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About our Services


 

Preventive Pet Healthcare

This service starts with an annual visit for physical examination, vaccinations and parasite testing.  This is the single most important program we provide all of our clients’ pets to get early detection and best possible outcomes for hidden medical issues. These annual visits also help pet owners understand the importance of balanced nutrition and the avoidance of obesity in their pets.  When puppies and kittens are presented for their preventive exams, Dr. McCorkle has the opportunity to help owners get their pets off to a great start relative to housetraining, dental care, behavioral management and other issues.

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Medical Care

We provide diagnosis and treatment for a wide array of health issues.  Utilizing a full array of diagnostic tools to provide accurate assessment of medical problems, we are best able to initiate early and appropriate care.  While diagnostic tools are very important when working with difficult medical cases, the instincts of an experienced veterinarian are critical relative to arriving at a timely diagnosis.

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Surgery

Dr. McCorkle has been providing a wide array of surgical services for soft tissue, dental and orthopedic needs for over 30 years.  All surgery is performed by Dr. McCorkle to insure an experienced result.  In the most technical cases, consultation with and referral to a surgical specialist is readily available.  Early discharge from hospital to home after surgery is an important focus of our team, but overnight care is recommended whenever a pet’s situation warrants further observation.

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Dental Care

Dental disease is one of the most common diseases seen in our veterinary practice.  While preventing this disease is straightforward, the consequences of ignoring oral health are very serious.  Periodontal disease leads to oral inflammation, infection, pain, bad breath and tooth loss.  In addition, more serious consequences such as jaw fractures, kidney disease, heart disease, urinary tract disease and others commonly follow.  Preventing these problems requires that our veterinary team and each pet’s owner begin early in the pet’s life working for great oral health.  In working to enhance the quality of life for every pet, maintaining great oral health is a top priority at Mountain Valley Veterinary Hospital.

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Pharmacy

In an environment where pharmaceutical prices are out of control, we maintain a full pharmacy to provide immediate access to medications for most of the conditions we treat.  There is no waiting in line for your alphabetized bag and never a jaw-dropping price surprise.  In addition, we stock a supply of professional flea and tick products to customize a selection for each pet’s situation.  Dr. McCorkle understands how flea and tick infestations begin and how they should end.  Have our staff recommend a protocol to end external parasite issues for your pet.  Certainly, this is an important step in maintaining an excellent quality of life for our client’s pets.

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Other Services

As important as lifelong healthcare is for our pets, understanding and dealing with end of life issues is one of our most important responsibilities.  Dr. McCorkle has had many years of experience consulting with pet owners regarding the many questions and uncertainties that arise when their aging pets are dealing with terminal issues.  Certainly, comprehensive pet care has to include professional handling of these situations.  Dr. McCorkle provides compassionate end of life care to pets including consultation and humane euthanasia in hospital or at the pet’s home.

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Cat Care by our Specialist, Lisa ...

Lisa is our cat care specialist.  She has a houseful of pets and has particular fondness for and rapport with cats.  Cats are oftentimes more likely to be stressed at the veterinary office than dogs and we pay special attention to cats in order to minimize their fears.  Here, it is obvious that Lisa has found Bella Mae’s comfort zone.

Lisa is our cat care specialist.  She has a houseful of pets and has particular fondness for and rapport with cats.  Cats are oftentimes more likely to be stressed at the veterinary office than dogs and we pay special attention to cats in order to minimize their fears.  Here, it is obvious that Lisa has found Bella Mae’s comfort zone.