February is Dental Health Month
Get 10% off your pet’s dental cleaning through the month of February!
According to the American Veterinary Dental Society, 70% of adult cats and 80% of adult dogs show symptoms of oral disease. Dental disease can be the origin of more complex, life-threatening issues. Routine dental cleanings and a home dental care regime have the potential to add years of vigor to your pet’s life. A dental exam and cleaning are performed under general anesthesia for a safe and thorough procedure. Your pet’s teeth are cleaned of plaque and calculus, and the tooth enamel is polished, followed by a fluoride treatment to further protect the teeth and strengthen enamel. In some cases, we do recommend annual dental cleanings to ensure your pet’s smile stays bright and healthy.
Welcome to our brand new veterinary hospital in Ammon, Idaho!
We proudly provide a wide range of veterinary services to cats, dogs, rabbits, pocket pets, birds, and chickens at our state-of-the-art clinic. We look forward to becoming a valuable asset for your family and to be there every step of your pet’s life. When you need us most, we will be there.
At Idaho Falls Veterinary Hospital, we have a passion for the human-animal bond and strive to help our patients live long, healthy lives. We are feline friendly and have an ongoing low-cost spay/neuter program to help with the cat overpopulation.
We provide a wide range of care.
We provide care for cats, dogs, birds, exotics, and pocket pets!
We go above and beyond to ensure your pet has a long, healthy life.
Low-cost feline spay and neuters
Your cat can get a much-needed spay or neuter without breaking the bank.
We provide soft tissue surgery in a safe and clean environment.
Exotic pet care
We see more than cats and dogs. We also see exotics, rabbits, pocket pets, birds, and chickens!
Your pet’s oral health is an essential part of their overall health.
On Thursdays, we only see feline patients. Your cat can enjoy a nice, relaxing visit.
We provide blood work, X-rays, and other diagnostics in-house to treat your pet.
If your pet has cancer, we’re qualified and ready to come up with a proper treatment plan.
On Thursdays, we only see cats. No, seriously!
We understand that a trip to see us can be stressful for your cat. That’s why they get an entire day to themselves at Idaho Falls Veterinary Hospital. That’s right! On Thursdays, we are a cat-only clinic. This means that you can bring in your cat without dogs barking in the background.