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Why Spay or Neuter Your Pet?

Dogs and cats are domestic animals and naturally take to people, but unaltered pets are distracted by sexual instincts. Roaming, over-aggressiveness, excessive barking, howling and destructive behavior are often linked to sex drive.

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Dental cleaning

Periodontal disease is the most common clinical condition for both adult dogs and cats. Most animals by the age of three have some evidence of dental disease.

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Vaccines are highly important for both dogs and cats as it helps to build there immune system

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We offer a wide range of services that can help your pet if experiencing any health issues. Everything we do, we do it professionally and with love. Our goal is to cure your pets and keep them healthy throughout their life. Here are the services that we offer, and feel free to contact us for more detailed information.

Health and medical examinations

It is of great importance for your pet’s health that it receives a full medical examination, because only a veterinarian can notice the first signs of certain health issues. As it is better to prevent and cure some illnesses in their early stages, make sure you take your dogs and cats on regular checkups. At our clinic your pet will get a thorough examination at a low cost and you’ll get all the results in no time.

Laboratory testing

Our knowledge and newest technological equipment allow us to perform the majority of needed laboratory tests. We perform blood testing including complete blood cell count (CBC), Chemistry (which assesses liver and kidney’s), Thyroid levels. Moreover, we do urinalysis, parasite exam and basic cytology. If some more advanced tests are needed, we send the samples to larger veterinary diagnostic laboratories.

General surgery

Our team is experienced and qualified to perform surgeries, and regarding the general surgery we perform:

●        Foreign body removals

●        Bladder stone removals

●        Lumpectomies

●        Wound repairs

●        Surgical correction for a cherry eye

●        Burr keratotomy

●        Pyometra surgery

●        Caesarean section surgery

Orthopedic surgery

Granada Veterinary Clinic offers a variety of orthopedic surgeries, which are performed at the clinic by our Veterinarians.

●        Cruciate ligament surgery (MRIT)

●        Luxating patella correction

●        Femoral head osteotomy

●        Basic fracture repair

If your pet needs some more advanced surgical interventions, we refer to the boarded surgical specialists at Guardian Veterinary Centre.

Dental cleaning and dental surgery

Just as we need to have our teeth checked and cleaned regularly, so do our pets. When you bring your pet in for examination, the veterinarian will inform you if the pet needs dental cleaning. It is a simple procedure – your pet is under anaesthesia and the teeth are ultrasonically scaled and polished. If there are some problems with their teeth, we will be able to determine the problem by using a digital dental radiography machine.

Spay and neuter

This surgery is done under anesthesia, and both ovariohysterectomy (spay) and orchiectomy (neuter) can be performed. If you have any questions in regards to having a surgery performed on your four legged friend do not hesitate to contact us.

Pain management

This is an essential part of every surgery, so, here in Granada Clinic we make sure that your pet receives a carefully selected pre-anesthetic. We also use local nerve blocks and epidural’s when needed.

Weight management and nutrition

The weight of your pet should be carefully monitored and you should strive to provide it with all the nutrients it needs to stay healthy and happy. We can help your pet meet its nutritional needs and maintain a healthy body weight.

Cat friendly practice

Dr. Jared Lawrence has been a long standing member of the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP). We abide by the guide lines of the AFFP, so you can have peace of mind knowing that your cat will be well taken care of.


Your pet is safe with us because we follow the recommendations of the American Academy of Feline Practitioners and the American Animal Hospital Association for Vaccine protocols for your pet.