Healthy Paws Animal Hospital was purposely designed to deliver a client and patient experience like no other veterinary hospital. From the design of the facility to the customer’s experience Healthy Paws has redefined how high quality, convenient, and compassionate animal care is experienced by both our clients and their cherished pets. No waiting in the lobby, comfortable and pet relaxing exam rooms with floor to ceiling windows (shown to lower pet anxiety), all standard procedures performed in the exam room with the client present, in-room check-out, low vaccination protocol standards, and all technicians being certified are just a few examples of how by design we are different than all others! Healthy Paws Animal Hospital is a high quality, full-service, care practice.
Meet Dr. Burgess
Dr. Karen Burgess is the head veterinarian at Healthy Paws Animal Hospital.
The professional and courteous staff at Healthy Paws Animal Hospital provides the best possible wellness, medical, surgical, dental, and behavioral care for their highly-valued clients and patients. Healthy Paws staff is committed to promoting responsible pet ownership, preventative health care, and health-related educational information to our clients. Information and client communications is our cornerstone.
- General Wellness Exams
- Puppy/Kitten Exams
- Senior Wellness Care
- Behavioral Recommendations
- Nutrition Counseling
- General and Emergency Surgery
- Spay, Neuter
- Pain Management
- Compassionate Euthanasia Services
- Digital Dental Radiography and Teeth Cleaning
- Radiography Services
Our site has an onsite laboratory, an isolation ward, a modern animal surgery suite, and a comprehensive and well stocked pharmacy.
Happy Halloween to all. As a reminder candy and household pets do not mix well. In particular chocolate and xylitol, both of which are toxic, should be kept away from your pets. A common source of exposure is the treat bin at your front door or children leaving bags of treats laying about the house. It is best to set rules for treats in your house and make sure all are aware of the dangers to our cherished pets. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Healthy Paws.