Bel Air Primary Pet Care
Our hospital offers a wide variety of medical services for your pet. The most important aspect of any health care plan is preventative health care. Preventative health care for animals is the same as a person going to a doctor for a routine physical exam. Routine exams are important for your pet as well to allow us to be sure that your pet is happy and healthy.
The doctors and staff at Greenbrier strive to have the most recent advances in medicine available should your pet have a problem. We have the ability to perform most of our blood work within the hospital for blood chemistries, blood cell counts, electrolyte levels, heartworm tests, feline leukemia and FIV testing, as well as several other tests. Samples which cannot be processed are sent to a laboratory, with results usually received within 1-2 business days. Other diagnostic tests available include digital radiology (X-rays), flexible endoscopy, electrocardiogram, and ultrasound.
Patients which may need to be hospitalized have their own special hospitalization ward under direct supervision of a doctor and care technician. This gives them an area to rest and focus on getting better, while it allows our staff to keep a close eye on their progress. Fluid therapy pumps are available for those animals requiring intravenous fluids or medications. For those pets that may need even more specialized care, we do offer referral services for internal medicine, oncology, ophthalmology, dermatology, neurology, and cardiology. Your doctor will discuss these options with you on an individual basis.
Greenbrier Veterinary Clinic offers soft tissue and orthopedic surgery services. Each clinic has a fully equipped surgical suite to ensure that your pet is well-cared for should surgery be necessary. For patients undergoing surgery, we have some of the newest monitoring equipment available to try to ensure the safety of your pet while under anesthesia. This includes the ability to monitor electrocardiograms, pulse oximetry, temperature, respiration, and blood pressure--all of which allows us to evaluate your pet’s heart and lungs while under anesthesia.
Surgical procedures include but are not limited to spays and neuters, growth removals, oral surgery, minor eye and ear procedures, abdominal exploratories including gastrointestinal surgery, urogenital surgery (ie-kidney stones, bladder stones, tumors, etc.), as well as liver and splenic surgery. Orthopedic surgeries including fracture repair, cruciate ligament, hip surgeries, and dislocations are offered as well. For those procedures that may need a more specialized level of care, specialists are available that come to our clinic or referral to a veterinary surgical specialist. Your doctor will discuss these options with you as necessary.
We focus on an individualized approach to each patient. Our doctors will always put our patients’ best interests first to ensure they receive all the things they need to get healthy. We will discuss your pet’s condition with you and be sure to give you all of the potential options available to accomplish this goal.