during their treatments and will show you how to continue your pet’s dental care at home. We can recommend specially formulated food and treats that promote good dental health, as well as show you how to brush your pet’s teeth.
We are proud to offer in-house digital radiography services. This service allows our doctors to gather and view important information regarding the heart, bone structure, lungs, and other organs. Radiographs can be an essential tool in diagnosing your pet’s condition. A radiograph is a high-quality, detailed x-ray used to spot signs of heart disease, pinpoint the location and size of tumors and growths, identify the location of fractures, and more.
Digital x-rays image can be viewed and easily saved on a computer, which makes it convenient for our staff to email them to outside specialists if a second opinion or referral is needed. This also means x-ray images can be saved to a disc and give to you. In addition, there are no harsh chemicals are needed to produce a digital x-ray and are faster to process than traditional film x-rays.
Like radiographs and ultrasounds, an endoscope is used to diagnose and treat problems with your pet’s internal organs, specifically those in the upper and lower gastrointestinal system. An endoscope helps your veterinarian take a closer look at your pet’s gastrointestinal tract without creating an incision. The tool works like a camera at the end of a long tube. This is a minimally invasive procedure and can in inserted either rectally to look at the rectum and colon or orally to look at the esophagus, stomach and duodenum. This procedure helps patients recover faster, have fewer surgical complications and experience less pain.
An endoscope can also be used to take samples for a biopsy—without the need for surgery. This is beneficial in diagnosing diseases such as inflammatory bowel disease. This also allows us to remove foreign bodies from the stomach or duodenum without the need for surgical incisions.
Advanced Rodent Dental Procedures
For rodents and rabbits, having diet of fibrous, tough food is essential to their dental health and overall wellbeing. If your pet’s diet does not include enough chewing, it can cause enamel to grow on the inner and outer sides of the teeth. The spikes in enamel can cause severe pain, reduce food intake, and give your pet an inability to close their mouth. If this condition is not treated, it can lead to malnutrition.
Preventive care is the best way to keep your rodent healthy, as there are limited treatment options. Feeding your rodent a balanced diet of course vegetation should help keep their mouth healthy, and routine exams allow us to monitor the state of their oral health. If your pet develops a drooling problem, is eating less, has difficulty chewing is in pain when touched around the head or mouth, contact our office. Early diagnosis can help prevent permanent irreversible damage.
In-House Blood Analyzers
Regular blood tests help us monitor your pet’s internal organ function. Diagnostic blood tests are essential tools in diagnosing disease in the liver, kidneys, pancreas and more. Our state of the art, in-house blood analysers help us perform a range of lab tests, which can help us identify any significant changes in your pet’s health.
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Veterinary Services in Ocala, FL You Can Count On
All Pets Clinic has provided quality veterinary care to dogs, cats, exotics, birds, reptiles, rodents, zoo animals and more since 1997. Our veterinarian and staff are proud to serve pet parents and animals in Ocala, FL and surrounding communities.