All about PetCare provides your pets with the latest in medical, surgical and diagnostic facilities. Our professional and well-skilled staff is committed to providing the highest veterinary care for your pet and dedicated in offering compassionate, quality service to you. As pet owners, we realize your pets are a member of your family. We hope to enhance the human-animal bond through excellent veterinary care and client education.
All about PetCare is a team of professionals working together to benefit your pet. Providing quality care since 2002, All about PetCare has continuously provided the highest veterinary care through renovations and advancements to accommodate the communities increasing needs. All about PetCare remains up-to-date with the latest technologies in all aspects of veterinary care, offering the latest in medical, surgical and diagnostics developments to provide your pet with the best possible care.
All about PetCare is pleased to offer state-of-the-art dental radiograph (x-ray) technology for imaging our patientís teeth. Did you know that we can only see about a half of each of your petís teeth by looking inside their mouth? With our digital dental radiograph system, we are able to take remarkably detailed x-rays of your petís teeth in seconds, including the tooth and root below the gum line.
Just like in people, many pet dental problems are below the gum line and can only be detected with x-rays. Without x-ray technology, many painful dental conditions are missed, leaving your dog or catís teeth, gums and dental health at risk. Our veterinarians are able to accurately diagnose these problems and treat them appropriately.
Why are dental x-rays so important for your pet? Untreated dental disease is not only painful for your pet, but can lead to many other problems such as liver, kidney and heart infections. Ask our staff about Dental Radiographs next time you are in!
The veterinarians at All about PetCare recognize that there is a vast overpopulation of unwanted cats in the surrounding communities. We are pleased to offer a Low Cost Cat Spay/Neuter program for all cats in our community. For more information, please visit our page on Cat Spaying & Neutering.
All about PetCare feels cost should not be prohibitive for a community that wishes to do their part and spay and neuter their dogs. We are pleased to offer a Low Cost Canine Spay & Neuter Program for qualified low income applicants. For more information, please visit our page on Dog Spaying & Neutering.
We understand the most difficult part of any veterinary visit for any cat (AND owner!) oftentimes is getting the cat in the carrier. We also understand the importance of safely traveling with your cat and know that carriers are the best option for both your cat and your own safety. Check out this video to learn tips on how to make the carrier experience a better one! In addition, when cats visit us less stressed, our examinations are more thorough and everyone involved is much happier.
3410 Tytus Ave., Middletown, OH 45042
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Holistic (or Integrative) Veterinary Medicine is the examination and diagnosis of a pet, considering all aspects of the pet's life and employing all of the practitioner's senses, as well as the combination of conventional and alternative modalities of treatment. When a holistic veterinarian treats a pet, besides giving it a comprehensive physical examination, he wants to find out all about its behaviors, distant medical and dietary history, and its environment including diet, emotional stresses, and other factors.
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Cruciate (ACL) Repair Surgery
Cruciate ligament rupture is one of the most common causes of rear lameness in dogs. Dr. Heller has provided a remedy and relief to dozens of local dogs through surgical repair.
Spinal Manipulation Therapy
Veterinary Spinal Manipulation Therapy (VSMT) is referred to as "Chiropractic" in human terms. Dr. Laura Arington conducts VSMT evaluations and adjustments in the office 3-4 days a week, and is seeing current clients as well as pets referred from other practices.
Dr. Heller completed his studies at the Chi-Institute to become a certified veterinary acupuncturist. He has treated many patients and the pets who received acupuncture have had their medical conditions improve, sometimes with dramatic results.