The Pet Medical Center is a full-service hospital. We offer state of the art diagnostic and monitoring equipment. Our focus is on preventative care. We hope to prevent illness and work toward a healthier and longer life for all pets.
We offer all the necessary yearly and bi-yearly vaccinations, along with heartworm and feline FIV and FeLv testing in house. We encourage complete physical exams and parasite screening every 6 months to maintain optimal health.
We are now offering the Canine Influenza Vaccine. The vaccine is NOT REQUIRED. To be effective your pet will have to receive 2 vaccines 30 days apart. The cost of each vaccine is $49.00.
Canine Influenza is an emerging disease and very few pets have been exposed to it. Because of this there is no natural immunity to the disease. The Vaccine is designed to help reduce the length and severity of symptoms of the disease. There is no guarantee that your pet will not come down with the disease.
Our surgical suite offers the highest quality of gas anesthetic (sevoflurane) and monitoring equipment. All surgical patients are first screened with pre-anesthetic blood work and a complete physical exam. I.V. catheters are placed for safety reasons so patients can receive fluids during the procedure. ECG, blood pressure, temperature, and pulse ox are monitored while the patient is under anesthesia.
We specialize in most soft tissue surgery; spay, neuter, bladder surgery, tumor removal, and dental cleanings to name a few.
Pet Medical Center understands that losing a pet is very difficult for the entire family, and the importance of saying goodbye in the comfort of home. Although this is never an easy decision, we want to help ease this process for the family as much as possible and be there with you every step of the way. For your families convenience, we are now offering at home euthanasia. With the at home euthanasia service, we will come to your house and perform the procedure and take care of your pet remains. We usually need 3 hours notice, and the services are offered Monday-Friday from 8am-6pm.Learn More
All special pets are welcome at The Pet Medical Center of Clear Lake. Dr. Adams has cared for hamsters, guinea pigs, gerbils, ferrets, rabbits, rats, mice and more, and welcomes all exotic pets. Dr. Adams also sees reptile pets, including snakes, and has treated multiple avian patients; she will care for your feathered friends.Learn More