Hours of Operation
Mon, Fri: 7:30AM - 6:30PM
Tues, Weds, Thurs: 7:30AM - 5:30PM
Sat: 7:30AM - 2:00PM


Cat Allergies

Allergies in Cats

Allergies are a common problem in cats. Most humans with allergies sneeze or have nasal congestion or asthma. Cats may have asthma with allergies but it is far more common for them to scratch or lick. Since cats groom or lick so much of the time anyway, when can you know that it is abnormal and needs to be treated? If your cat is developing areas of hair loss or you can feel scabs or sores on your kitty, then you need to give us a call.

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Cat Services

We provide the care your cat deserves

Chateau Veterinary Hospital is a certified Cat Friendly Hospital.   Car Care

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Dental Care

Dental Care for PetsDental Care

Caring for our own dental health is a daily routine in our lives, including daily brushing and flossing as well as yearly cleanings and exams. Remember that our pets require regular professional dental care just like people do! Our hospital offers a thorough dental exam with every physical exam, and will make dental recommendations if abnormalities are detected.

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Complications of the skin and ears are among the most common reasons for veterinary office visits. The skin is considered the largest organ in the body, and problems with it can leave your pet feeling uncomfortable and distressed. This can cause you as an owner to feel concerned with your pet's constant scratching, licking, and general unease. These are all symptoms associated with most dermatological issues.

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Digital Radiography

When an external exam simply does not provide all the answers for your pet, our hospital is equipped with advanced imaging technology to help diagnose their issues. X-Ray imaging allows our doctors to make immediate decisions for the health of your pet. X-Rays can be extremely beneficial in cases including:

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Dog Allergies


Allergies are one of the top problems in dogs that we see. Itching, scratching, sneezing miserable dogs and their owners need help that Chateau Veterinary Hospital can provide.

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Examinations - Dogs



The single most important part of keeping your pet healthy is a regular, comprehensive physical examination by your veterinarian.                    Examination

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Examinations for Cats

The single most important part of keeping your pet healthy is a regular, comprehensive physical examination by your veterinarian.                    

Your pet also deserves to have this visit be as stress free as possible. Our hospital is a Fear Free Certified Hospital, only the second hospital in the country to obtain that honor. That is why you may notice that we employ different techniques than you have previously experienced. We are also a Cat Friendly Practice 

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In-House Diagnostics

Just as with human medicine, blood work in pets is used in sick pets to help determine cause of illness and in healthy pets for early detection of disease. We will discuss with you any tests we recommend for your pets.

Our equipment can perform these important tests within minutes in the case of an emergency, or while you wait prior to surgery. Ask one of our trained staff members or doctors if you have any questions about how bloodwork can benefit your pet.

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Kitten Care

Kitten Care

Healthy Start Kitten Care                                           

Your household has added a new kitten, whether through careful planning and searching or because a new kitten has somehow found you. Let’s get your baby’s life off to a good start!

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Laser Therapy

We are pleased to offer laser therapy to help alleviate your pet's everyday aches and pains. What is laser therapy? A surgery-free, drug-free, noninvasive treatment to reduce pain, reduce inflammation and speed healing. Call our team if you want to know if this therapy will help your pet.




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What is a microchip?

A microchip is permanent method of identifying your pet. The chip is about the size of a grain of rice and is placed under your pet’s skin with a syringe. The placement causes no more discomfort than an injection.

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Nutritional Counseling

Some pets require special food, and all pets benefit from a balanced diet. Our trained and certified staff is available to help you choose the right diet for your pet to keep him or her happy, healthy and active.

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Onsite Pharmacy

Our clinic pharmacy includes the latest antibiotics, pain medications, vitamins, shampoos, flea and tick preventatives and heartworm preventatives available. Our doctors attend numerous educational events and conferences each year in order to insure we carry only the best for the life of your pet. We also have a full-line of prescription diets available for your convenience.

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Pain Management

Years ago belief was that animals did not experience pain like humans. Then belief became that pain was beneficial in that it would limit movement and prevent further injury or keep the pet "resting." Recent years of research has shown how drastically wrong those beliefs were and has well established that animals and humans have similar "pain receptors." Left untreated, pain reduces quality of life and delays recovery from surgery, injury, or illness.

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Surgery When it is necessary for your pet to have surgery ranging from standard spays and neuters to more complicated issues, every precaution is taken for your pet's safety, health and comfort. Our doctors and technicians have years of surgical experience and have the latest in medications and equipment to insure your best friend's procedure is as safe as possible.

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What are vaccinations?

First, germs (bacteria or viruses) cause many of the diseases that make our pets sick. When a germ invades the body, the immune system jumps into action and produces antibodies specific to that germ. The antibodies are designed to fight off the disease and hopefully save your pet’s life. Some diseases are minor and some are life threatening.

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Wellness Care

Chateau Veterinary Hospital would like to remind you that our pets often age the equivalent of seven human years each calendar year. Many changes in dogs and cats can occur in a relatively short amount of time, making annual visits very important for the health of your pet. Yearly visits can uncover medication needs, dental issues, and early onset of age-related diseases. Prevention or early discovery of problems can greatly increase the quality and length of life in dogs and cats.

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