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K-Laser Therapy

What to Expect in therapy  K-Laser Therapy at Woodlawn K-laser can be beneficial as a non-invasive pain management solution for chronic pain due to arthritis, sprains, strains and other joint mobility problems instead of oral medications. It can also significantly reduce healing time by strengthening injured tissue and supporting normal tissue for less scar formation

House Calls & Ambulatory Transport

We are pleased to offer convenient house calls for those clients who are unable to come to our facility. We will come to your home to service your pet’s health care needs. Many services can be performed right in the comfort of the pet’s own home! We can also transport to and from our facility

Advanced Diagnostics

First you have to know what’s wrong. Advanced diagnostics gets us there. We are fully equipped with ABAXIS lab equipment for blood tests and have x-ray capabilities. Our ABAXIS diagnostic equipment allows us to run CBC’s, chemistry panels, electrolytes, thyroid screening test, clotting panels and others, while you wait! We also perform heartworm tests and

Surgical Procedures

We proudly offer a superior level of surgical care for all of our patients. With state of the art facilities and equipment, our doctors perform most routine procedures. We maintain electrocautery and advanced monitoring equipment, so you can be confident of superior technology. Your pet will receive the best possible care while under anesthesia. We

Puppy Socialization

  Proper, early onset “Puppy Socialization” is probably only second to Vet visits for a puppy’s overall health and wellness. This is an invaluable experience for your puppy and can have lifelong implications. At Woodlawn Animal Hospital, your puppy will be introduced to “Puppy Socialization” right away by our staff. You will be given “take

Dental Care

It’s easy to overlook your pet’s oral health. However, visits to Woodlawn Hospital for pet dental care follow the same logic as dental visits for people. Our pets eat and chew food every day, the same way we do. And like people, a pet’s overall health can be negatively impacted by untreated dental disease, even