We are a full service veterinary clinic that offers complete medical and surgical care for the health of your pet. 

Preventive Care For All Life Stages

Proper preventive care includes wellness exams and vaccinations, wellness blood testing, heartworm prevention, flea and tick prevention, and parasite prevention and control.

Internal Medicine Care

A thorough physical exam is important in defining the underlying cause for illness. To assist in a proper diagnosis, testing may include bloodwork, digital radiology (x-ray), ultrasound imaging, and cytology. Medical conditions are then managed through treatment and follow up care.

Advanced Surgical Care

We perform Orthopedic and Advanced Soft Tissue Surgery in addition to spays, neuters, and growth removals. We understand your concern for anesthesia and surgery for your pet is the same as your concern for a family member. We take anesthesia and surgery very seriously. All of our anesthetic patients are carefully monitored throughout their procedures. Our surgical patients receive an IV catheter, IV fluids, and perioperative pain management.

Diagnostic Testing

At Four Seasons we believe strongly in point of care, with same-day diagnostic services for all of our patients. Not only does this make good use of our your time in the clinic, it also means treatment can get started sooner - based on scientific results, and we can give you peace of mind when a physical exam alone doesn't yield significant results. From fecal testing and urinalysis to full orthopedic exams including OFA radiographs (x rays) or even skin cytology. We have the equipment and skills to perform general and specialty bloodwork; as well as, comprehensive profiles and so much more. We want to be your full service vet.

Dental Care

Dental health is important. Ideally, pet's teeth should be brushed daily (like our own teeth)! However, there are times when additional dental care is needed. Dental cleanings involve a full assessment of the teeth, periodontium, gingiva, and oral cavity during general anesthesia. Digital dental x-rays are performed to assess the degree of periodontal disease and the health of the teeth and surrounding bone. Treatment for periodontal disease includes antibiotics, and extractions when significant disease is present.

Cold Laser Therapy

Our hospital proudly offers Cold Laser Therapy as a non-invasive, painless treatment commonly used for treating conditions such as arthritis, sprains and strains, tendon and ligament injuries and helping with post-surgical recovery. 


We are pleased to offer our patients acupuncture! Acupuncture is a form of integrative medicine that stimulates the body's natural healing process. Acupuncture is used for a variety of conditions. The most common conditions it is used for are pain (specifically, musculoskeletal pain), neurological disease, gastrointestinal disease, certain skin disorders, and anxiety/behavioral disorders. The process includes inserting very fine needles into specific locations in the body to help reduce inflammation, promote healing, improve blood circulation, and release beneficial hormones and enzymes. 

Senior Care

Our pets are living longer! Multiple age-related conditions are discussed and managed so your senior pet can live a longer, happier life.

Urgent Care

When a pet requires immediate veterinary care, an examination, diagnostic testing, and treatment are performed. For more emergent and serious conditions, we will stabilize the pet prior to transfer for continued care to a nearby emergency veterinary hospital.

Hospice Care

As our pets live longer, there may come a time when hospice care is needed. Our goal is to provide palliative management of the symptoms in order to comfort our terminally ill patients. 

Behavioral Counseling

Animal behavior problems play a significant role in disrupting the human/animal bond. A physical exam and bloodwork are performed to determine if there is an underlying illness causing the behavioral problem. Counseling and behavioral modification medications may be prescribed to help manage adverse behaviors. Referral to a Veterinary Behavioral Doctor may be indicated in some cases.

USDA/APHIS Domestic and International Health Certificates

Our veterinarians are USDA/APHIS Accredited for International travel health certificates. When scheduling an appointment for a health certificate, please gather all necessary information regarding your destination and requirements for travel. Each country and airline often has different requirements. Preparing for International travel with a pet is an extensive process and in some cases can take months. Our team is here to help with facilitating exams, vaccines and testing and will sign off on the required forms. To ensure the process goes as smoothly as possible, please follow the steps below before your scheduled appointment:

1. Print out and complete the USDA Pet Travel Checklist.

2. Visit the USDA Pet Travel Website  and select your destination on the drop down menu to see all requirements. Different countries have different requirements, so be sure to note all required vaccines, testing, medications and if a Microchip is required. If your pet does not have a microchip, please let us know at the time of scheduling so we can facilitate this at your appointment.

3. Determine whether your destination requires their own specific health certificate, or if the APHIS Form 7001 is accepted.

4. Once you've completed the Checklist, contact our office to schedule an appointment. Health certificate appointments are scheduled for a minimum of 1 hour and are often required within 14 days of travel. Please bring your checklist and any country-specific paperwork, as well as your pet. 


We offer CareCredit to help finance those unexpected pet expenses. Our clients can apply on-line or during their veterinary visit. Please ask us for more information, or you can apply at