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puppy1.pngAt Animal Clinic Suburban, our team of veterinary professionals works to understand the personality, lifestyle and needs of your pet.  Our focus is tailoring that knowledge to provide superior care and service for you and your pet.  Call 402-334-1660 to schedule an appointment that is convenient for you.

The veterinarians at Animal Clinic Suburban recommend that healthy adult cats and dogs under 7 years of age be examined once a year.  This will include a full physical exam and detailed history from you about your pet's lifestyle, genetic history, underlying health or behavior concerns and more.  One of our experienced doctors will check the health of your pet from head to tail. We our strong advocates of preventative care and will be recommending heartworm testing for dogs, as well as fecal examinations & wellness bloodwork for all pets.  What vaccinations, preventatives, particular bloodwork panels or treatments needed are determined by understanding the needs of your pet.  We believe in personalized care to ensure your pet gets all the care they need and no procedures, treatments, vaccinations or medications they do not. 

Bring in any medical history you have for your pet when you come to the clinic.  It's ideal to keep a journal or folder of your pet's health throughout his or her life, including behavioral shifts.  If you have something like this please share it with our team.  If not, let us know everything that you are aware has changed or occurred over your pets life. Alterations in appetite, drinking, mobility, activity or behavior are often the only signs a pet shows us when they are painful or ill. Any medication or previous reactions are also important for the veterinary team to be aware of.  We will ask a number of questions to help ensure we understand your pet's health and needs, as well as you or your family's needs regarding your pet. 


In some circumstances we refer you to a specialist who has advanced expertise in areas such as internal medicine or surgery.