~Emergency care during clinic hours.
~In-house general surgery during clinic hours (appointments made for specialist surgeons).
~Veterinarians with special interests and graduate training includes birds, exotics, fish, reptiles and pocket pets’ special medical and surgical needs. ~Highest quality of prescription and specialty foods sold and used here.
~Highest quality prescription medications and supplies.
~Full dental care including extractions and other surgical remedies. (Anesthesia-free dental is also offered for those clients that can’t tolerate anesthesia or upon personal preference)
~We offer many in-house laboratory and diagnostic services for your convenience which in-turn produce timely results so that Animal Central can begin appropriate treatment right away.
~We are committed to educating our clients on the condition of their pets so that they can make the most informed decisions about their animals' care plan.
~We network with various rescue agencies so that each animal gets a chance at a new beginning when needed.
~Euthanasia (when appropriate for medical reasons) along with euthanasia after care isperformed by only skilled and loving doctors and nurses. We are all pet owners here too and have the greatest respect and sympathy for you and your terminally ill loved one.
~Donation of services and health care products to our community's rescue organizations because:
"Taking care of animals is an important part of my vision for a better world," says Dr. Stroberg, DVM and owner.
Visitation for Hospitalized Patients:
We want to be able to spend time with you and answer all of the questions and concerns you may have. Please make an appointment with one of our helpful Client Assistant's at a time that's convenient for you and we'll make sure that you have time with the veterinary technician taking care of your loved one. In order to avoid over stimulation of your pet please limit your visit to 2 family members. We welcome children, but please make sure it won't upset your child to see your loved one ill. For the safety of your children they must stay close by your side at all times. Lastly, please limit your visit to around 15 minutes. It would be helpful to you to prepare your questions in advance so you don't forget to ask something important.
Dr. Stroberg conducting surgery