Keeping Pets Healthy in Southern Maine
Offering small pets a warm and welcoming environment and top-quality medical services is our priority at York County Veterinary Hospital in Arundel, ME. From checkups to surgeries to prescription medications, our state-of-the-art facility is equipped to keep your pets as healthy and happy as possible. Dr. Temm and the rest of our staff are knowledgeable and friendly, and we are dedicated to keeping pets from across Southern Maine as comfortable as possible through gentle care.
Our services include, but aren’t limited to:
Well Care Visits
At York County Veterinary Hospital, we provide routine physical examinations for your dog or cat. During these visits, we will check your pet’s vitals, provide any needed vaccinations, and make sure your animal is healthy from head to tail. Plus, we can prescribe any medications your pet may need, and we can fill them in our pharmacy. Well care visits are an essential preventative tool for your pet, to make sure we catch any problems early on and work to avert any future issues.
We provide spay and neutering services for dogs and cats. During this procedure, we will provide your pet with anesthesia so they don’t feel any pain. We use state-of-the-art technology in our surgical suite, to make sure your pet receives the best care and treatment possible. Our vet can discuss with you the best time to have your pet spayed or neutered for the best results, and we will inform you on how to keep your pet’s recovery time as short and painless as possible.
If you are planning to breed animals, come to us for guidance and instruction beforehand. Our team will inform you on best practices for humane breeding, so you can ensure the animals are safe and healthy throughout the process.
Sick Animal Care
When your pet is sick, come to us! We will get you in quickly and use advanced diagnostic tools to determine the problem. We have a pharmacy at our facility, so we can prescribe and quickly fill a prescription for your pet. We also have an online pharmacy for your convenience. We will work hard to get your dog or cat feeling healthy again as soon as possible.
As a part of our commitment to providing high-quality care using state-of-the-art equipment, at York County Veterinary Hospital we use the PennHip method. PennHip is a noninvasive hip-screening tool that evaluates your dog’s risk of hip dysplasia, a condition that can cause severe pain in the hip joints. Then, we can take preventative measures to reduce the risk of dysplasia development. This is helpful information to keep your pet healthy. In addition, if you plan to breed dogs in the future, you may want to screen them using the PennHip to reduce the chance of the condition being passed onto offspring.