We recommend annual wellness exams for adult dogs and cats between one and seven years old (depending on the breed, size and species). Puppies, kittens, and senior pets should have more frequent examinations to monitor their health. Exotics should be checked, too! At each check-up, we do a full nose to tail exam as we want to provide quality over quantity. Learn more about how we are a feline-friendly clinic. You can also learn more about our recommended preventive care!
We provide both core and optional vaccines for dogs, cats, ferrets and rabbits. Learn more about what vaccinations we offer.
We offer a full in-house lab for patients in crisis during an emergency in addition to radiographs. Our diagnostic services use new and advanced tests as well from internal medicine work up or immediate care, we offer a stepwise plan to diagnose the condition.
Some of the most common surgeries we perform include foreign body explorations (no intra abdominal), removal of skin masses, laceration repairs and more. Dr. Moore performs surgery on exotics as well from reptiles to avians to rabbits. Regardless of the type of surgery your pet needs, our veterinarian will discuss options and recommendations for the surgical procedure itself, the pre-op needs and recovery at home. If a specialist is warranted, we provide referrals to a local Boarded Surgeon.
Your pet’s oral health contributes to the patient’s overall well-being. We can do a visual look at the teeth and gums at every wellness exam, however, an oral assessment under a general anesthetic is the only way to truly assess your pet’s mouth. We do not recommend non-anesthetic cleaning. (Learn more about non-anesthetic cleaning.) Studies have shown that keeping your dog’s teeth clean can extend their lifespan as much as five years.
This veterinary specialty deals with the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases that originate in specific body systems. These include the endocrine, gastrointestinal, immune, lymphatic, renal, respiratory, and urogenital systems. While not a board certified internist, Dr. Moore has more than thirty years of experience in the field diagnosis, treating, and managing.
Dermatology and Allergies
Skin issues are common issues and fortunately, we have more treatments available for pets today. It can be caused by numerous different diseases, not just allergies. Learn more about our dermatology services and how we can help your pet.
We offer cryomega treatments for small lesions/masses on the skin or eyelid per Dr. Moore’s discretion. This is a non-invasive way to freeze off small skin growth or masses on the eyelid that does not require an anesthetic or sutures.
Did you know that animals can get cataracts too? Animals are susceptible to the same or similar eye conditions that affect humans. During an examination, an eye-exam is performed to determine if there are any changes. If there is any squinting, rubbing, swelling or discharge please book an appointment.
Moore Veterinary Care is proud to introduce K-Laser Class IV laser therapy for your pets. This advanced and less invasive therapy helps to alleviate chronic pain and accelerate healing.