veterinary services Fargo, ND
Here at Valley Veterinary Hospital, we are pleased to have a large amount of veterinary services available for our patients. We are proud to be able to serve Fargo, ND and our surrounding communities to give your pet the best care that they deserve!

Dentistry Fargo, ND

Dentistry

Dental care is vital to the overall health of any pet. Dental disease can lead to health issues with the heart, liver, and kidneys and has the potential to seep into your pet’s bloodstream. In fact, 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats over three years of age suffer from some form of dental disease, making it the most common pet health issue among our pet population.

Cost*:
Feline Dental Procedures: $550 - $1700
Canine Dental Procedures:
0-25lbs: $560 - $1900
26-55lbs: $570 - $1900
55+lbs: $630 - $2000

*True cost can only be quoted after a pre-surgical consultation has been performed

Surgery Fargo, ND

Surgery

We are proud to provide Fargo, ND and surrounding communities with state-of-the-art veterinary surgical procedures. We believe in utilizing the highest level of medical technology, and our surgeons are experienced and highly trained.

For cost of specific surgical procedures, please contact our hospital for a procedure estimate.

X-rays Fargo, ND

X-rays

At Valley Veterinary Hospital in Fargo, ND, we are proud to be on the cutting edge of medical technology. Radiology is a technique and diagnostic tool that we use to look inside the body in an entirely non-invasive way. X-rays allow us to create images of all the body's organs.

Spay And Neuter Fargo, ND

Spay And Neuter

Spaying and neutering are important and necessary medical procedures that enhance the quality of your pets' life. Not only does spaying and neutering have positive effects on your pets' health, it's also vital to controlling the homeless pet population. Your pet is continuously monitored by our team while they are in our care. Highly trained veterinary technicians and assistants work in teams to monitor your pet’s vitals while they are anesthetized, by both utilizing an electronic surgical vital monitor and physically monitoring each patient.

Cost*:
Spay
Feline: $475
Canine: 0-20lb: $515 / 21-50lb: $555 / 51-99lbs: $620 / 100+lbs: $625

Neuter:
Feline: $260
Canine: 0-20lb: $415 / 21-50lb: $430 / 51-99lbs: $455 / 100+lbs: $470

*True cost can only be quoted after a pre-surgical consultation has been performed. Additional costs may occur if your pet is over a year or in heat

Microchipping Fargo, ND

Microchipping

Every year, thousands and thousands of pets go missing. Not knowing where your pet is or how to bring them back can be a helpless, hopeless feeling. It's a tragedy that happens all too often. But there is a simple, safe, and effective way to ensure your pet's safety and retrieval should they ever become lost.

Microchip implantation is performed by trained veterinary professionals. Our professional customer service representatives then handle all administrative work involved in registering the account with HomeAgain.

Cost: $83.60, includes implantation and registration with HomeAgain

Vaccinations Fargo, ND

Vaccinations

At Valley Veterinary Hospital in Fargo, ND, we believe that one of the most important aspects of caring for your pet's health is vaccinating him or her against possible diseases. There are a variety of diseases which affect our pets, and other animals, so proper vaccination is vital to protecting them from many types of illnesses.

Cost: $48 - $58
*some vaccinations require boosters after initial vaccine is given

Wellness Exams Fargo, ND

Wellness Exams

At Valley Veterinary Hospital in Fargo, ND, we believe that regular checkups and wellness exams are critical to your pets' well-being. These wellness exams give us a chance to evaluate the overall health of your pet while also giving us a baseline for their unique bodies and tendencies.

Cost: $66

Parasite Prevention Fargo, ND

Parasite Prevention

The idea of your pet being infested with parasites is a disturbing thought, but it's also a medical issue that can have serious consequences if not properly dealt with or prevented. Parasites pose a variety of health issues for our pets, who can be very susceptible to certain parasites depending on age, region, and other factors.

Ultrasound Fargo, ND

Ultrasound

Ultrasound uses sound waves to offer a non-invasive, painless, and radiation-free method of imaging your pets' internal organs. Providing this service is one of the many ways that we show how dedicated we are to providing your pet with the best care possible.

Onsite Diagnostics Fargo, ND

Onsite Diagnostics

Our hospital provides a wide variety of in-house diagnostic testing with the most state of the art technology available. It is our goal to provide your pet with the highest level of care possible, and our diagnostic tools help us do that.

Acupuncture Fargo, ND

Acupuncture

Valley Veterinary Hospital is proud to offer acupuncture services! Dr. Winning is a certified veterinary acupuncturist specializing in small animal acupuncture.

Cost: Initial Acupuncture Visit $115

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Laser Therapy Fargo, ND

Laser Therapy

Laser therapy is a drug free, non-surgical pain relief option that uses specific wavelengths of light to create a warming, therapeutic effect. The effects include pain reduction, increased circulation, and decreased swelling, as well as improved healing time. Laser therapy provides therapeutic effects by increasing circulation, drawing water, oxygen, and nutrients to the damaged area. By doing this the body is able to reduce inflammation, swelling, muscle spasms, stiffness, and pain. Laser therapy can be used for, but is not limited to: post-surgical pain, joint pain, ligament sprains, muscle strains, puncture wounds, post-traumatic injury, rehabilitation, hip dysplasia, burns, neck and back pain, osteoarthritis, edema and congestion, joint pain, chronic wounds, and post-orthopedic surgical recovery. Laser therapy can also be used in conjunction with additional treatments such as acupuncture.

The duration of treatments depends on the condition being treated and how long the patient has been experiencing pain. Some patients respond to treatment after one session, but because each treatment is cumulative many require 5 to 8 treatments or more for the full effects to be felt. During a typical treatment most patients do not feel any stimulation, with the exception of a slight warming feeling, and each treatment is also relatively short at only 3 to 8 minutes per site. Very few side effects have been reported with laser therapy, although occasionally some old pain symptoms or injuries may feel aggravated after treatment. Each case will be evaluated by a veterinarian and a treatment schedule will be determined based on your pet's needs.

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Physical Rehabilitation

Valley Veterinary Hospital is now offering physical medicine/rehab appointments! If your pet is recovering from a recent injury or surgery, or has been showing signs of limping or discomfort that you feel would benefit from physical rehab please call us to set up an initial rehab evaluation.

Cost: $150 per session

What is physical rehabilitation medicine?

Medical rehabilitation can include multiple modalities for pain management as well as therapeutic exercises. In your pet’s physical rehabilitation medicine appointment we will assess your pet’s musculoskeletal system to determine what areas to target with pain control and therapeutic exercises both in clinic and at home. We will then work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan based on your pet’s individual needs and your goals for their lifestyle.

What does a physical rehabilitation appointment look like?

Multiple modalities will be used together in order to target pain and muscle strengthening. This may include any of the following:
Photobiomodulation with a Class IV therapeutic laser (Laser Therapy)
Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy (PEMF)
Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES)
Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS)
Therapeutic Exercises

What should you expect from physical rehab?

The goal of physical rehabilitation is to offer pain relief and restore function post injury and to prevent further injuries from occurring.

When should physical rehab be considered?

Below are a few of the more common conditions that can benefit from physical rehabilitation:
Cranial Cruciate Rupture, Intervertebral Disc Disease, Luxating Patellas, Hip Dysplasia, Osteoarthritis, Lameness, General Aging, Overweight/Obesity, Orthopedic Pain, Post surgical, Neurologic Disorders/Paralysis

We would love the chance to work with you and your pet to improve your pet's quality of life!

Physical Rehabilitation will not cure any disease or eliminate chronic issues completely but can help to alleviate future complications. Multiple sessions will be required for adequate response to treatments. If you are interested in a physical rehabilitation medicine session give us a call at 701-232-3391 to set up a consultation and first session with Dr. Haroldson.

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