Diagnostic testing is used to assess internal elements of your pet for the early detection of disease, or to confirm suspected diagnoses that have been based on symptoms that your pet has been presenting with.
We offer consulting between veterinary offices concerning the diagnosis and/or care of most pets. Consultations usually involve the exchange of information or interpretation of test results, and it may be appropriate for consultants to examine the patient.
Proper diet and nutrition can help your pet fight against disease, maintain a proper weight, and promote the overall well-being of your pet.
“Dr. Amy and her team were awesome! They took their time and Dr. Amy sees you and discusses your pet with you in person. Many vets do not do this now. They leave everything for their staff to do. Everyone at Warrenton Animal Clinic are truly wonderful, they love their job, and they love animals. All this and very reasonably priced compared to the vets in the Wake Forest / Raleigh area. WELL worth the drive out to see her, that is for sure!!! So if you are looking for a new vet, give Dr. Amy at Warrenton Animal Clinic a try, you’ll never go to another vet again, promise!”
“This is an awesome place. We love the O’Malleys! They have such compassion for my fur babies and a beautiful practice! I highly recommend them.”
Most states within the US require a certificate of health completed by your veterinarian prior to interstate transportation. In most cases, certificates are good for 30 days. To receive a health certificate, the animal must come in for an exam and depending on the entry regulations for the destination state, vaccines may need to be updated as well.
Although the Rabies vaccine is the only vaccine that is required by law for cats and dogs, we do recommend additional vaccines for their wellness and protection against other transmittable diseases. We will make specific recommendations for your pet based on their current health and lifestyle.
Although we do not have a groomer on staff and cannot offer haircuts, we are happy to provide nail trims, ear cleaning, and anal gland expression. We highly recommend Lickskillet Dog Grooming for your other grooming needs in the Warrenton area!
Our highly trained and experienced staff and doctors provide moment by-moment care and monitoring before, during, and after surgery. We routinely offer spay, neuter, lumpectomy, and dental procedures. Other surgical procedures may be available on a case-by-case basis.
Blood tests are often a crucial factor in diagnosing a sick pet’s condition and prescribing treatment. We also highly recommend blood work prior to anesthetic procedures, or as part of an annual wellness screening process.
We stay in close contact with representatives, and network with drug companies from across the country, ensuring that only top-of-the-line flea, tick, and heart worm prevention products are on our shelves and dispensed to our patients.