Comprehensive, Thorough Veterinary Services

Dr. Michelle Rose is a gentle, thorough veterinarian who can help keep your canine or feline companion healthy and fit. Whether you want to create a great nutritional plan for your new puppy, or your ten-year-old tabby has been moving a little slower lately, Dr. Rose is ready to assist. Spaying, neutering, dog and cat vaccinations and even tooth brushing, Dr. Rose performs all of these general veterinary services, and more.

If your dog or cat is ill or in pain, Dr. Rose can diagnose and treat common problems like kidney disease, urinary tract infections, arthritis and incontinence. If your pet gets injured, Dr. Rose can suture a wound and set a broken bone. Because she is certified in canine rehabilitation, Dr. Rose can also help your injured or older dog increase its mobility.

Following Are Some of the General Veterinary Services that Dr. Michelle Rose Offers:

  • Dog and cat vaccinations
  • Pet dentistry
  • Lab work and X-rays
  • Minor pet surgery
  • Laceration repair
  • Spaying and neutering
  • Nutritional consultations
  • Medication and dietary supplement review
  • Weight management
  • Incontinence management
  • End of life services (in-office or home euthanasia for cats and in-office or home euthanasia for dogs)

End of Life Services

When, unfortunately, end of life decisions need to be made, Dr. Rose can help both you and your pet be as prepared and comfortable as possible. She will come to your home, if requested, to compassionately and gently support you through this very difficult time.

Spanish Speaking

!Se habla Español! Dr. Rose is bilingual in both English and Spanish. This is a great help to her Spanish-speaking clients!

If your dog or cat needs caring, gentle, thorough veterinary services, please contact Michelle Rose, DVM, CCRP. Contact her now »

"My Maggie was diagnosed with Degenerative Myelopathy (DM) last fall and has gradually lost use of her hind limbs. She started rehab with Michelle Rose in July 2011 and continues to work out there on a weekly basis. Her rehab team consists of Michelle and Amanda, who are wonderful, caring people and are crucial to Maggie’s ongoing good health. Dogs with DM often do not live longer than nine months after diagnosis. Maggie is almost at the one-year mark and is stronger than ever before, which is especially important now that she has to haul her entire weight around on her two front legs. Much love and many licks!"

- Joanne Bowman and Maggie

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