At Happy Valley Vets, we believe that preventative medicine is the best medicine. We offer routine health care from pediatric to pets in Dehradun and nearby area. We know that your pet is an important family member, and we want to help you keep that bond strong.
Pediatric Pet Care
We also offer puppy socials every three to four months to further assist in this endeavor. They also receive vaccinations, deworming, ecto and endo parasite prevention. We tailor our vaccine recommendations based on lifestyle, breed, and suggested medical guidelines.
Healthy Adult Care
Most adult pets will see us twice a year for a comprehensive physical exam, vaccinations, ecto and endo parasite prevention. We will also discuss any additional recommended preventative screenings based on your pet’s breed and lifestyle.
Senior Pet Care
As pets age, they may need to be seen more frequently. Symptoms of disease or a chronic condition may not be readily apparent. In some cases, conditions that may look like the usual signs of old age may be indications of a more series condition.
All senior pets are examined annually, although more frequent visits may be recommend based on each pet’s individual health concerns.You are an important ally in keeping your senior pet healthy! If your pet is experiencing any changes in behavior, we urge you to bring him or her in for a check-up. Together, we can make sure you and your faithful companion enjoy many more years together.
Flea and Tick Prevention
Fleas are a year-round problem for pets and their owners. They are not just a nuisance; they carry diseases that can be dangerous to you and your pet. For example, fleas can transmit tapeworms, and often you can see segments of the tapeworm in your pet’s stool. Your pet can also be allergic to fleas, and just one flea bite can cause an intense allergic reaction, resulting in a severely painful skin infection known as Flea Allergy Dermatitis.
Ticks are not a problem for every pet, but they can carry a variety of serious illnesses.
- Canine Ehrlichiosis, found worldwide, is the most common and one of the most dangerous tick-borne disease organisms known to infect dogs. Caused by the brown dog tick, symptoms may not surface for months after transmission, and can include fever, loss of appetite, depression, weight loss, runny eyes and nose, nose bleeds and swollen limbs.
- Canine Anaplasmosis, also called dog fever or dog tick fever, is transmitted from the deer tick. Symptoms are similar to other tick diseases including fever, loss of appetite, stiff joints and lethargy, but also can include vomiting, diarrhea. In extreme cases, dogs may suffer seizures.
- Canine Babesiosis is typically transmitted by the American dog tick and the brown dog tick. Causing anemia, symptoms may also include pale gums, weakness and vomiting.
- Canine Hepatozoonosis is thought to be transmitted by the brown dog tick and Gulf Coast ticks. Your dog can be infected if he eats one of these disease-carrying ticks. Symptoms are fever, runny eyes and nose, muscle pain and diarrhea with the presence of blood.
Talk to a member of our medical team about which flea and tick prevention product is right for your pet.
Nutritional Counselling Services
We prepare custom diet plans as per the need of your pets
- Food allergies
- Inflammatory Bowel Disease
- Kidney Disease
- Liver Disease
- Lower Urinary Tract Disease
- and much more …