What’s making your fur baby itch, scratch, and sneeze today? Is it the grass? The pollen? Whatever the culprit, there are many treatment options, and we will help you find the right one. Early diagnosis and management are important.

Eye and ear infections can make your furry friend feel uncomfortable. But don’t worry; with proper treatment and care, your pet will be back to their happy-go-lucky self in no time.

So, your furry friend is having some issues in the bathroom department? It could be a urinary tract infection, bladder stones, a blockage, or even kidney problems causing all the fuss. Your pet may be straining, peeing frequently, or even leaving a bit of blood in their urine. The treatment depends on what’s causing the issue – it could be pills, special food, or even surgery. Just make sure to get your pet to the vet ASAP- we don’t want them to be uncomfortable for too long!

Limping can be caused by all sorts of things, from chasing squirrels too vigorously or developing arthritis. If your furry pal is limping, it’s best to have them checked out by our COTA Veterinary team to make sure they’re not in pain and get them back to their playful, non-limping selves.

When our furry friend’s battery is low- it could be because they’re sick, injured, stressed, or just plain lazy. It’s important to get to the bottom of what’s causing their lack of energy and give them the TLC they need. So, let’s get to work and get that little furball back to their spunky self!

Tummy troubles in your fur-baby can cause vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, loss of appetite, and abdominal pain. Treatment varies depending on the underlying cause and may include dietary changes, medication, and supportive care. Consult with your COTA Veterinary team if you notice any of these symptoms in your pet.

Did your furry friend get a little too curious and decide to snack on something they shouldn’t have? Dogs and cats are inquisitive animals and may ingest harmful or indigestible things, leading to various health issues. Contact your COTA Veterinary team, and we will advise you on what to do.

Oopsie! Your furry pal got a boo-boo? Wounds are injuries that break the skin or underlying tissues. They can happen to our pets for different reasons. Wounds can be mild or severe; treatment usually involves cleaning the wound and applying appropriate care. We can assess the severity and determine the right course of action.

Hospice care for pets is a supportive approach to care for animals with terminal diseases, focusing on improving their quality of life during their remaining time. This type of care emphasizes comfort and avoids aggressive interventions, although all therapies are considered. Hospice care is a philosophy of caring, and our veterinary team can help you understand your treatment options, including palliative care, and what works best for you and your family.

Saying goodbye to a beloved family member can be difficult, even when it is the right decision. While your pet cannot speak, there are signs that indicate a decline in health and well-being. Our compassionate team will help you to identify these signs and determine the ‘quality of life’. You are not in this alone; we are here to answer your questions and help you through this process.

"We visited COTA when our cat of 19 years was struggling and we were unable to get to our regular vet. Dr Susan welcomed us with great compassion and realistic expectations. She offered us a way to manage pain during our sweet Alfie’s final days for us to spend more time with him. When the time came to let Alfie go, the team stayed open on a wet wintery day to attend to us. Dr Alyssa was compassionate, guiding us through the process and giving us the needed time. The front desk was so kind and kept checking on us. What a wonderful organization. We will be returning as we grow our pet family once again". COTA Client Marie Bailey