Keeping your pets healthy is our top priority, and regular wellness examinations are the foundation to helping them live longer, healthier, happier lives. Appropriate vaccines are given following industry protocols. Vaccinations are an essential part of a thorough health maintenance program, providing immunity from many contagious diseases. Wellness care covers far more than vaccinations; it also includes preventive care such as heartworm and intestinal parasite testing, comprehensive physical exams and overall health screenings.
We work closely with premier veterinary laboratories to perform a wide variety of diagnostic testing services for your animal for routine wellness or in case of sickness.
We offer referrals to specialized hospitals that perform ultrasonography, endoscopic procedures and digital radiography to provide our patients with the latest technologies.
We are equipped to provide a wide range of surgical services for our patients from routine surgical procedures such as spaying and neutering to complex surgical procedures. Every veterinary surgery patient receives the same high standard of care, including pre-anesthetic laboratory testing, individually tailored pain management and intravenous fluids.
We use only the safest available anesthetics. Every pet patient’s vital signs are carefully monitored during all procedures requiring anesthesia, using the most modern equipment and highly trained personnel.
Did you know that dogs and cats between the ages of 1 and 3 years old have some evidence of periodontal disease that requires treatment? We believe that preventative care is the best approach for long-term oral health. Our clinic provides extensive dental services, including prophylactic and periodontal treatments, extractions and oral surgery.
Microchips have helped reunite thousands of pets with their families. We offer the most widely used microchip products to increase the chances of a safe recovery.
Our in-house pharmacy is well-stocked with the most widely used prescription medications for your pet. We also stock preventative medications for fleas, ticks, parasites and heartworms. Vetcare also carries a full line of veterinary prescription diets.
It is never easy to see our beloved pets' quality of life decline. Our staff is wholeheartedly dedicated to providing compassionate care in your pet's final moments. Whether that means providing pain management, helping you make decisions at this difficult time or just being there to support you through your pet’s final journey, we take the time to accommodate your family's needs.
Dr. Heather Cormany was born and raised in a small town in southern Ohio. Even as a small child, she always knew she wanted to become a veterinarian. She completed her undergraduate work and received her Bachelor of Science degree from Wilmington College in 1998. She received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the Ohio State University in 2004.
Following graduation, she relocated to Fort Lauderdale, where she spent the first two years at a busy, six-doctor, small-animal practice, and the following four years at a mixed small animal/exotics practice. Dr. Cormany returned to Ohio in 2009 and spent two-and-a-half years at a mixed small animal/exotics practice before joining Vetcare Animal Wellness in 2012.