Our veterinary services include consultations, routine check-ups, vaccinations, medical treatments (including Laser Therapy), parasite control, surgical procedures (including Stem Cell Therapy), radiology & ultrasound, dentistry, and laboratory analyses. We carry a selection of prescription diets and neutraceuticals to help manage illness and to maintain good health. Our veterinary clinic in Newmarket consists of the reception area, 2 examination rooms, an on-site laboratory, treatment area, operating theatre, 2 ward rooms, and an isolation facility to keep infectious animals away from our other patients. Should a specialist's advice be required we do not hesitate to make the necessary referrals for you, in order to offer the best care for your 4-legged family member. For information on any of these services or other services not listed please do not hesitate to contact us by phone at 905-895-2278 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dental (or Periodontal) disease is one of the most common problems we see in our pets. Tarter build up harbours bacteria in our pets' mouths. This bacteria invades into the surrounding tissue leading to gingivitis, gum recession, and cavities. If left untreated too long, bacteria may disperse around the body contributing to damage of major internal organs - mainly the heart, liver, and kidneys. Preventative dental care is an important aspect of your pet's health, and any of the staff at Goldenvale would be happy to discuss preventative measures with you (like dental diets, chews, or show you how to brush your pet's teeth). Once tarter has built up, the only way to remove it is with a full dental scaling and polish under general anaesthesia where we are able to clean tarter from under the gum line and on the inside surface of the teeth. If left untreated for too long, your pet may require dental extractions to be done under general anaesthesia. As part of our mission to provide the best level of care for your pets, Goldenvale has digital dental radiographs to be able to fully examine the extent of damage to the tooth roots in question.
Laser therapy is relatively new biotechnology that uses the science of biostimulation to speed healing. As our best friends age, recover from trauma or surgery, or simply need relief from everyday aches and pains, this advanced technology offers drug-free, surgery-free, pain-free relief. There are no known side-effects of our Companion deep tissue laser therapy as treatments are non-invasive. Depending on the injury, patients can find relief after only 1 treatment. More chronic conditions usually require a series of treatments. Don't hesitate to call for an appointment to see if laser could benefit your best friend.