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Veterinary Services

At Community Animal Hospital, you can trust that your pets are in great hands. Our compassionate, skillful staff is here to help when you need us most.

Veterinary Services in Pocatello, ID

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Pet Dentistry

Dental or periodontal disease is one of the most common diseases affecting our companion animals. It can cause signs ranging from bad breath to infection, inflammation, difficulty eating, and severe pain. At Community Animal Hospital, we believe that top-notch dental care is an important part of your pet’s long-term health.

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Pet Boarding

At Community Animal Hospital, we understand how important your pet is. We offer full-service boarding for dogs, cats, and small mammals at our facility. Our cat ward has been recently updated with luxurious condo-style kennels to give your feline friend a better stay.

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Canine Reproduction

Dr. Shelley offers comprehensive reproductive services for animals. With extensive expertise in animal reproductive health, Dr. Shelley provides services including fertility evaluations, artificial insemination, pregnancy diagnosis, c-sections and neonatal care. She specializes in advanced reproductive techniques such as embryo transfer and semen freezing, ensuring optimal breeding outcomes. Dr. Shelley is dedicated to supporting both routine and complex reproductive needs, with personalized care to enhance the health and productivity of your animals.

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Pet Internal Medicine

The Community Animal Hospital team is experienced in treating a wide variety of disorders–ranging from immune-mediated blood disorders, kidney failure, diabetes mellitus, Addison’s disease, Cushing’s disease, hypoparathyroidism, and Fanconi’s syndrome to name a few.

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Pet Laboratory Services

Our hospital has a fully equipped laboratory to quickly meet most routine and emergency needs. We routinely perform the following in-house tests: Complete Blood Cell Counts, Blood Chemistry, Electrolytes/Blood Gas, Urinalysis, Fecal testing, Heartworm testing, Feline Leukemia/AIDs testing, Parvo testing, & Vaginal Cytology.

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Pet Radiology

To aid in diagnosing your pet we employ a radiology (x-ray) machine. We are able to image most areas of your pet’s body, and can also perform contrast studies if more advanced imaging techniques are necessary. Most radiographs are interpreted by one of our veterinarians.

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Pet Surgery

A wide variety of surgeries are performed by the doctors of Community Animal Hospital, ranging from routine spays and neuters to more complicated soft tissue and orthopedic procedures. Should your pet require it, we have an excellent relationship with the board-certified surgeons at WestVet in Boise, ID.

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Pet Laser Therapy

Community Animal Hospital is now home to a brand new Companion Animal Therapy Laser! These Class IV lasers use state-of-the-art technology to provide your pet needed relief from pain for a variety of disorders. It also speeds the healing process, so your pet can get feeling better quicker!

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Pet End-Of-Life Care

We at Community Animal Hospital realize that your pet is more than just an animal: he/she is a vital and important part of the family. When you lose your most beloved companion, it brings out feelings that can be very difficult to deal with. The unique and lasting bond between you and your pet deserves very special treatment.

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Pet Wellness Care

At Community Animal Hospital, we believe annual wellness care is imperative to keeping your pet happy and healthy! Your pet’s health is important and preventive care is necessary. We recommend wellness exams, keeping your pets on a vaccination schedule, and working with us on all facets of wellness care.

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Pet Ultrasound

An ultrasound is a non-invasive diagnostic tool used by veterinarians to examine the internal organs of animals. This procedure uses high-frequency sound waves to create real-time images of the pet’s organs, allowing for accurate diagnosis and monitoring of various health conditions.

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Pet Acupuncture

Veterinary acupuncture is a holistic treatment method rooted in ancient Chinese medicine, now supported by modern veterinary science. Discover the healing benefits of veterinary acupuncture with Dr. Shelley. Dr. Shelley offers personalized acupuncture treatments designed to enhance your pet’s health and well-being. Whether addressing chronic pain, arthritis, or stress-related conditions, Dr. Shelley’s gentle and expert approach ensures a comfortable experience for your furry friend. Experience the natural and effective relief that veterinary acupuncture can provide. Schedule a consultation today to see how Dr. Shelley can help your pet lead a happier, healthier life.

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Pet OFA Certification

Community Animal Hospital is OFA (Orthopedic Foundation for Animals) Certified. This is a program that evaluates the orthopedic health of animals, focusing on their hips, elbows, and other joints. This helps prevent genetic joint disorders while promoting the overall health of pets.

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