We’re glad you’re here!
Lavitt Animal Hospital provides personalized compassionate care for you and your pet. We are a full-service animal hospital, providing medical consultation, preventative care, complete laboratory services, diagnostic radiography, dentistry, surgery and more! Your pet’s treatment options will always be discussed with you.
Dr. Erich Roush offers as much appointment time as you need to fully understand your pet’s health and to answer any questions.
Congratulations on the new addition to your home! We are excited to help you keep your furry bundle happy and healthy for many years to come.
We know you love your pet(s) – they’re members of the family! – and our veterinary team is committed to helping you keep them healthy and happy for as long as possible.
At Lavitt Animal Hospital, we will always discuss when a particular disease can be managed medically or when surgery may be your best option, and there are options to ensure the health of your pet.
At Lavitt Animal Hospital, we can administer your pet with a HomeAgain microchip – one of the leading microchips on the market.
SPAY | NEUTERING
Thousands of unwanted pets are euthanized every day, which is one of the reasons why preventing unwanted pregnancies by spaying or neutering a dog or cat who is not intended for breeding is recommended.
At Lavitt Animal Hospital, we strive to ensure your pet can maintain a healthy and comfortable mouth. A healthy mouth is important to maintain a healthy body!
At Lavitt Animal Hospital, we provide a number of diagnostic services in our hospital, so you get results right away and we get your pet back on their feet faster!
MEDICAL CARE & HOSPITALIZATION
We offer a number of diagnostics in our hospital for rapid results and also have access to outside laboratories for specialized diagnostic tests. Our pharmacy provides more rapid treatment and convenience.
There are procedures we will conduct in order to get better and more accurate results within out tests. These include X-Rays, Ultrasound, and OFA Screenings.
END OF LIFE CARE
Veterinary Medicine is not always puppies and kittens, and our care for your pets continues into the winter years of their lives.