If you are worried that your pet is sick or injured, Coldwater Animal Hospital will examine your pet and provide the best diagnostic care possible.
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Pet Dental Services
Dental hygiene is often overlooked in pets. Over half of the pets that we see have notable dental disease. Taking care of your animal’s teeth helps keep them healthy and prevents future pain or disease.
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Veterinary Pet Surgery
Surgery can be a stressful and scary experience for both you and your pet. The veterinarians at Coldwater Animal Hospital are dedicated to making sure your pet has a successful surgery that is as stress-free as possible.
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Dr. Klovstad joined our team in July of 2018. Since graduating vet school he continued his education in surgery for 5 years and has extensive experience with many surgical procedures. Dr. Klovstad is an experienced professional that is dedicated to offering the best surgical outcomes our team can provide. With the addition of Dr. Klovstad the team at CAH can now offer more advanced surgical procedures. Specialized soft tissue surgeries and orthopedic surgeries are now available to meet our patients’ needs.
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Puppy & Kitten Care
Adopting a puppy or kitten is a lot of work, and our team at Coldwater Animal Hospital wants to ensure we help you provide the best care for your new furry friend. Getting a new puppy or kitten requires a lot of special care and it is a time of important developmental growth for your pet.
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Senior Pet Care
Like us, our pets age and need extra care in their elderly years. Coldwater Animal Hospital is experienced with senior pets, and we know how to make them feel comfortable in their later years in life.
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For pets healing from injury, recovering from surgery, or living with chronic pain, our complementary services can accelerate treatment and greatly increase your pet's quality of life. Just as humans benefit from physical therapy following injury or surgery, the proper complementary care can help your pet regain mobility, increase strength, and decrease pain. If your pet is living with pain, ask your veterinarian if any of our complementary services could benefit your pet. Many pet owners observe a great difference in their pet's health and attitude after just one or two treatments!
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Seeing your pet in pain is something that no pet owner wants. Our veterinarians are compassionate and understanding, and we want to make sure that your pet experiences as little pain and discomfort as possible through acute and chronic pain management.
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One of the biggest reasons pet owners give up on their animals or treat them harshly is behavioral issues. Treating behavior problems can not only reduce your pet's stress levels during routine examinations and interactions, it can enhance your relationship with them and prevent further damage.
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