Vaccinations and Microchipping
Urgent Care including Blood transfusion
Surgeries (Routine & Specialty)
Digital Radiology (Routine & Dental)
Vitamin D Level Test
Housecall Service including Pet Euthanasia at Home (Temporarily not served)
Non-Anesthetic Dental Cleaning
As part of a complete treatment plan, a non-anesthetic dental cleaning is an awake maintenance tooth cleaning provided
between regular anesthetic dental cleanings and X-rays.
Simply ask our staff if your pet is a candidate for a non-anesthetic dental cleaning and how to set up an appointment today!
This surgery-free, drug-free, painless, and non-invasive treatment boosts the body’s ability to heal itself by increasing blood circulation—drawing water, oxygen, and nutrients to the damaged area.
Laser Therapy is scientifically proven to successfully treat your pet’s post-surgical pain, plus many acute and chronic conditions associated with geriatric care, as well as osteoarthritis, ear infections, and much more.
Vitamin D-level test for dogs and cats of all ages, healthy or sick
Vitamin D-level test for dogs and cats of all ages, healthy or sick. Did you know;
* Dogs and cats can’t make Vitamin D from sunlight and don’t get enough of this crucial nutrient from their diets.
* Low levels of Vitamin D are associated with a host of diseases (heart, kidney liver, bone density, immune disorders, and cancer).
* Recommended for disease prevention in healthy pets, 5 years and older, and as immune support for sick animals.
Dr. Chung is USDA-certified and accredited to provide domestic and international Health Certificates for pets (dogs, cats, and exotic/pocket pets) traveling from one state to another, or to foreign countries, as well as “Category II” animals, including birds and mini-pigs.
Why get a Certificate of Health?
Most U.S. states and foreign countries require a signed Certificate of Health provided by your veterinarian, along with a current Rabies Certificate, before arriving in that state or country.
Is it easy?
The process may be simple or complex—it all depends on the requirements of each destination.
Is it fast?
Be sure to give your pet enough time to meet the important requirements of each destination. Japan,
for example, requires at least 180 days between the rabies antibody titer test and
your pet’s arrival into the country.
What about pets on planes?
Be sure to verify that your pets and their restraints or confinement satisfies individual airline requirements and restrictions.
Before scheduling your pet’s next trip, check that state or foreign country’s health requirements
Cancer Screening Test
Cancer is a common disease, but the signs of cancer are often nondescript and can mimic many other types of illness.
Why screen for cancer?
Early detection can improve or prolong the life and health of your pet.
Where cancer is suspected, confirmed, or successfully treated, this is a simple way to monitor your pet for early detection of cancer growth (metastasis) or recurrence.
Recommended as part of a routine wellness plan for healthy senior dogs or for high-risk breeds.
Is the test accurate?
The cancer screening test can confirm the presence of cancer before more detailed types of exams are employed (ultrasound, X-ray, biopsy). It is able to detect 82 percent of all cancers six months prior to the onset of visible signs—and 100 percent of all cancers four months prior.
Little Tokyo Pet Clinic accepts all forms of pet insurance. Please bring the proper paperwork with you when your pet is discharged so that we can help expedite your reimbursement. If you would like to learn more about pet insurance options, here are some recommended providers.
We accept VISA, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover cards, as well as cash. We also offer CareCredit financing as a flexible payment option, which allows for convenient monthly payments.
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