A Lifetime of Health

We strive to provide a lifetime of care and health for your pet. From our first visit with a new pet parent, we arm you with the tools and knowledge to make you a confident and supported owner. Here at Good Shepherd Veterinary Hospital, we provide wellness exams, screening tests and diagnostics to dogs, cats, small mammals, birds, and other exotics.

Our new pet exams include spay and neuter consultation, information about parasite prevention, vaccinations and deworming medications, nutrition and behavior advice, tips for establishing rules and environments, and checks for overall health. For new puppies and kittens, we recommend scheduling a few visits 3-4 weeks apart so we can help you establish rapport with your dog or cat and ensure a smooth inclusion into your family lifestyle.

Types of Primary & Preventative Care

  • wellness exams
  • vaccinations
  • microchipping
  • screening tests
  • diagnostic tests
  • new pet counseling
  • health certificates for travel

Are you traveling with your pet?

Pets require special paperwork to travel, especially when flying or traveling internationally. Different countries have their own requirements when permitting animals to cross their borders. Dr. Miller is accredited through the USDA APHIS National Veterinary Accreditation Program (NVAP) to perform these required examinations and testing and to sign your pet’s health certificate for travel. It is very important that this paperwork be completed correctly and in a timely manner. If you know that you will be traveling with your pet soon, call Good Shepherd Veterinary Hospital right away to make an appointment for a health certificate!

For more information about USDA APHIS accredited veterinary work, see video to the right.


Make a vet appointment today

Schedule your next checkup with the veterinary team at the Good Shepherd Vet Hospital.

Tracking the Number of Cases of Lyme Disease in Our Area

March 14th, 2016|0 Comments

Current Advice on Parasite Control: Vector-Borne Diseases - Lyme Disease Last reviewed and edited June 2015 Synopsis CAPC Recommends Screening dogs for exposure to Borrelia burgdorferi due to rapid geographic expansion of endemic areas. In areas where [...]

In the Exam Room: Preventive Care Visits

February 8th, 2016|0 Comments

We can't ask our pets if they're feeling okay, so how do we know if something is wrong with them? Dr. Shelly Rubin explains some signs to look for and when it's necessary to take [...]

Microchips: Your Best Bet to Get Back a Lost Pet

February 8th, 2016|0 Comments

Microchips are your best bet to get back a lost pet. Ask your veterinarian about microchips today!

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