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Seresto Collar

Protection against fleas and ticks for eight months. With it's innovative delivery system, Seresto offers a breakthrough in flea and tick protection for dogs and cats for eight months.

  • No need to remember monthly applications
  • Continuous supply of active ingredients released in low concentrations ensures reliable 8-month protection
  • Non-greasy, odorless, easy-to-use
  • KILLS fleas
  • REPELS and KILLS ticks- if a tick is repelled, it cannot attach to your dog or cat and transmit organisms that may cause disease
  • Water-resistant- no need to remove the collar before swimming/bathing
  • Available in three sizes- Large dog, Small dog, or Cat

Visit www.serestopet.com for more information

 


Digital X-Ray

At Laurel Hill Veterinary Service, Inc. we use digital radiography. With this form of x-ray imaging, digital x-ray sensors are used instead of traditional photographic film. There are many advantages with digital x-ray like time effiency, less radiation, the ability to e-mail images for consultation and the ability to apply special image processing techniques that enhance the overall display of the image.

NexGard Chewables

NexGard is a monthly chewable beef-flavored tablet for dogs that kills fleas and ticks.

  • Kills fleas
  • Kills ticks
  • Easy to give
  • It won't wash off
  • It stays strong ALL month long 

Electronic Coggins (EIA)

We use GlobalVetLink system to create your equine's coggins (EIA) certificate online. On the farm the veterinarian will take several pictures of equine, which will be uploaded to their EIA certificate. Your certificates are securely stored and readily accessed through your MyVetLink.com account.

CAE Testing

Caprine Arthritis and Encephalitis (CAE) is a retroviral infection of goats which may lead to chronic disease of the joints and in rare occasions (in goat kids less than six months of age) encephalitis (an infection in the brain). CAE is a widespread condition of goats across the world. The virus is directly connected to the production of white blood cells, so any body secretions which contain these cells are potential sources of infection for other members of the herd. Because there is no cure for CAE, it is best to avoid it all together by use of proper herd testing and culling.

  • We use the cELISA test (Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay). This test is generally recognized as the most reliable test available.
  • The test requires 0.5 ml to 1 ml of serum (2-3 ml of whole blood using a red top tube)
  • Samples do not need to be sent with an ice pack
  • Results can be e-mailed, faxed and phoned
  • Can be run in conjunction with pregnancy testing
  • Cost is $4.50 per sample

BioPRYN Goat and Sheep Pregnancy Testing

BioPRYN is the proven leader in blood based pregnancy testing with more than 30 years of research. It provides flexibility in scheduling pregnancy testing dates. It gives accurate results as early as 30 days post-breeding. The BioPRYN test identifies non-pregnant animals with 99% confidence and indentified pregnant animals with 95% confidence.

  • The test requires 0.5 ml to 1 ml of serum (2-3 ml of whole blood in a red top tube)
  • Sample do not need to be sent with an ice pack
  • Results can be e-mailed, faxed and phoned.
  • Can be run in conjunction with CAE testing
  • Cost is $6.50
 
 

Digital Dental X-Ray

Dental x-rays are very important tools available to veterinary dentists. These x-rays allow the close examination of the internal anatomy of the teeth, the roots and the bone surrounding the teeth for potential disease that may be occuring under the gum line. This will help determine the true health of a tooth. During a dental procedure your pet's entire mouth will be mapped out and evaluated using dental probes and dental x-rays. The information will help with decisions regarding the best dental care for your pet's teeth.