Diet plays a key role in cat and dog health. That’s why our team is proud to offer quality nutritional advice based on the latest feline and canine nutrition research.
Deworming is a must for keeping your pet healthy. Intestinal worms can make them very sick and cause a number of digestive problems. At Hôpital Vétérinaire Roussillon, we advise all our clients to have their pets dewormed.
Vaccination for Dogs and Puppies
It’s very important to vaccinate your dog after bringing them home, since puppies have fragile immune systems and often pick up a lot of germs.
Vaccination for Cats and Kittens
It’s wonderful to have a cat to cuddle and play with but taking care of another living being is a big responsibility. To stay healthy, your cat needs regular shots to protect them from potentially fatal infectious diseases. Here’s the vaccination schedule to follow.
Arthritis is a degenerative disease that causes joint pain. At Hôpital Vétérinaire Roussillon, we offer treatments to slow the progress of the disease and reduce symptoms so pets with arthritis have a better quality of life.
Heartworms, also known as Dirofilaria immitis, are parasites found in the pulmonary arteries and heart chambers. Infection poses a serious threat to pets. Dirofilariasis is the disease caused by heartworms. Fortunately, it can be detected with a simple blood test. We recommend that our clients have their pets tested every...
Spaying and Neutering
Spaying and neutering are routine surgical procedures performed by our veterinary team. General anesthesia is required, and the procedure is generally performed using a surgical laser to reduce pain and speed up recovery.
Just like humans, dogs and cats can also develop plaque. To learn more about the most common oral health problems in pet and how to prevent/treat them, keep reading this page or get in touch with our team.
We offer specialized care for our aging patients so your pet can be a part of your life for as long as possible. This care focuses on prevention and relieving the aches and pains older animals experience.
Ultrasounds and X-rays
Ultrasounds and X-rays give our veterinarians more information about your pet’s health. They’re usually used for diagnostic purposes.