Our Veterinary Services
Evans Anima Hospital Services
At Evans Animal Hospital, you can trust that your pets are in great hands. Our compassionate, skillful veterinary staff are here to help when you need us most. We look forward to seeing you soon!
What do we offer?
Veterinary Services in Envas, GA
Prevention is key when it comes to your pet’s health. Our team at Evans Animal Hospital is here to ensure your pet’s life start healthy! It is proven that pets who receive regular wellness care live longer, healthier, and happy lives. The time and effort invested in Wellness programs have rewards for both pets and owners. Our Annual Wellness programs are designed specifically for your pet and may include:
- Physical exam
- Age-appropriate lab tests
When it comes to your pet’s health, prevention is essential. It has been demonstrated that animals who receive routine wellness care live longer and in better health than those who do not. Both pets and owners benefit from the time and effort put into wellness programs. Our pet-specific annual wellness programs could include the following:
- Physical exam
- Species/age-appropriate lab testing
Senior Pet Wellness
Dogs are considered seniors (mature adults) between the ages of 7 and 8 years old, and cats are considered seniors when they are 10 years old. When your pet is considered a mature adult, they will start needing special care. It is important for senior pets to receive a physical wellness examination at least once per year to mark any changes to their health. Our senior wellness program includes a
- Physical exam
- Age-appropriate vaccines
- Lab testing
Our veterinarian usually recommends spaying or neutering at one year of age to prevent unwanted pregnancies and reduce the risk of other health problems. Of course, there are exceptions to that rule, and our veterinarians will have an open discussion with you to decide on the best time to spay or neuter your dog or cat.
If your pet is ready to undergo their spay/neuter, we will need to perform a pre-surgical exam and run blood work to make sure they’re healthy enough for anesthesia. If we detect problems, we can delay the procedure until the issue can be remedied. We follow the same protocols during spay and neuter procedures as we do with any pet surgery.
Soft tissue surgery
Soft tissue surgeries (surgery on organs, the abdomen, and tissue) are all completed in-house, so you and your pet can stay in the comfort of our clinic. Before every procedure, we perform a physical exam and pre-anesthetic bloodwork to ensure your pet is healthy enough to undergo anesthesia. To maximize their level of comfort, we also administer pain medication before the surgery so your pet awakens with minimal or no discomfort. Our pain management protocols are specifically designed for your pet, so you can rest assured their dosage is the perfect amount for them. Some of the surgeries we commonly perform include:
- Mass/tumor removals
- Removal of foreign objects from the intestinal tract
- Abdominal procedures
- Cystotomies (bladder surgery)
- Wound repair
- And more
Regular professional cleaning is important to maintaining your pet’s teeth. We use a modern and safe ultrasonic scaler to clean each tooth thoroughly – above and below the gum line. Dental technicians polish teeth to create a smooth, lustrous tooth surface more resistant to plaque buildup.
Radiographs–or X-rays– help our veterinarians evaluate musculoskeletal, cardiovascular(cardiopulmonary), gastrointestinal, reproductive and urinary system abnormalities. We use state of the art digital radiography and our clients are able to view their pet’s radiographs on the computers in each exam room. We also maintain relationships with board certified veterinary radiologists to assist in properly diagnosing and treating even the most difficult of cases.
Putting your pet to sleep is one of the hardest decisions you will probably ever have to make. We work with clients to ensure their pet’s comfort and dignity. Our goal is to provide our clients with a compassionate understanding and guide them through the difficult decisions and make the euthanasia process as easy and meaningful as possible. If you need more information about the process, please feel free to call and speak with one of our trained Veterinary Assistants.
We pride ourselves in using the most current diagnostic technology to help our patients get on the road to recovery. Dr. Roseberry is trained in all areas of internal medicine, including: Cardiology, Ophthalmology, Neurology, Dermatology, Gastroenterology, Orthopedics, Oncology, and Endocrinology. We also work with and provide clients with excellent referral options in cases where a specialist may be needed.
To better serve our clients and their pets, we have an on-site pharmacy that stocks a wide assortment of medications and parasiticides for your pet. Although we are not able to stock every product available for your pets, we are able to prescribe products that we do not carry here in the clinic.
Dogs and cats can have negative reactions to specific plants, substances, and foods, just like humans can. Allergies in dogs and cats are widespread and can be upsetting for both you and your pet. There is the excessive grooming and persistent scratching, not to mention the ongoing concern that your pet may be experiencing a major illness. We use a variety of diagnostic tools to diagnose and treat stubborn skin conditions.