From Prevention to Emergency Response

At Companion Animal Hospital, we view you as an important partner in your pet’s health care. Our goal is to be sure that you are fully educated in all health care services and choices for your pet.

The Bond Between Pets and Humans

Our veterinary professionals believe the bond between pets and owners is vital for pets to live long, healthy, and happy lives. We seek to use personalized service to build these long-term relationships.

Our high quality of service is achieved through our close relationships with clients and their pets.

During each visit, we pledge to:

  • Listen carefully to your concerns
  • Answer all of your questions
  • Identify existing and potential health problems in your pet
  • Explain any necessary procedures or treatments
  • Provide tailored recommendations for you and your pet

Our Veterinary Services

Companion Animal Hospital offers a broad range of wellness and preventative care services, including canine and feline oral care. Our in-house laboratory services and X-ray and diagnostic imaging provide top-notch support for our veterinary surgery and internal medicine services.

Wellness and Preventative Care
Good health hinges on thorough, consistent wellness care. Don’t wait until you think something is wrong to schedule an appointment with us. Instead, be intentional about bringing your pet in on a regular basis. Read more here.
Veterinary Surgery

Surgery can be scary and stressful for both your pet and you, but it does not have to be. At Companion Animal Hospital, we provide a wide array of surgical services, be it external or internal. Our veterinarians and staff are experienced experts at monitoring surgical procedures and maintaining comfort. These services include everything from advanced surgery to routine spaying and neutering. Read more here.

Internal Medicine
There are many different aspects of your pet’s health. Some are easily observed and can be monitored externally. Others are less apparent and involve one of the many complex systems found within the body. Internal medicine refers to the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of conditions that affect the inside of your pet. Read more here.

In-House Laboratory

In addition to our diagnostic imaging tools, Companion Animal Hospital houses an on-site laboratory to provide our clients with quick and reliable service. Read more here.

Pain Management

Avoiding or minimizing pain in your pet is always a top priority for our team. That’s why we create personalized pain management plans for all surgical procedures and for the treatment of chronic conditions. Read more here.

Oral Care

Just like humans, dental and oral health are imperative to your pet’s wellness. Left untreated, conditions such as gingivitis and periodontal disease can lead to tooth loss, cardiac issues, or kidney disease. Read more here.

X-Ray and Diagnostic Imaging

At Companion Animal Hospital, our advanced imaging technology is essential to identifying and treating health problems in your pet. We also maintain an in-house laboratory, which allows us to obtain important test results quickly and efficiently. Read more here.

Behavior Services

Dr. Quinlan and the behavior team use positive, Fear Free, force-free, and humane training and management techniques to address the underlying causes of your pet’s behavior concerns.

Behavior services are available for all companion animals including dogs, cats, birds, and exotics.

Read more here.

End of Life Care

Without question, losing a pet can be extremely difficult. You can rely on the team at Companion Animal Hospital for compassionate guidance and support. Whether your loved one is entering the golden years or has been diagnosed with a terminal illness, we are here to help you navigate the decision-making process. Read more here.

Specialty Referrals
There may be times when your pet requires specialty or alternative care. In these cases, our team will refer you to one of our trusted partner hospitals for appropriate treatment. Read more here.

Online Pharmacy

Visit our online pharmacy here.

Pet Health

Like human-centered health care, animals are able to live longer, happier lives thanks to advancements in veterinary medicine. At Companion Animal Hospital, our goal is to enhance and maximize the relationship you have with your pet. That means developing care plans that account for his or her unique needs at every stage of life. Discussing vaccinations/parasite prevention and proper nutrition are key to this process and to protecting your pet from future health problems.

Whether you’re raising a new puppy or kitten or caring for an older pet, you can rely on our team to provide the best possible care for you and your companion.

Regular Wellness Exams

It is important to keep your pet on a regular health care examination schedule. Staying current with vaccinations and exams provides an important defense against illness and is the first step in maintaining a long and healthy life for your pet.

Here are some of the services we provide to keep your four-legged friends happy and healthy:

Pet Nutrition

Weight management and obesity prevention aren’t concerns that are unique to people. Your cat or dog also requires a healthy, well balanced diet to lead a long, happy life. Read more here.

Senior Pet Care

Whether you and your companion have grown up together or you’ve recently acquired an aging pet, caring for a senior cat or dog can be an amazing experience. However, just like puppies and kittens, senior pets also have unique needs and considerations. Read more here.

Vaccination and Parasite Prevention

The importance of vaccinations in your pet’s health care plan cannot be overstated. Vaccines guard your pet from a broad range of illnesses. 

Your veterinarian will discuss the proper course of vaccinations for your young, adult, or senior pet’s ideal health and wellness. Read more here.

Puppy and Kitten Care

Congratulations! Raising a new puppy or kitten is fun and rewarding — and a lot of work! At Companion Animal Hospital, we want to make sure your new addition gets a healthy start to life. The following are typical care schedules for most young pets, but your veterinarian will help you develop an individualized plan for your puppy or kitten. Read more here.