We are pleased to offer
the following services
Prevention is truly the best medicine. During your pets annual or
bi-annual exam, we will thoroughly evaluate your pet, with your pets
co-operation of course, review past medical history and address any concerns
you may have. This also includes preventive measures such as
vaccines, heartworm and flea prevention. Because Dogs and Cats
times faster, on average, than people, significant health changes can occur
in a short time. For this reason, we recommend bi-annual appointments,
especially for our senior patients. During this visit we can address issues
on Dental, Nutrition, Weight Management,
Body Condition Score, Arthritis and Metabolic Problems and any other
We now offer a new
for dogs, check it out!
Feline Wellness Packages, click here
for more information.
We maintain a fully stocked pharmacy for your convenience. Once your pet
is diagnosed there will be no waiting at a pharmacy. Your prescription will
be ready for you upon discharge. If you can not pill your pet, just let us
know. Most Prescriptions can be compounded into a flavored liquid form. Our
medications are stored and packaged under the strict regulations of the
Federal Drug Administration. If you are running low on a current
prescription or food just give us a call and we will have them ready at your
convenience to pick up.
Our In-House Laboratory is fully equipped to perform Hematology Blood
Tests which include CBC, Red Blood Cell, White Blood Cells and Platelets,
Chemistry Blood Tests, Electrolytes, Thyroid Tests, Urinalysis, Internal and
External Parasite Identification, Cytology and Electrocardiograms. We screen
for Glaucoma using a specialized instrument called a Tono Vet. We screen for
Heartworm Disease, Lymes Disease, Anaplasmosis and Ehrlichia in our canine
patients. Feline Leukemia Virus and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus in our
feline patients. We utilize local and national veterinary laboratory
services for evaluation of other tissue and organ functions, and for
histological and cytological testing.
All surgeries are performed in a sterile environment with patients
receiving pain medication to relieve discomfort and ease their recovery.
Patients are monitored throughout surgery with a Pulseoximeter measuring
heart rate and respiration. We offer a full range of surgeries encompassing
everything from spays/neuters to fracture repair and ophthalmic procedures.
We also perform certain endoscopy and ultrasound procedures. Patients
requiring more specialized surgical procedures are referred to The Ohio
State University College of Veterinary Medicine or Columbus Med Vet Referral
Radiographs are an important diagnostic tool for
many of the common conditions we see. These include fractures of bones,
difficulty breathing as well as vomiting. This equipment is on-site and
gives us immediate results. We also have the ability to use contrast
material to highlight specific areas of interest such as the joints,
kidneys, bladder, stomach and intestinal tract. Images can be sent to
radiology specialists that are available for consultation on difficult
Dental care is an important part of our daily life
and should be for our pets also. 85% of dogs and cats have some form of
periodontal disease. Daily brushing, rinsing or special treats can aid in
fighting plaque-forming bacteria but you need to begin with a clean mouth.
We remove plaque and harmful bacteria with chlorhexidine and an Ultrasonic
Low Speed Scaler. Low Speed Polishing is then done before applying Fluoride
Acupuncture is the stimulation of specific points on
the body which have the ability to alter various biochemical and
physiological conditions in order to achieve a healing effect. It is not a
cure-all, but it works well where indicated and when used alone or in
combination with traditional veterinary medicine. Veterinary acupuncture has
been used to treat animals for nearly 4,000 years in China. In North America
it has been used for decades, in both domestic and exotic animals.
Acupuncture is one of a variety of therapies a veterinarian may use to treat
Dr. Lenke now offers Acupuncture for small and large animals,
for more information.