The thrill of a new puppy, kitten, or new adult Pet joining your family is immeasurable. To protect these newest additions to your family, we recommend scheduling a Pet vaccination consultation with your Randall Veterinary Hospital veterinarian as soon as possible.

Vaccinations for Pets are the foundation of a healthy life. Protecting your dog or cat from dangerous, sometimes fatal, diseases is a responsible and compassionate decision. Diseases such as rabies, bordetella, canine distemper, feline distemper and feline leukemia can all be prevented by making sure your Pet receives the appropriate vaccinations at the correct time.

Geriatrics is health care for senior Pets. Depending upon a Pet's species, breed, inherited genetics and environmental factors, our patients step into the geriatric category at different ages.

Our RVH doctors are expert in health issues related to seniors and work to support gracefully aging Pets with an excellent quality of life. Randall Veterinary doctors also practice preventive medicine that helps reduce or avoid common ailments in senior Pets. In addition to helping your senior Pet maintain a healthy weight and moderate exercise, other prevention tips may include regular blood work, EKGs, dental care at home and professional dental cleanings under anesthesia in the hospital.

Service List

  • Diagnosis - Injured Pets
  • Vaccinations
  • Spay/Neuter
  • Surgeries/Surgical Monitor
  • In-House Bloodwork
  • Dentistry
  • Laser Therapy
  • Microchipping
  • Glaucoma Screening
  • Radiology
  • On-Site Pharmacy
  • Skin Care/Flea Control
  • Dietary Counseling
  • Behavioral Counseling
  • Senior Wellness Package
  • Bathing/Grooming
  • Individual Cabin Boarding

In recent years, pet "Body Condition Scores" have become a topic of increasing interest within the veterinary industry. A Body Condition Score, measured on a scale from one to five, is based upon visual and tactile evaluation of a pet's body to determine whether a pet is overweight, at an ideal weight or underweight. A score of "five," for example, would indicate that a pet is obese. In a pet with a score of "five," the ribs are difficult to feel under a thick layer of fat, there is not a visible waist and the abdomen hangs down when viewed from the side of the pet.

The importance of ideal weight—achieved through nutrition and exercise—may seem intuitive, yet many pet owners are surprised to learn about the far-reaching health implications of just a few extra pounds on their pet. Two or three extra pounds, particularly on smaller breeds, should not be overlooked. For instance, on a 10-pound dog, a weight gain of two pounds is the equivalent of gaining 20 percent of its body weight! This would be the equivalent of a 150-pound person gaining 30 pounds.

Talk with your Randall Veterinary Hospital veterinarian about how you can help your pet achieve its ideal weight. Your veterinarian will help guide you as you work toward providing your pet with the right amount of food and a nutritious diet. Daily exercise and play not only burns calories; it also increases your pet's well being. Whether it's a simple game of fetch indoors, or a long walk around the neighborhood, get some exercise with your pet today.

Therapy laser is a non-painful treatment option that increases circulation to treated area(s) which decreases inflammation and pain and helps with healing. We at Randall Veterinary Hospital have integrated the use of laser therapy into our practice for many common conditions like arthritis pain, post operative healing, wound healing, anal gland and ear infections to name a few. Very often pain medications can be reduced or eliminated due to the pain relieving and healing effects of laser therapy.