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As a valued client of our practice, you can expect our full attention to your pets’ needs and we will provide all services with courtesy and respect. When you arrive for your appointment you will be warmly greeted by two-legged and four-legged staff members. We will weigh your pet and assist you into an examination room. A Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT) will take a history on your pet for the veterinarian. A veterinarian will then examine your pet from nose to tail, answer any questions, and plan further diagnostics or treatment as necessary. A RVT will wrap things up, and will provide you with further educational information and answer any questions to ensure you are well informed about your animal’s health. Our receptionist will finalize the billing and schedule any needed follow up appointments. We are excited to meet you, your family, and your furry family members.

Dr Lisa and all her staff are amazing! I have taken my Boxers there for years and they always get…

Ami Brown

We have been taking our 2 dogs and 1 cat there for two years. They have had several surgeries…

L L

I took my cat to them the staff and the doctor were very helpful and caring. And handled a very…

Colin Mckenzie

I originally went to Lomsnes for my bearded dragon when he had a URI, they helped him so quickly and…

Amandamw

Dr. Katie and the Lomsnes staff were so great and welcoming. It was the first time bringing my dog, Lola,…

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How Do I Know If My Pet Has Internal Parasites?

 Your pet can pick up an internal parasite (roundworms, tapeworms, etc.) from multiple different sources including ingesting parasite eggs in contaminated water, food, feces, soil or another infested animal such as birds, mice and fleas.

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