We are a full-service hospital providing wellness and preventive health care as well as treatments and surgery for sick or injured dogs, cats and small mammals. We offer a variety of affordable wellness care plans to fit the needs of your pets based on their lifestyle and age. If your pet becomes sick or injured, Dr. Porter evaluates and provides diagnoses using state of the art diagnostic tools and resources. We provide treatment plans and surgical options when necessary and offer Care Credit payment plans and pet insurance to help make treating your pet affordable.
Dentistry & Dental Care
Many pet owners spend a lot of time and energy maintaining the health of their pets, and yet frequently dental care gets left behind. Keeping up with your pet’s dental health is a very important part of your pet’s overall health.
Laboratory testing is important in helping to catch various conditions early before they become serious illnesses. Since pets can’t tell us what is wrong or where it hurts, we rely on laboratory testing to help us evaluate their condition and diagnose any problems.
X-rays give access to important information at a break-neck pace, and in a non-invasive way by looking inside the body for signs of disease. Our on-site, modern X-ray equipment provides high quality radiographs to aid in the quick diagnosis of many disorders.
Internal Medicine Consults
This branch of animal medicine concentrates on what’s going on inside your pets body to get to the bottom of their condition and create an effective treatment plan. Our team will work with you to find the best solution for you and your pet!
Once your pet has been diagnosed with a medical condition, our next step is to provide medical treatments that will either cure or control their illness or injury.
Our state-of-the-art surgical suite provides for the performance of a wide variety of surgical procedures. We perform soft tissue and select orthopedic procedures.
We provide pet boarding as a service to our clients that can be utilized while on vacation or if your pet needs some extra attention while you’re away for the day. All pets boarded with us receive personal and attentive care from our compassionate and animal loving staff.
Dietary + Behavioral Counseling
We proudly offer dietary and behavioral counseling, to help you ensure that your pet is both well behaved and healthy. Our educated team can help pinpoint any dietary and/or behavioral issues your pet may have and help you come up with a plan that works!
Pets that have certain medical conditions or have just had surgery require special care. We provide the necessary treatment and monitoring needed for your pets to be well-taken care of while you are away.
We strive to make veterinary care convenient and accessible to all of our patients. Learn more about how you can get your pet seen by a vet through Facebook.
If you are unsure of what to do in an emergency situation or how to tell if your pet needs urgent care, click here to learn about what signs and symptoms to watch out for.
Exotic pets require special needs both at home and at the veterinary hospital. These needs vary widely and providing the proper veterinary care requires special training and skills. Forte Animal Hospital provides routine care for small mammals such as rabbits, guinea pigs, and hamsters.
Lost Pet Prevention
Choosing to microchip your pet may be one of the best decisions you’ll make as a pet owner. With no internal energy source, one microchip will last the lifetime of your pet, and can make all the difference when your beloved dog or cat wanders too far from home!
When your pet is clearly uncomfortable, whether it’s their skin or ears that’s bothering them, we know it can be stressful. Our dermatology service helps you get to the very bottom of your pet’s condition, finding a solution that will ease their pain and have them feeling like themselves in no time at all!
Preventive Health Care
We believe preventative care is the best way to maintain your pet’s health and wellbeing. We recommend having your pet examined by a veterinarian every six to twelve months, depending on their age and health status.