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We are a full service small animal hospital providing most common routine services. Lake View Veterinary Service has full in-house blood chemistry, x-ray, ultrasound, and also serves as a surgical referral center.
Dr. Bettin has a strong interest in surgery, especially orthopedics and neurosurgery and keeps as up to date as possible on new techniques and procedures.
He is now also offering spinal surgery for intervertebral disc disease and other spinal cord problems. We perform myelograms in-house and have access to CT imaging to provide accurate diagnosis for these complex diseases.
Dr. Bettin likes to work closely with referring veterinarians and will gladly provide a second opinion or offer any assistance that he can to his colleagues.
Canine spay and neuter surgery is now performed as an outpatient procedure, meaning dogs can go home the same day as surgery. All routine surgeries are closed with buried absorbable suture, so no stitches to take out or chew on!
|Canine spay less than 25 - 100 lbs||$145.00|
Feline spay and neuter surgery is now performed as an outpatient procedure, so cats can go home same day. Declaw surgery patients do need to stay overnight so bandages can be removed the next morning. All surgery is performed with buried absorbable suture, so there are no stitches to take out.
Vaccinations may be done at the time of surgeries. It is recommended that Distemper and Leukemia be given twice the first year and yearly after that. Rabies is given once the first year and boostered once a year later. After that rabies is only given every three years unless there is exposure of wild animals.