At Peak City Veterinary Hospital, we pride ourselves on serving the Apex and surrounding areas with compassionate care. We know there’ll be times when your pet will run into health issues. When that happens, we’re trained to treat a wide variety of conditions which include: liver and kidney disease, gastrointestinal disease, cardiovascular disease, dermatological issues, musculoskeletal issues, endocrine diseases, and neurological diseases. We have the capabilities to run radiographs, EKGs, blood work and other diagnostics in order to get your pet back on the road to recovery. Experienced in both traditional and alternative care, we can also incorporate therapies such as aromatherapy and animal chiropractic care into your pet’s treatment.
Our preventative health services follow your pet from kitten or puppy through adulthood. Dedicated to promoting responsible pet ownership, we provide your pet with optimal care. But, we also educate you as their owner. This way, you can provide the healthiest lifestyle possible for your animal at home. Our preventative services include vaccinations, heartworm testing and prevention, regular deworming, flea and tick prevention and any necessary lab work.
Dental health is very important for your pet’s long term health. Studies show that good dental hygiene can deter certain health issues such as heart, kidney and liver disease. We perform routine dental cleanings at our facilities as well as provide at home dental care information.
We provide a wide variety of surgeries ranging from routine procedures such as spays and neuters to mass removals. Both during and after the surgical procedures, we concentrate on the best pain management protocols. We will also monitor your pet closely from pre-op to post-op to ensure the best possible recovery. We know that taking your pet home after surgery can be a scary experience. Our veterinary office is always happy to answer any of your questions and we will equip you with the knowledge you need to ensure that your pet can have a speedy recovery.
An animal chiropractor uses the same principles as a human chiropractor. Animal chiropractic adjustments is an alternative to medications for animals with chronic pain caused by muscular and skeletal disorders. We are AVCA certified (American Veterinary Chiropractic Association.) This means we can perform animal chiropractic adjustments on your cat or dog that can help misalignments and restore normal joint and nerve function.