4327 Rifle Range Road Vicksburg, MS 39180 (601)636-2319

Laser Therapy

Woodland Animal Clinic now offers Companion Laser Therapy. Laser therapy is a surgery-free, drug-free, noninvasive treatment to reduce pain, reduce inflammation and to speed healing. Laser therapy uses a beam of light to deeply penetrate tissue without damaging it. The laser light is delivered through a noninvasive hand piece to treat the affected area. Your pet may feel a gentle and soothing warmth. Most treatments take a matter of minutes. Treatment protocols are unique to each patient and conditions. Therefore, treatments will vary in time, complexity, and cost.

Companion Client Video

Digital Radiography

Woodland Animal Clinic has recently added digital radiography to our hospital. We now have the benefit of capturing images of your pets much faster to reduce the possible exposure of radiation to both your beloved pet and veterinarian! Previously, overexposed images would have to be retaken, which would mean your pet would have to be exposed twice. Thanks to digital radiography, we now have the ability to “fix” these images with contrast rather than retakes. Also, our chemicals used to process our old images are no longer needed. Finally, we now have the ability to email your pet’s image to another specialist if needed, saving valuable time for your pet.

Ultrasound

Ultrasound technology is another diagnostic tool that Woodland Animal Clinic has added to help aid your pets. Our vets have received extended ultrasound technology, and the benefits are much greater than simply pregnancy detection. Ultrasound uses harmless sound waves without radiation to “look” inside your pet. This now allows to diagnose pancreatitis, liver disease, kidney disease, cardiac function and locate possible obstructions if your pet has bitten off more than they can chew much faster than before.

Preventative Medicine

Preventative medicine, including vaccinations, helps to provide a barrier for your pet from unwanted diseases. Physical examinations are a necessary component of preventative medicine to ensure your pet's health and also may detect early stages of disease.

Rabies vaccinations are required to help protect your pet and your family, and may only be administered by a licensed veterinarian.

Wellness Programs

During wellness examinations, our veterinarians investigate each body system to ensure your pet is in tip-top shape from nose to tail! Intestinal parasite and heartworm tests are provided, to ensure your pet remains parasite free. Some intestinal parasites are transmissible to humans. Therefore, intestinal parasite testing helps to keep your best friend and family safe from unwanted disease.

Consultation Services

Our veterinarians are available for consultation about nutrition, behavior, spaying and neutering, and senior wellness programs. Our senior patients require a little more special attention, as their needs change. Therefore, we provide senior wellness examinations, including bloodwork (CBC and serum chemistry) to check for heart, liver, kidney, and endocrine diseases.

Surgery and Dentistry

We know surgery can be stressful for both clients and patients. Our clinic has an in-house laboratory, which allows us to provide pre-anesthetic bloodwork prior to anesthesia. Our veterinarians will review your pet's medical history and perform a complete physical examination, prior to placing your pet under anesthesia. Your pet will be monitored closely during any procedure requiring anesthesia.

It is very important to maintain your pet's dental health. Dental disease, including periodontal disease may negatively affect the heart, lungs, and kidneys.

Diagnostic Medicine

Our in-house laboratory provides hematology, serum chemistry, urinalysis, cytology, and parasite testing. We also utilize commercial laboratories, which are specialized for diagnostic medicine and doctor consultations to provide our clients with the best results possible. During wellness examinations, your pet is fully evaluated from outside the body. However, sometimes it is necessary to see what is going on inside the body. Both bloodwork and diagnostic imaging provide valuable information on the internal health of your pet. Diagnostic imaging allows the veterinarian to determine changes, such as organ enlargement, intestinal disease, fractures, bladder stones, and certain spinal cord diseases.

Boarding and Grooming

We provide boarding, including day boarding for your convenience. Your pet may also enjoy a "spa day", including grooming and bathing.

Hours

Monday - Friday: 7:30am - 5:30pm
Saturday 7:30am - 11:30am
After Hours: Call 601-636-2319