At Cumberland Veterinary Clinic, we strongly believe that the best medicine is preventative medicine. Preventative medicine
includes a yearly check-up with the doctor and whatever vaccinations are appropriate for your pets lifestyle.
We also believe that is very important to spay and neuter your pet. The best time to do this is between five and six months
of age before the animal goes into a heat cycle or starts spraying. Prior to surgery, pre-anesthetic blood work can be a very
informative and useful tool, both with upcoming surgery and in years to come.
Cats and dogs need the same type of dental care as humans. This includes regular brushing and dental cleanings. Our
technologists are specially trained to perform dental cleanings on animals. An animal with healthy teeth and gums will live a
much longer and healthier life, not to mention have nicer breath! Come by the clinic today to have your animals teeth checked
and book a cleaning. Our technologists are always ready to teach clients how to brush their pets teeth and offer other
alternatives to brushing.
Having your pet go under anesthesia for any reason can be stressful for you. We understand this, which is why we keep up to date
on everything involving surgery. From safe anesthetic to new and faster surgery techniques. At Cumberland Veterinary Clinic you
can trust that your pet is getting quality care and we will call you as soon as your pet is out of surgery to let you know how he
or she is doing!We also believe in making sure your pet is comfortable and as pain free as possible.If you have any questions about our surgeries or when to book your pet to be spayed or neutered please
our educated and helpful Veterinary Office Assistants to answer any of your questions.