Young's Animal Hospital is proud to offer a 10% discount to the Military and First Responders
*discount does not apply to food itemsAt Young’s Animal Hospital we strive to provide every client and patient with the best care possible in a timely fashion while remaining understanding, accurate, and aware of each client’s unique situation. We are the partners you can rely on to provide the information you need to make the best decision for your pet. And we will work with you to ensure that everyone is on the same page when it comes to treatment and cost.
Young's Animal Hospital
We are very excited about all of the services we can offer to you and your pets. Our goal is to make sure your pets stay as healthy as they possibly can. We do this by providing routine examinations, vaccinations, Wellness Programs and much more. However, we are also here to help in times of trouble.
“I don’t ever remember having a caring experience in a vets office as I did for the emergency visit Saturday 02/24/18. The staff made me feel very comfortable and cared about what was going on with my little fur baby. I have pretty much decided Young Animal Hospital will now be the office I take all my four legged babies too. Thank you for the caring experience you gave me. ”
- VICKIE BOLTON
“Everyone was very concerned about what was going on with Buddy. They did a very thorough exam and eased my concerns. They explained what I was to look for and when to call back if I noticed any changes. ”
- PATRICIA FURRY
“I was very pleased with the exam and care”
- JACQUE ADAMS
“very knowledgeable doctor and ancillary assistance. it was evident that all who worked with Alta May cared about the well being of my cat and about my feelings as a pet owner.”
- PRISCILLA REAMS
“You all do an amazing job. I wish I could come to you for all my healthcare needs. Extremely thorough, compassionate and understanding. ”
- LAURI KENDRICK
“Very informative and friendly.”
- SHARON FREEMAN
“The last visit was very good. No issues to address and everyone is very professional, friendly and courtesy as always. Thanks for all the kind and great service to the MinPins. They are very special to me and their health and care is number one also. Keep up all the good work everyone!!!!”
- PATTY KNOLL
“Great, Love Dr. Gordon and staff.”
- LOUISE SWENSON
“I appreciated the time that the technician and Dr. Gordon spent with me and Modizzah. They were truly interested in the health of my pet.”
- S. LEE FOWLKES
“My little dog and I are always treated very professional. Everything is explained very well and I know she is getting the best treatment. Thank you. “
- BIRGITT TISCHER-POCOCK
Professional dental cleanings, full mouth digital dental x-rays, and surgical extractions as needed are essential to any pets oral and overall health.
Dental disease is one of the most common and prevalent diseases we see. It is estimated that around 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats more than three-years old have some form of the disease. This disease can travel through the bloodstream if left untreated. This results in subsequent illnesses, including heart, liver, and kidney disease.
Routine daily dental care is critical to your pet’s dental hygiene, and includes tooth brushing, oral rinses, chews and treats, etc. However, routine examinations by a veterinarian are critical for good dental health. During this examination your veterinarian may recognize teeth that may be causing your pet pain. Your veterinarian may recommend a professional dental cleaning under anesthesia. In addition to full scaling and polishing like you receive at your dentist, we also take full-mouth radiographs. The radiographs are a critical component of your pet’s dental care because a large amount of dental disease occurs below the gumline and cannot be seen while cleaning the teeth. During the procedure, your veterinarian will surgically extract any diseased teeth that are causing your pet pain.
Owners that have purchased a Wellness Package can make monthly payments or receive 10% off at the time of the procedure.
Convenient pharmacy options ensure that our patients can always get the medications they need.
Our on-site pharmacy keeps medications on hand so that if your pet is not feeling well, he or she can get better quickly by taking medications right away! We also don’t want your pet to run out of medication when he or she is on something long-term. Most refill requests are ready for pick up same day or within 1 business day.
A comprehensive list of products are available for delivery right to your door. Order as needed or schedule your deliveries with auto ship so that you never run out of the products that your pet needs. Free Shipping on Auto Ship. Out of town? No problem, with home delivery, you can have your items shipped anywhere in the continental U.S. Call 888-606-3336 or order online.
Internal medicine can be challenging, since it involves working with patients suffering from nonspecific signs such as lethargy, weight loss, appetite loss, vomiting, and many other symptoms. At Young’s we pride ourselves on a thorough diagnostics process.
Once a diagnosis is made, we are able to start treatments to help your pet recover as soon as possible. When recommended, hospitalization can be provided. Otherwise, we will discuss an appropriate treatment plan with you.
X-rays are the diagnostic of choice when examining bony structures. This is also the best way to be able to count puppies or kittens if your pet is pregnant. Radiographs also allow us to examine soft tissue structures such as the heart and spleen for size and shape, and is frequently used to check for gastrointestinal obstructions. Images can be sent to a specialist for review if needed.
Ultrasounds can assist in the detection of cancerous masses and allow us to better examine individual organs. Images can be sent to a specialist for review if needed.
In-house laboratory is very important to diagnose urgent and emerging conditions, as well as screening for conditions like heartworm disease, and feline AIDS and leukemia. Having an in-house laboratory with full blood work, cytology, fecal examination and urinalysis abilities allows us to diagnose your pets much faster than we could if we had to send all samples to an outside laboratory.
If your pet is not feeling well, schedule a visit or come right down to be worked in today.
Young’s Animal Hospital is proud to offer our surgical services to our clients.
It is our goal to offer you and your pets the very best surgical care. In order to do this, we work hard to provide the highest quality anesthetic protocols and surgical procedures. Our surgical team is dedicated to the care of their patients. We pride ourselves in using the safest anesthetic protocols available and take precautions to maximize safety, including but not limited to, pre-anesthetic bloodwork, IV catheter placement with IV fluids, and constant monitoring by a designated surgical technician while the Dr. is performing the procedure.
We also know and understand how stressful your pet’s surgery can be for you. We want to make sure you, as an owner, understand the procedures your pets are undergoing. Our staff will answer any questions that you may have. We will also keep you informed about how your pets are doing throughout their entire stay.
In addition to the surgical services our full-time doctors provide, we also have a board-certified surgeon available for orthopedic and advanced surgical procedures.
If you have any questions about your pet’s procedures, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Our hospital is open Monday’s, Tuesday’s, Thursday’s, and Friday’s from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. We are open Wednesday’s from 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. On Saturdays we are open from 8:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. The clinic is closed on Sunday.
Spaying or neutering should be done at 6 months of age. Your pet must have an exam prior to surgery to help determine whether your pet is healthy enough to undergo the surgical procedure. Vaccinations are required to be current prior to the time of surgery. Also a pre-anesthetic blood screen is required prior to undergoing anesthesia and surgery.
This is a blood test that is done prior to surgery. There are several options of pre-anesthetic blood work available. It tests the organ functions, blood counts and clotting function of your pet. The pre-anesthetic blood screening is done to assure safety during surgery and the ability to heal following surgery.
No, there is no advantage to letting your pet have one litter. However, there are plenty of advantages to having you pet spayed or neutered. These advantages include decreasing the chances of breast tumors later in life, decreasing the chance of cystic ovaries and uterine infections later in life, decreasing the desire to roam the neighborhood, decreasing the incidence of prostate cancer later in life, helping prevent spraying and marking, and also decreases the surplus of unwanted puppies and kittens.