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Services 2018-05-29T12:55:31+00:00

We Care Because You Care

We provide top class clinical, diagnostic and hospital
services for your best friend. We have all the knowledge
and experience to keep your pets healthy. Our services include
everything from vaccinations and dentistry to advanced orthopedic
and soft tissue surgery.

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Our Services

Consultation

If your dog or cat is ill, you want to know what’s wrong as quickly as possible. At Noag’s Animal Clinique, we offer prompt and reliable diagnostics to treat your pet as soon as possible.

Dentistry

Pet Dental Care is something pet owners can’t ignore.  Did you know that regularly brushing your dog or cat’s teeth and providing her with a healthy diet and plenty of chew toys can go a long way toward keeping her mouth healthy? Many cats and dogs show signs of gum disease by the time they’re four years old because they aren’t provided with proper mouth care—and bad breath is often the first sign of a pet dental care problem. Give your dog regular home checks and make sure you visit us for a complete dental check.

Many health problems start in the mouth. Plaque, tartar, periodontal disease, and infected teeth serve as a source of inflammation and infection for the rest of the body. Dental disease is also a source of pain. There are many ways that dog and cat owners can help their veterinarian provide a healthy mouth for their pet. Our dental services at Noag include teeth cleaning and polishing, tooth extractions and minor oral surgery.

Vaccination

What should you know about vaccination?

Vaccinations protect your pet from several highly contagious diseases such as canine distemper, parvovirus infection and respiratory tract infections. It also protects against transmissible diseases such as rabies that also pose a risk to humans. Vaccination will not cure a pet that is already sick. Only healthy pets should be vaccinated. A veterinarian or a veterinary nurse administers vaccines.

Are there any risks?

The majority of pets experience no adverse effects following vaccination. A small number of animals may become feverish and have a reduced appetite. These reactions are mild and of short duration. In extremely rare cases, an animal may experience a severe, life-threatening allergic reaction. Such an animal can be treated successfully if attended to immediately. The possibility of such an event occurring does not justify considering not to vaccinate your pets, however, as that will leave them susceptible to a range of life-threatening infectious diseases.

Against what diseases should I have my pet vaccinated?

Vaccines used for the protection of pets are currently divided into core vaccines and non-core vaccines. The former are vaccines that should be given to all pets in all regions because they protect against diseases that are widespread and have serious effects. Non-core vaccines are only given strategically when a particular disease is prevalent in an area or when circumstances predispose to the appearance of the disease. Non-core vaccines are only administered after discussion with your veterinarian to evaluate the risks.

Core vaccines for dogs:

  • Canine distemper
  • Canine adenovirus infections
  • Canine parvovirus infection
  • Rabies

Non-core vaccines for dogs:

  • Leptospirosis
  • Kennel cough
  • Canine coronavirus
  • Canine herpesvirus

The basic vaccination programme for dogs:

  • First vaccination at 6 weeks
  • Second vaccination at 9 weeks;
  • Re-vaccinate at 12 weeks; includes the first RABIES vaccination
  • Re-vaccinate at 6 months of age; includes the second RABIES vaccination
  • Re-vaccinate thereafter every year, including RABIES

Core vaccines for cats:

  • Feline panleukopenia
  • Feline herpesvirus infection
  • Feline calicivirus infection
  • Rabies

None-core vaccines for cats:

  • Chlamydiosis
  • Feline leukaemia
  • Feline immunodeficiency virus

The basic vaccination programme for cats:

  • First vaccination at 8 weeks of age
  • Re-vaccinate at 12 weeks of age; includes first RABIES vaccination
  • Re-vaccinate at 6 months of age; includes second RABIES vaccination
  • Re-vaccinate thereafter every ear, including RABIES

Surgery

Our surgeons perform a variety of minimally invasive techniques whenever possible to promote rapid diagnosis, repair, healing and to minimize patient discomfort.

While your pet is under anesthesia, it is the ideal time to perform other minor procedures, such as ear cleaning or implanting an identification microchip. If you would like an estimate for these extra services, please call ahead of time. This is especially important if the person dropping the pet off for surgery is not the primary decision maker for the pet’s care.

Spay & Neuter

Spaying or neutering your pet can help them live a longer, healthier life, minimizes behavior problems and helps control the population of unwanted pets.  Spaying or neutering your pet eliminates unwanted litters, which contributes to thousands of euthanasia procedures and millions of stray animals. It is important to consult with your veterinarian to determine the best age to spay your pet. You can reduce the likelihood of certain cancers and tumors simply by spaying at the right age.

Spaying is a surgical procedure in which both ovaries and uterus are completely removed from your female pet. Also called an “ovariohysterectomy,” the surgery is performed while your pet is under general anesthesia. There are many benefits to spaying your female companion. First, you will contribute to the prevention of the dog and cat overpopulation. Second, spaying will eliminate the sometimes ‘messy’ heat cycles that attract male dogs to your house from miles away. Third, you will help prevent diseases in your pet such as pyometra (infection in the uterus) and mammary cancer. Additionally, research has shown that pets that have been spayed live longer than pets that have not been spayed.

Neutering refers to the surgical procedure in which both testicles are removed. There are many benefits to neutering your male companion. First, you will contribute to the prevention of the dog and cat overpopulation. Second, neutering can help eliminate undesirable and at times, embarrassing behavior in your male companion. Third, you will help prevent diseases in your pet such as prostate disease and testicular cancer.

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We stock a variety of products in our store. We have you covered from food to toys. Bedding, to grooming…

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Frequently Asked Questions

What’s getting under your dog’s skin? More than you think! See how you can help your pet with environmental allergies and skin problems. #HillsDermDefense #ItchyScratchyDog.

Most often is it because their anal sacs are bothering them. Anal sacs should empty regularly (and unnoticed) with normal bowel movements. If they don’t, they may become impacted, infected (abscessed) and possibly rupture.

Spaying or neutering your pets can greatly reduce their risk of developing many types of cancer later in life.  Spaying your animals will also reduce/eliminate the chances of your pets developing a uterine infection called a pyometra which can be a life threatening condition.  It may also decrease or even eliminate unwanted behaviors such as aggression or running off.  Spaying or neutering your pets is also the only way to do away with unwanted litters of puppies or kittens without placing an extra burden on animal shelters.

Bad breath, inflamed gums, plaque and tartar buildup, and loose teeth are all of great concern when it comes to the health of your animal’s mouth.  If you notice any of these signs, please bring your pet in for a dental checkup or schedule a dental cleaning.  If your pet’s teeth are not in need of a cleaning at the time of the checkup, we can give you recommendations to help maintain your pet’s overall mouth health such as helpful treats/toys, teeth brushing, and other pet safe dental products.  If your animal is at greater risk of complications during anesthesia, we have products that can help improve mouth health and remove plaque and tartar buildup without performing a dental cleaning.

Vaccinations protect your pet from several highly contagious diseases such as canine distemper, parvovirus infection and respiratory tract infections. It also protects against transmissible diseases such as rabies that also pose a risk to humans. Vaccination will not cure a pet that is already sick. Only healthy pets should be vaccinated. A veterinarian or a veterinary nurse administers vaccines.

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Pet owners trust us to look after the needs of their beloved companions. We are specialists committed to delivering the very highest of veterinary care and affection.

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