At Winchester Pet Care, you can trust that your pets are in great hands. Our compassionate, skillful veterinary staff are here to help when you need us most. We look forward to seeing you soon!
At Winchester Pet Care, we’ll work with you for as long as it takes to find the best solution for your pet. Two of the options we carry for allergies in dogs are Apoquel and Cytopoint.
Our year-round boarding services include day boarding and a special cat room with a view.
Our veterinarians continue to evolve our dental standards through regular discussions with veterinary dentists to ensure we remain at the forefront of veterinary dental practices.
Pet Digital Radiology
Winchester Pet Care has a full-service digital radiography laboratory and radiology consultation services if your pet needs an x-ray as part of their diagnostic workup.
Pet Parasite Prevention
Parasite prevention is an important part of every pet’s wellness regimen. Without it, flea or tick exposure could affect their health, happiness, and even your family’s health.
Pet Health Certificates
Our veterinarians will issue pet health certificates that enable your pet to travel with you safely.
Pet Laser Therapy
Winchester Pet Care is proud to introduce laser therapy for your pets. Its beneficial uses include alleviating chronic pain, accelerating healing and rehabilitation, plus much, much more!
If your pet is lost and found, any pet clinic or shelter can use a microchip scanner to find essential information about your pet. You will be contacted as soon as possible and reunited with your pet.
PennHIP is a technique used to measure hip laxity and to help predict the possible development of hip dysplasia in dogs.
Pet Prescription Diet/Nutrition
At Winchester Pet Care, we carry prescription diets to keep your pets feeling their best.
A complete “nose-to-tail” physical examination will be performed during your puppy or kitten’s exam. We’ll look for any symptoms of illness and make sure your new pet is healthy.
Senior Pet Care
Many ailments that affect aging humans can also plague our pets. While some age-related diseases may not be preventable, early detection and intervention are the keys to successful management.
Spaying or neutering at one year of age is commonly recommended by our veterinarians to avoid unplanned pregnancies and lower the risk of other health concerns.