Aurora veterinarian

DentalEvery pet that sees a veterinarian at our Veterinary Clinic  serving Aurora area will receive a comprehensive physical exam. The physical exam is the first step and will often provide clues about what is wrong with your pet.

A typical comprehensive physical exam includes:

  • Weight and temperature
  • Listen to the heart for arrhythmia or murmu
  • Listen to the lungs for congestion, fluid buildup or wheezing
  • Palpation (feeling) of the abdomen for pain, tumors, abnormal organ size/shape
  • Assessment of mental state – is the pet alert or confused/disoriented
  • Assessment of vision
  • Watching pet walk – is there any limping, paralysis or unsteady gait
  • Palpation (feeling) of lymph nodes for pain or swelling
  • Assessment of skin from nose to tail

Once the physical exam is complete, the veterinarian will discuss any abnormal findings with you. If it is required Dr. Sergiy Dariy then will recommend additional testing and a treatment plan.

We are proud to offer our clients from Aurora veterinary services to help with:

  • Skin (Dermatology) problems
  • Dental cleaning and teeth extractions
  • Allergy testing and treatment
  • Gastrointestinal problems
  • Spay and Neuter
  • Infection
  • Ear problems
  • Eye problems
  • Microchipping
  • Breeding and reproduction
  • Arthritis and limping conditions
  • Urinary and kidney problems

Surgery and Anesthesia for Aurora vet patients :

surgery1Our Animal Hospital is a full-service animal clinic serving Aurora area. Our experienced veterinarian is also ready and prepared to perform emergency surgery if your pet needs it. Common emergency surgeries we perform include intestinal or stomach surgery to remove blockages, abdominal exploratory to find and stop internal bleeding, bladder surgery to remove stones, Caesarean section, eye surgeries and bloat (GDV) surgery.

All open abdominal surgeries are performed in a dedicated, sterile surgery room. Our veterinarian always wears sterile masks, gowns and gloves and use sterile instruments while performing surgery on your pet. These steps help limit your pet’s exposure to harmful bacteria that may cause infection.

All patients undergoing surgery at Weldrick Animal Hospital receive state of the art anesthesia and nursing care. A dedicated, surgical nurse monitors your pet’s vital signs before, during and after anesthesia to help make the surgery as safe as possible for your pet. These vital signs include heart rate, blood pressure, respirations, temperature, amount of oxygen in the blood (SPO2) and amount of carbon dioxide in exhaled air.

If your pet does need emergency surgery, we will discuss the procedure, potential complications, post-op care and expected recovery time with you. We will keep you informed every step of the way.

Radiographs (X-Rays) And Ultrasound in Aurora

photo-veterinary-diagnosticsWeldrick Animal Hospital utilizes a modern, digital system for taking x-rays of your pet. The digital system means x-rays are available for viewing by the veterinarian immediately.

Our experienced veterinarian will discuss any abnormal findings with you and recommend next steps. In some cases, our veterinarian may recommend radiologist review of your pet’s x-rays. Radiologist review of x-rays usually will occur within the hour so treatment of your pet is not delayed.

If a full, detailed ultrasound of your pet’s abdomen or chest is recommended, we may recommend calling in a specialist to perform this detailed exam.

Diagnostic Testing for Aurora client

In case your pet has an emergency, diagnostic test results are needed immediately so appropriate treatment can begin. Therefore, Weldrick Animal Hospital serving client from Aurora have in-house diagnostic testing to provide prompt results. Our in-house diagnostic laboratory testing capabilities include:

  • Blood work including complete organ function tests (chemistry)
  • Urinalysis
  • Fecal analysis for intestinal parasites
  • Heartworm testing
  • Feline leukemia testing
  • Parvo testing
  • Blood pressure
  • EKG or ECG (Electrocardiogram)

In-House Pharmacy

pharmacyOur hospital has fully stocked pharmacies. If your pet is too ill to take oral medications, we have completely stocked pharmacy of injectable medications. We also carry a wide variety of oral medications to help your furry friend feel better quickly. If we do not stock a particular medication or if you request, we will provide a written prescription to obtain the medication from a pharmacy.

Medications we carry include:

  • Pain medications and NSAIDS
  • Antibiotics
  • Heart medications
  • Anti-seizure medications
  • Anti-venom
  • Liver protectants
  • Anti-nausea and anti-diarrheal medications
  • IV fluids
  • And many more

You are from Aurora and have more questions about our vet services please don’t hesitate to contact us at 905 237 7387.

We are more than happy to help you with you beloved pets.