At Winslow Animal Hospital, your pet is our number one priority. Our compassionate and caring team members are here to ensure your cat or dog is as healthy as possible. We have an extended list of services to help in keeping your beloved pet in his/her top physical health. The doctors and team at Winslow Animal Hospital look ahead to building a long healthy partnership.
|Address||530 Berlin - Cross Kys Rd|
|Phone Number||(856) 875-1323|
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We enjoy American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) accreditation as AAHA partners with us, giving us the tools to meet established criteria for the best practices in veterinary medicine, promote safety in the hospital and create loyalty. We care about these things because we want to do what we do best - extend and enhance the quality and duration of pets' lives for the people in the community we love! Today AAHA serves approximately 5,500 practice teams in the U.S. and Canada, over half of which are accredited, comprised of more than 50,000 veterinary care providers.
Winslow Animal Hospital includes a full-service rehabilitation physical therapy center dedicated to improving the quality of life of our animal companions by restoring mobility and alleviating pain. Our mission is to provide rehabilitative services for your pet from a team of veterinary professionals who have undergone advanced study and are certified in canine rehabilitation (CCRP or CCRT) and acupuncture (CVA). Careful attention is given to each pet's unique personality when choosing appropriate therapies.
Microchips are tiny computer chips, about the size of a grain of rice. A microchip has a unique identification number stored on it. The microchip is usually inserted under the skin between the shoulders, and feels about the same as getting a vaccine. When your pet gets microchipped, the number of his or her chip is registered. Then, if your pet should get lost and taken to an animal shelter, the people at the animal shelter can scan the microchip, call the registry, and find you! Even if your pet loses his or her collar, you have the benefit of knowing your pet can always be identified by that microchip!
One of the best things you can do for your pet is to keep him or her healthy. And one of the easiest and least expensive ways to do that is by bringing in your pet for regular exams and vaccinations. Dogs and cats age far faster than people, so significant changes in your pet's health can happen in a short time. Wellness programs allow us to diagnose diseases and conditions early, when they're easier to treat or manage. Often, we can help prevent diseases entirely, just by ensuring that your pet has received appropriate vaccinations and preventives.
Our experienced veterinarians provide many surgical services at our clinic, ranging from routine to advanced procedures. Because we want to ensure that our patients receive the best possible outcome, we occasionally refer them to specialists (board-certified veterinary surgeons) to perform complex operations when advanced equipment or training will be beneficial. Our veterinary team takes every precaution so that your pet receives the highest-quality care. We perform a physical exam and preanesthetic testing before surgery, monitor your pet during surgery, and provide appropriate pain medication to keep your pet comfortable during recovery.
When you arrive for your appointment, you will be greeted warmly, and we will usher you into an examination room as soon as we have one available. Our goal is to see all of our clients and patients on time, and although we have contingencies for emergencies, there will be times when the unexpected will create delays. We will ensure these are minimized as much as possible. You will normally see a veterinary technician first who will take a history and gather some data for the doctor. A veterinarian will see you next, examine your pet, answer your questions, and plan further diagnostics or treatment as necessary.
We offer a wide range of services including medical, diagnostic, surgical, and preventive health care needs for your pet so they live a longer, healthier, happier life.
Did you know dental disease is the most common infectious disease in dogs and cats? In fact over 68% of all pets over the age of three, and 80% over the age of four, have some form of periodontal or dental disease. Most pets show few signs of dental disease. The most obvious is bad breath. The most common cause of dental disease in dogs and cats is due to tartar and calculus accumulation. Tartar is easily identified by its tan or brown color. It normally starts at the gum edge, especially on the back teeth called the premolars and molars.