At Canyon View Animal Hospital we promise to offer your pet the highest quality of individualized, progressive health care. We promise to always listen to your concerns thoroughly and compassionately so that we may work in partnership with you to address your pet's health care needs. Our goal is to educate you to that together we can make the best decisions regarding your pet's health and well-being.
We provide the following services for dogs, cats, small birds, ferrets, rabbits and rodents:
We recommend every pet gets an annual wellness exam. Wellness exams give us the opportunity to evaluate your pet’s overall health and detect a problem before it turns into a serious illness! Depending your pet’s age and condition this may include bloodwork, a urinalysis, and radiographs. Dr. Bumpers or Dr. Heim will ask you a variety of questions during the exam, but make sure you mention if you’ve seen any unusual behavior from your pet recently.
We are very proud to have new digital x-ray equipment on-site! This digital x-ray allows us to take high quality radiographs quickly and with minimal stress for your pet. X-rays can help us quickly diagnosis many disorders.
We board cats, small dogs (under 50 pounds only), birds in their own cage, ferrets, rabbits and rodents. Please call for more information and pricing. Space fills up fast, especially over major holidays, so call early!
Full Range of Dental Services
Our dental services include ultrasonic teeth cleaning and high speed polishing, root planing, surgical tooth extractions, and oral surgery. Any dental procedure, even simple cleaning, must be performed under general anesthesia. This way we can safely and properly scale under the gum line and polish the teeth.
We offer a wide variety of surgical procedures including spay and neuter, orthopedic and soft tissue surgeries. We also work with several highly-skilled specialist surgeons who come in to Canyon View to perform more advanced procedures.
We utilize the safest available anesthetics to provide an extra margin of safety, especially for our older or high-risk patients. We use the most modern equipment including ECG, pulse oximetry and blood pressure. We monitor animals’ vital signs during all anesthetic procedures.