Parkwest Pet Clinic offers a full range of veterinary services to care for your pet. Learn more about our complete line of services here, and why they are important to maintaining the health and happiness of your pet.

  • Yearly Check-up: comprehensive medical history and physical examination, vaccinations and lab testing
  • Vaccinations: necessary to prevent various infectious diseases.
  • Soft Tissue Surgery: spay and neuter, abdominal and thoracic surgery, and more soft tissues surgeries
  • Orthopedic Surgery: fractures, luxating patella, ruptured cruciate ligaments (TightRope CCL), other bone and joint issues
  • Anesthesia: modern anesthetics and monitoring equipment
  • Endoscopy: modern video-endoscopes allow us to see into the throat, trachea, stomach, intestines, nose and ears
  • Digital X-Ray: immediate results for studying conditions of the chest, abddomen, and skeletal system
  • Laboratory Testing: extensive in-house testing capacity, and the outside labs for specialized testing
  • ECG: electrocardiograms tell us about the electrical activity of the heart and allow us diagnose major heart conditions
  • Basic Ophthalmology: we can diagnose and treat the common diseases of the eye; we also perform some eye surgeries
  • Dermatology: skin problems are one of the most common conditions we see and treat
  • Dental care: cleaning, prophylaxis and extraction of teeth
  • Nutritional Counseling:  we make recommendations for your pet based upon its medical condition
  • Hospitalization: our hospital is prepared to care for your pet for the day or overnight (check-up at some time intervals)
  • Pharmacy Services: the pharmacy is well stocked to meet your pet needs
NOTE: Dr. John Petrut has the education, special interest and skills in most orthopedic procedures


General Medicine and Services

Examinations - At Parkwest Pet Clinic, we offer comprehensive examinations that help evaluate the overall health of your pet. Regular physical examinations can detect problems in their early stages, before they become serious illnesses requiring prolonged treatment. Preventative medicine is the easiest, least expensive and most important way to keep your pet healthy. Early detection ensures prompt action that may solve the problem before serious consequences occur.

Vaccines - Immunizations are a crucial part of your pet's health care. Some immunizations are recommended yearly while others are given every three years. Usually administered during an annual exam, we work with you to develop an individual vaccine protocol that best suits your pet's needs.

Microchip Identification - This unique form of identification is an easy, yet permanent way to bring your pet home quickly should he / she become lost. The microchip is a tiny electronic device, about the size and shape of a grain of rice. It is implanted beneath your pet's skin between the shoulder blades, and stays there for his / her entire life. This procedure is as easy and as painless as a vaccination. Each microchip has a unique number. This number, along with information about the owner and pet, are added to a national pet registry. Most veterinary hospitals and animal shelters have electronic scanners for detecting and reading these implanted microchips. If a lost pet is found and a microchip is scanned it is easy for you to be contacted.

Nutritional Counseling - Proper diet is an important part of your pet's health. Should your pet need a new diet due to health concerns or you are just looking for a healthy alternative to your current brand, we offer individual consultations and nutritional plans to help keep your pet healthy.

Behavior Counseling - Pets often show illness or anxiety through improper or changed behavior. Let our staff help you determine what is appropriate behavior and what you can do to change inappropriate behavior.

Dermatology - Hair loss and constant scratching can indicate fleas, food allergies or other more serious skin conditions. We provide specialized dermatological services to all of our patients including allergy testing and desensitization treatments.

Dentistry - Clean teeth and healthy gums are essential to your pet's health. Infections are more common in the mouth because they can go undetected for long periods of time. Our veterinary staff regularly performs oral exams, cleanings and periodontal care as part of our comprehensive health care goals. Some Signs of Dental Problems include:

  • Bad breath – one of the first signs of dental disease
  • A yellowish-brown crust of plaque on the teeth near the gum line
  • Red and swollen gums
  • Pain or bleeding when your pet eats or when the mouth or gums are touched
  • Decreased appetite or difficulty eating
  • Loose or missing teeth

Dental problems, if left untreated, can often lead to larger systemic problems in your pet due to oral bacteria entering the blood stream and damaging the kidneys, heart and liver.

Nail Trims - We gladly offer nail trims to our patients which groomers cannot help. We do not provide complete grooming services.