Our staff at Springfield Veterinary Hospital & Dental Clinic is filled with passionate animal lovers who are here to help you and your pet! They are highly trained and dedicated to making sure that your pets receive the care and compassion they deserve every time they walk in the door!
We offer the following services to keep your pets healthy:
Ultrasounding is a quick and painless procedure. It uses sound waves to allow us to see inside your pets, without using the harmful radiation produced when we take x-rays.
We are pleased to be able to offer ultrasounds, along with all of our other diagnostic tools, to help your sick pets start to feel better soon. The quicker we can find the problem, the sooner your pets will be back to their normal selves.
At Springfield Veterinary Hospital & Dental Clinic in Springfield, PA , we believe that one of the most important aspects of caring for your pet’s health is vaccinating him or her against possible diseases. There are a variety of diseases which affect our pets, and other animals, so proper vaccination is vital to protecting them from many types of illnesses.
It is important to consult with us about the unique risks of living in our region. We will be happy to discuss the benefits of protecting your pet with vaccinations, as well as, provide you with information on the required vaccinations for your pet.
Echocardiography is a branch of ultrasound that utilizes sound waves to take images of the heart and surrounding major blood vessels. It is a quick, painless and accurate way to monitor function and blood flow and detect any abnormalities. Upon detection, we can work with you to plan a course of treatment to ensure the best for your pet’s heart health.request an appointment
Surgical laser scalpel
Springfield Veterinary Hospital proudly offers surgical lasers in place of the more traditional scalpel for many of our surgeries. Laser scalpels reduce blood loss, provide a clearer field for surgeons (often allowing for shorter anesthesia times), result in less tissue trauma and can allow for faster recovery and easier pain management.request an appointment
Intra-oral radiographs are performed while your pet is under anesthesia. These images reveal the pathology of the teeth including the internal anatomy of the teeth, the roots, potential bone loss, and detection of periodontal disease or tumors. Recent studies have shown that almost 1/3 of patients with normal looking mouths have pathology that warrants treatment.request an appointment