All Animals Veterinary Hospital (AAVH) prides itself in providing the highest quality medicine to our clients and patients.  While many ailments can be accurately diagnosed with a physical examination alone, we are skilled in many advanced diagnostics if needed.

Wellness Exams

Yearly physical examinations are the most important tool in early detection of disease.  While your pet may seem perfectly healthy there are conditions such as early heart disease, arthritis, and cancers that can be found on a physical examination before any sign of these is revealed to you by your pet.


Spay & Neuter

We recommend that every dog and cat be spayed/neutered at 6 months of      age. We also offer spays/neuters for most of our patients whether large, small, or exotic. 


We are proficient in many non-routine surgical procedures. Some surgical procedures we perform include skin mass removals, laceration repairs, hernia repairs, tail and dew claw removal, declawing, entropion repair, many orthopedic surgeries, abdominal exploratory surgery, and many others.


Emergency Care



Whether protecting a herd, flock, or your pet we have the vaccinations you need.


Dental Care

Unchecked dental disease can lead to loss of teeth, infected sinuses, or even heart disease.  Proper dental care can add time to your pets active life.


Radiography and ultrasonography can allow us to accurately and quickly diagnose heart disease, cancer, pancreatitis, bladder stones, and many other problems.


Farm and House Calls

This service is offered so that we can accommodate our large animal clients, clients with a large number of small animals, or clients that may not want to get their exotics out of their environment. 


In Hospital Testing

We are able to offer full bloodwork (as you would have done at your doctors office) in the hospital so that we can receive results for you in about 20 minutes.  Other laboratory tests we can perform while you wait include urinalysis; aspirates of a lump to better characterize a mass; slides from a drop of blood to look for anemia, infections, or blood parasites; fecal examinations for intestinal parasites; ear swabs to check for ear mites; skin scrapes to check for skin mites, and many other in hospital tests as well.