CHASE is a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing awareness of and providing support for, animal welfare initiatives. CHASE is committed to making a positive impact on communities by reducing the overpopulation of cats and dogs and decreasing animal suffering through compassionate care.
We are committed to providing prescription medications that are safe and effective, as well as competitively priced. Save time and money by having your pet’s medication shipped right to your door!
Does your pet have a stinky breath? Pet dental health is just as important as it is in humans. Dental disease can lead to damage to your pet’s kidneys, heart, and liver.
Imaging can be a critical tool in diagnosing a problem for a pet. While x-rays can give us some information, an ultrasound allows your doctor to see the structure of internal organs.
If your pet gets sick and needs to be hospitalized, Caring Hands Animal Hospital is able to provide care that allows you to focus on your pets recovery.
Surgery can be a daunting thought when your beloved pet is involved, but at Caring Hands Animal Hospital, we provide an open atmosphere that makes both you and your pet comfortable.
We are here for you throughout all of the stages in your pet’s life. From puppy or kittenhood to the senior stages, we provide care that is personalized to you and your pet’s lifestyle.
Our goal is to provide the best veterinary medicine to our patients through excellence in preventive medicine and surgery and to care for our patients as if they were our own pets.
What sets us apart?
We value the importance of the human-animal bond and realize the depth of emotions that are a part of this bond. At Caring Hands Animal Hospital you may stay with your pet during all aspects of the office visit and medical treatments. If your pet is hospitalized you are always welcome to visit during hospital hours. If your pet needs to be taken to the treatment room during an appointment, you may come right along with them!
In this ever-evolving world of human and animal medicine, we are constantly trying to improve health and wellbeing for ourselves and our pets. In the early 1990s, a thought that grain and more often corn