Full-Service Veterinary Care
Case Veterinary Hospital is a full-service veterinary hospital servicing the Savannah, GA area. We offer a complete range of veterinary services!
Wellness and Vaccination Programs
Immunization and Wellness Care
Case Veterinary Hospital’s immunization and wellness care plan strives to prevent illness whenever possible. The time and effort invested in wellness programs have rewards for both pets and owners in Savannah, GA. Our Wellness programs are designed specifically for your pet and include:
- Comprehensive physical exam
- Internal parasite testing
- Heartworm and flea control
- A customized vaccine protocol
- Spay and neuter packages
- Dental cleanings
- Diet recommendations
- Specialized blood tests for all life stages
We also feel that every pet in Savannah needs to be on heartworm prevention and monthly flea control.
To alleviate vaccines that may not be needed for your pet, the veterinarian at our animal hospital tailors each pet’s vaccination schedule based on their lifestyle and the latest recommendations made by the AVMA and AAHA. We will determine your pet’s vaccine requirements based on your answers to a survey filled out by you at the time of your wellness visit.
Radiology — or X-rays — helps our veterinarians evaluate musculoskeletal, cardiovascular (cardiopulmonary), gastrointestinal, reproductive, and urinary systems. We use digital X-rays that provide the latest in imaging. These images can also be sent (via the internet) to board-certified radiologists for consultation if necessary.
Senior dogs and cats are those that have reached the age at which the diseases associated with aging are likely to begin. The exact age at which this occurs varies with the individual pet and within the various breeds. For this reason, we recommend following a senior wellness program for your older, furry family member. This includes physical exams a minimum of twice yearly, blood and urine screening tests, and EKGs. At our animal clinic, we also recommend special diets or nutritional supplements depending on your pet’s lifestyle.
Ideally, caring for your senior pet should focus on preventative measures. Whenever possible, it is better to prevent a problem from occurring than to wait for a problem to develop. Detecting disease in the early stages greatly improves the outcome.
Many dogs and cats are susceptible to dental problems. As part of normal grooming care, you can quickly and easily inspect the teeth for signs of tartar accumulation. Clinical dental examinations by a Case Veterinary Hospital professional during wellness check-ups are vital.
Periodontal disease is the most common dental condition in dogs and cats — by the time your pet is 3 years old, he or she will very likely have some early evidence of periodontal disease, which will worsen as your pet grows older if effective preventive measures aren’t taken. Early detection and treatment are critical because advanced periodontal disease can cause severe problems and pain for your pet. Periodontal disease doesn’t just affect your pet’s mouth. Other health problems found in association with periodontal disease include kidney, liver, and heart muscle changes.
At Case Veterinary Hospital, we pride ourselves on providing exemplary dental care. Our cutting-edge dental techniques and anesthetic protocols ensure each pet has a fear-free, stress-free experience before, during, and after their dental procedure. Unlike many other hospitals, we always perform comprehensive dental radiographs (X-rays) to determine a tooth’s health below the gum line and administer local anesthetic blocks, much like a human dentist, when extractions are indicated.
Feel free to contact us for more information or if you would like to schedule an appointment for your pet’s procedure.
Case Veterinary Hospital offers cutting-edge diagnostics, including ultrasounds and echocardiograms (ultrasound of the heart) with review by board-certified radiologists and cardiologists. We also take referrals for ultrasounds and echocardiograms from Savannah area veterinarians.
We offer the most advanced surgical techniques and technology at our veterinary hospital. All patients receive a full physical exam for safety, and anesthetics are specifically tailored to your pet. Pet surgical services and facilities include:
- Fully trained veterinary and technical staff to ensure the safest, most efficient, state-of-the-art procedures for your pet
- Heated surgery tables for greater comfort
- Advanced sterilization techniques
- ECG, blood pressure, and oxygen saturation monitors
- Intensive after-surgery care and preanesthetic blood screening
Lasers are a minimally invasive alternative to traditional surgery. Lasers replace scalpels in many procedures and are useful for a wide range of conditions, from routine spays to tumor removals. Laser procedures result in less pain, less bleeding, and less swelling. They reduce the risk of infection and result in less post-operative discomfort. We use the laser for ALL our routine animal surgeries (spay, neuter, declaw) and most other pet surgical procedures.
Alternative and Complementary Therapy
How does laser therapy work? The laser beam stimulates the cells and tissue to be healthy. It also reduces inflammation so that healing can begin. By reducing inflammation, this laser is also a great tool for minimizing the pain of many chronic conditions, like arthritis.
Services We Offer:
- Dog Grooming
- Sanitary and Paw Pad Trim
- Hydro-surge Baths
- De-shedding Program/Carding
More info can be found on our Grooming page.
Our bath process has a four-hour turn-around time from the appointment time scheduled. Your pet will have a hydro-surge massage bath, be hand dried, brushed out, ears cleaned, and toenails clipped.
More information can be found in the Bathing section of our dedicated Grooming page.
Receive Pet Care from Home
Case Veterinary Hospital is now offering remote healthcare services. You can easily send an email request to us at email@example.com OR call us at 912-352-3081 to schedule a consultation whenever your pet is sick or injured. Our team will schedule your consultation with one of our Veterinarians and email or text you a link to connect through Zoom. Talk with us face to face through a video conference call to help get your pet feeling better again. We look forward to talking with you soon!
- Please be sure to have the free Zoom app downloaded to your smart device prior to your appointment time. We also ask that you be sure to have a good internet connection secured and also be sure your pet is with you.
- All pets must be current patients at Case Veterinary Hospital (physical exam current within one year) in order to participate in a telemedicine consultation.
- Not all requests for consultations may be medically appropriate for telemedicine and may result in the need for an in-hospital physical examination with our veterinarian.
Some pets require special food, and all pets benefit from a balanced diet. Our trained and certified staff is available to help you choose the right diet for your pet to keep him or her happy, healthy, and active. Also, our veterinarians can help your pet safely achieve their optimal body weight through weight reduction diets.
Our goal is to provide a safe, clean environment for your pet for short intervals while you are away. This is not a “home environment” for your pet, but we strive to make it a healthy one. We are proud to be a member of the American Animal Hospital Association and have passed their stringent requirements. All animals are placed in separate cages, on plastic grates, and are fed Science Diet food while here. Your pet’s quarters are monitored by several full-time kennel personnel, and a veterinarian or a technician gives each pet a physical exam at the beginning of each visit. Our boarding is totally indoors and climate-controlled. All dogs are rotated two to three times a day into our indoor runs where they can have a chance to get a little exercise and use the bathroom. Cats are boarded in a separate room to give them a bit more privacy from the dogs.
More info can be found on our Boarding page.
Microchips have helped reunite thousands of pets with their families. We offer the most widely used microchip products to increase the chances of a safe recovery. For your pet’s comfort, a perfect time to place a microchip is when your pet is undergoing a procedure that involves anesthesia.
How Microchipping Works
Microchipping your pet is a simple procedure. Our veterinarians inject a microchip beneath the surface of your pet’s skin between the shoulder blades. The implanted microchip is a permanent pet ID that will last the life of your pet. The microchip is read on a universal scanner. When the scanner connects with the chip, your pet’s personal ID code will appear.
Our team will submit your pet’s paperwork once the microchip is implanted. Your pet’s microchip ID code will be registered with the HomeAgain database and our hospital’s database. You will receive one year of additional services for your pet with the enrollment. You can continue the additional services for a small yearly fee. However, your chip will always stay active. Click here to be directed to the HomeAgain website for a full list of additional services.
Lost Dogs Found!
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Veterinary patients need pain management because they feel pain and discomfort under the same circumstances as people do. We know that recognizing and alleviating pain in animals is the essence of good patient care. Our pet surgery patients receive pain medication to ensure optimal comfort before and after surgery. We also have several medications to control the pain and inflammation of arthritis effectively. Please let our veterinarians know if your pet is experiencing any of the following symptoms:
- Reluctance to climb stairs
- Difficulty jumping into a vehicle
- Stiffness after strenuous exercise or after the rest period following exercise
- Difficulty rising, sitting, or squatting to defecate or urinate
- Loss of appetite
- Changes in behavior
Videos of our Services
Watch Case Veterinary Hospital ultrasound and laser therapy videos below!