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Comprehensive Wellness Care

     A regular physical examination is just as important for your pet as it is for you. Our veterinarians recommend a complete physical examination for your pet at least once a year until age seven and then twice a year after age seven. Routine examinations give the veterinarian an opportunity to develop a picture of your pet's overall health. 

     Examinations are also essential in spotting problems before they become serious health issues. During an exam, your veterinarian may also talk to you about home health care for your pet. An examination is also a good time for your pet to get up-to-date on his or her vaccinations.

     At Concord Chapel Animal Hospital, your pet receives a Comprehensive Wellness Examination by a veterinarian in order to evaluate his/her overall health.

We perform a complete examination. 

     During this examination, we check the eyes and ears and also palpate muscles and bones, checking for abnormalities and testing for reflexes and areas for pain. We listen to the heart and take a pulse in one of the hind legs. 

     We also listen to the lungs for any abnormal sounds or breathing irregularities. Any abnormality is discussed with you and noted in your pets medical record.      

     Abdominal organs such as kidneys, liver, and intestines are also palpated, checking for irregularities, lumps and areas of pain. 

     Any one of these could indicate a problem although some problems cannot be determined by a physical examination.

Sick Visits

If your furry friend becomes ill, we will be there to help!

From ear infections to vomiting and diarrhea and everything in between, we are eager to get your pet feeling well as quickly as possible. Give us a call if you ever notice something abnormal about your pet and we will get them on the road to purring or tail wagging again in no time.

Pet Behavior Concerns

Pets deserve a real world and fair approach to training. It is our responsibility to help them become proud and reliable citizens. It's easier to avoid a potential behavior problem than to correct it, however, some pet behavior problems can be corrected. We can provide education, training recommendations, and services to help remedy a variety of behavioral concerns.



Dog Behavior Concerns



• Often, problem behaviors can be treated simultaneously

• Evaluations / Behavior Assessments

• Specializing in resolving difficulties

• Pre Purchase - Pre Adoption Counseling

• Introducing Dog and Baby 

• Dog to new home

Quality of Life counseling

• Aggression

• Separation Anxiety and

• Phobias

• Past history of abuse/trauma


Cat Behavior Concerns

• Improper elimination; urinating and/or defecating outside the box.

• Spraying

• Aggression

• Clawing

• Yowling

• Compulsive Disorders

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