Park Veterinary Hospital & Urgent Care welcomes a wide variety of small animals to our practice.
Our veterinarians know that preventing health issues from occurring is the most humane and cost-effective plan for pets. Below you will find links to the pages that describe our veterinarians’ recommendations for different breeds and ages of the pets we serve.
- Puppies and kittens
- Senior pet care
- Rabbits, ferrets, and pocket pets
- Parasite prevention
- Preventing Lyme disease and Leptospirosis
—Starting puppies and kittens off on the “right paw” is an important step to making sure they live long, full, and healthy lives. Let our veterinarians guide you through healthy exam schedules and a comprehensive vaccination and parasite prevention plan.
—Elderly pets have different health needs than younger pets. Park Veterinary Hospital & Urgent Care ’s staff and doctors understand the changing needs of senior pets and will help you adjust their health plan to keep them strong and enjoying a high quality of life.
—Park Veterinary Hospital & Urgent Care has a veterinarian who is fully committed to the general care of rabbits, ferrets, and pocket pets. Allow our specialist to partner with you to provide excellent health care for your pets.
—Preventing fleas, ticks, and intestinal parasites is an important part of the overall health of your pet. Park Veterinary Hospital & Urgent Care ’s knowledgeable staff will help you keep your pet and home parasite free.
—Lyme disease and leptospirosis are nasty diseases affecting us and our pets. To protect your entire family, make sure your pet is always up-to-date on their vaccines. Park Veterinary Hospital & Urgent Care highly recommends vaccinating your dog against Lyme and leptospirosis, annually.
Park Veterinary Hospital & Urgent Care is committed to the health and well-being of the pets of Durham, and we hope you will join our extended family of pets and pet owners.