At Dill Animal Hospital, we offer a variety of services to care for your pet. If you have any questions or would like more information on how we can care for your pet, please contact us today.
Dill Animal Hospital offers a variety of surgical procedures from routine procedures such as spay, neuter and dental prophylaxis, to more specialized orthopedic procedures such as patella stabilization and cruciate surgery. Our doctors are also highly trained in bladder stone removal and other immediate procedures, such as forgein body removals (socks, rocks etc). Please contact us today with any questions you may have.
Medical and Routine Care
No matter the age of your pet, there are times when expertise in medical care and management may be necessary. We strive to stay up to date on the most current diagnostics and treatments available to keep your pets healthy, happy and thriving. Whether it is routine vaccinations or complex treatment of an illness, we will work with you on a plan that is tailored to you and your pets needs.
Acupuncture is the insertion of small, sterile needles into specific points on the body. Acupuncture points correspond to areas of the body where nerves, vessels, immune cells and myofascial planes are concentrated. Acupuncture is effective in decreasing pain, inflammation, soft tissue restrictions and improving blood flow, healing, and overall quality of life for your pet. Most pets find acupuncture to be a positive and relaxing experience. Ask Dr. Tegarden how acupuncture can help your pet!
Digital Radiology – Full Body and Dental
Dill Animal Hospital is equipped with on-site digital radiography for swift results. In the event you need a more in-depth diagnostic, we also work with specialists that can have results in as little as 24 hours!
Ultrasound is a non-invasive diagnostic tool that uses high-frequency sonic waves to evaluate the structure and function of internal organs. Additionally, it is used to evaluate for masses or tumors, to detect and diagnose illnesses such as kidney, bladder, gallbladder stones and to determine pregnancy, stage of gestation and viability of the fetus. This information is invaluable in determining the course of treatment for many disease processes.
In-House Lab Work
Dill Animal Hospital has state of the art Heska and Abaxis laboratory equipment that allows for lab results in as little as 20 minutes. In the event the doctor sends the tests out, we work with Antech diagnostics with results in as little as one day!
Did you know, most pets start showing signs of dental disease by the age of 3? Dental hygiene plays an important role in the overall health and livelihood of your pet! Dill Animal Hospital offers safe anesthetic dental cleanings to help ensure that your pet will always have “kissing sweet breath”!
When a pet is lost or stolen the effects on the family are catastrophic. HomeAgain microchips will help reunite you with your pet! Please feel free to give us a call to learn more or to set up an appointment to have your pet microchipped today!
Whether you own a new kitten or elderly dog, your pet is counting on your care. Vaccines are the first line of defense for many pets and are incredibly important to stay up to date on! Dill Animal Hospital carries all core vaccines and a wide variety of highly recommended non-core vaccines to make sure your pet is covered. If you aren’t sure what vaccines your pet needs, please give us a call. We will be happy to review them with you!
Be on the look out in our “Resources” page for the general layout and explaination of vaccines!
Parasite and Flea Control
We can’t always see them, but parasites and fleas are in Washington year round! Dill Animal Hospital stocks a variety of flea and parasite control to protect you and your pet from those pesky pests! Not sure which is best for your family? Please, give us a call and we will be happy to help you choose!
Dill Animal Hospital offers a selection of veterinary diets to ensure the best nutritional needs for your pets! We work directly with Royal Canin and Purina to supply these foods for your pet!
Please contact us today if you have any questions or would like to learn more about how we care for your pet.