Avon Animal Hospital is made up of a team of compassionate animal health care professionals who strive to make a difference in the lives of our patients and clients. As an integral part of the community, our goal is to provide the most compassionate, ethical, quality care to our patients, while always working collaboratively with our clients to find the best health solution for their four-legged family members.
Avon Animal Hospital wants to be the primary caregiver for your special family member throughout every stage of life. To make that both convenient and affordable for you, we offer wellness plans that cover a full year of preventative healthcare services for your pets. Preventive health care can help detect and prevent serious medical conditions before they become unmanageable, ultimately improving the quality and length of your pet’s life.
For Adult & Senior Cats & Dogs
Why Does My Horse Need Their Teeth Floated? As horse owners we are told to get our horses teeth checked and floated at least once a year. But why? A horse's teeth are continuously erupting throughout their life. As horses eat plenty of roughage such as hay, this causes the enamel on their teeth to wear down and sharp points to form.
Everyone loves puppies and kittens, but some of us, including myself, have a real soft spot for the senior pets. There is something endearing about their elderly eyes and lovable faces. Which brings me to Rosie, the Dental Pro.
Behind Closed Doors: A day in the life of a staff member at Avon Animal Hospital By Brianna Stewart, RVT
After you and your veterinarian have determined that your pet needs dental surgery, you book an appointment and arrive at the clinic. You are greeted by the reception staff; you weigh your pet, and sign a consent form. But what happens after you pet leaves the lobby?