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We are equipped with the latest in digital radiography, dental radiography and ultrasound.  We also have Dr. Holland available for ultrasound and echocardiograms on the first Friday and Saturday of each month.  Dr. Holland teaches radiology at Auburn's College of Veterinary Medicine and is board certified in radiology.


We have fully integrated Idexx laboratories on-site.  Our labs run state of the art equipment by personnel certified on Idexx equipment.  Turn around time for most labwork is approximately 30 minutes.  This is a great benefit when your pet is sick and needs a diagnosis quickly.  It is also great for wellness and pre-surgical labwork.  We highly recommend labwork prior to any procedure as it give our doctors knowledge of internal organ function.


Treat your pet to a spa day at any of our locations.  We have four experienced professional groomers.  Our grooms include full service haircuts, bathing, blow drying, ears and nails.  Please plan to take 10 minutes on your first visit to meet with our groomer to tell them exactly what you want.  Also, please call ahead to discuss with the staff any fears or anxiety your pet may have with grooming.  Our fear free certified team will help make your pet as comfortable as possible.


We recommend twice yearly wellness visits for adult pets.  This is the perfect opportunity for you to discuss any questions regarding your pets medical needs, nutrition or behavioral issues.  The veterinarian will examine your pet and discuss vaccinations and parasite prevention.  We recommend starting wellness visits at six weeks of age for cats and dogs.  Please call ahead to discuss fear free approaches if your pet has anxiety during veterinary visits.  Our team is fear free certified.


We offer a wide range of surgical procedures from spays, neuters to extensive soft tissue procedures. Elective surgeries for your pet can be scheduled through our receptionists Monday through Friday.


If you pet is having surgery with us please remember that they cannot have any food or water after 10 p.m. the night before their surgery. This is to prevent potential aspiration of fluids/food if your pet regurgitates while under anesthesia. Surgery check-in appointments are done in our clinic the morning of your pet’s surgery. Please plan to be at the clinic between 7-8 a.m. and will be spending around 15 minutes with one of our technician’s discussing your pet's surgery and some optional procedures that can be done, like pre-anesthetic blood work.  


Procedures are performed in our surgery suite with a heated surgical table.  During your pet's procedure, a pulse oximeter and EKG monitor are used to monitor your pet's heart rate, blood pressure, respiratory rate, temperature, and blood oxygen level.  One of our technicians watches over your pet during and after the procedure.

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Each pet's dental needs are unique.  Schedule a courtesy dental exam to have their teeth and gums evaluated by our doctors.  The doctor can make recommendations based on your pets needs.  Signs that your pet may have dental disease include: loss of appetite, bad breath, loose or broken teeth, resists when you touch the mouth, drooling or dropping food.  Good dental care works and gives results that you can see and even smell.

Laser Therapy

Laser Therapy is the use of specific wavelengths of light (red and near-infrared) to stimulate the body's natural ability to heal.  The effects of laser energy include improved healing time,​ pain reduction, increased circulation and decreased swelling.  Laser Therapy can be used for many inflammatory conditions.  

Stem Cell Therapy

Stem cell therapy takes the pet's own fat cells to derive stem cells.  These cells are then injected into the pet's joints.  Stem cells are attracted to damaged tissue and adhere to these areas within the joint to repair and rebuild.   Our stem cell lab is located at our Schillinger Road location.


Rehm Animal Clinic can accommodate canines, felines, ferrets, rabbits and birds for overnight stays.  All of our guests stay in a climate controlled environment.  They are cared for by our friendly kennel staff.  Dogs are taken outside to our play yard three times a day.  Cats have their space cleaned twice daily.  


Your pet is fed according to your instructions in the morning and evening (or your requested times).  We offer the highest quality Hill's Healthy Advantage to eat.  If your pet has a special diet, please bring it with you.  


We are happy to administer your pets daily medications for a small additional fee.  Diabetic borders have a special form that we request you fill out to inform us of your monitoring and dosing schedules.  Please bring diabetic supplies with your pet, additional fees apply if we provide the diabetic supplies. 


We require that your pet be up to date on vaccinations administered by a licensed veterinarian.  For cats, we require Rabies, FVRCP (also called HCP) and bordetella.  Dogs are required to have Rabies, DAPP, Canine Influenza and bordetella.  


We are proud to have an AAHA (American Animal Hospital Association) certified facility for your pet to stay.  You can be assured that our facility is kept up to date and has passed the test on AAHA's 900 standards.


While we do take drop-in guests, please make a reservation to ensure that we have room for your pet.

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