We had a wonderful time at the Yappy Hour Dog Walk last evening on campus at Lock Haven University! It was so great cuddling with all the amazing dogs and getting to talk with their owners. Dr. Andi Luke, Human and Animal Chiropractic Care even demonstrated an adjustment on her dog Roo!
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Vaccines help pets live healthier, longer lives. There are core vaccines that all pets need, as well as optional ones that may be recommended based on a specific pet’s risk factors. Depending on their lifestyle, recommendations can also change as well—we will gather all of…Learn More
Dental hygiene is an important aspect of your pet’s general health. If your pet has bad breath, that’s a sign of an unhealthy mouth. This is caused by bacteria, which leads to a buildup of tartar and plaque on your pet’s teeth, and which eventually…Learn More
Pine Creek Veterinary Associates are proud to offer high-quality veterinary medicine including complex surgical procedures to routine surgery like spaying and neutering. We always focus on patient safety using our surgical monitors where our trained staff can monitor pulse, respiration, and body temperature while your…Learn More
At Pine Creek Veterinary Associates, we use ultrasonography, a diagnostic technique that uses ultrasound waves which produce an imaging study that creates a picture of the inside of your pet’s body. Ultrasound waves can generate accurate images of abdominal organs, including the: Liver Gallbladder Spleen…Learn More
We are proud to offer laparoscopy services at Pine Creek Veterinary Associates. Laparoscopy is a minimally invasive procedure for viewing the internal structures of the abdomen and consists of a laparoscope (camera) being inserted in the abdomen through a small incision. This magnifies the internal…Learn More
A radiograph is a certain kind of photograph that enables us to look inside your pet’s body to reveal information that we can’t see from the outside. A powerful diagnostic tool, radiography can be used to evaluate many things including: Heart Lungs Abdominal organs Bones…Learn More