Tally Oaks Veterinary Service (TOVS) is a full service veterinary practice that provides a variety of preventative, diagnostic, and surgical procedures. Our services are provided in a quiet rustic reduced stress setting with affordable pricing, on time appointments, and hassle-free drop off and pick up.
Our services include but are not limited too, wellness exams, vaccinations, treatment of medical conditions (infections, injuries, allergies, wounds, etc.) microchipping, tick-borne disease testing, heartworm testing, fecal analysis and deworming. Our surgical services include but are not limited too, wound repair, hernia repairs, spays, neuters, mass removals, and biopsies. We also offer state of the art dental cleaning, polishing, teeth rescue, and extractions.
We are excited to offer advanced soft tissue and orthopedic procedures by a board certified surgeon, Dr Matthew Nicholson from Salutaris Veterinary Specialists. More information about his practice and available services may be found at Salutarus Veterinary Specialists.
TOVS also performs microchipping for all animals using the AVID microchip system. Did you know that every two seconds a pet is lost! The system works by simply injecting a tiny microchip just under the skin. If you pet is lost and turned into an animal shelter or animal control officer, they scan the pet for the unique ID number and then call AVID’s 24 hour hotline (800-336-2843) to identify the owner. Call us today to schedule this life-saving procedure.
Small Animal Dentistry
Small Animal Surgery
Emergency and Critical Care
Fully Stocked & Online Pharmacy
Parasite Prevention and Control
Puppy and Kitten Care
Prevention is the key to your pet's long term health, as well as minimizing the lifetime cost of care
Drug Free Relief
Drug Free. Surgery Free. Relief for your pet. Therapeutic lasers have been scientifically proven successful in treating post-surgical pain and many acute and chronic conditions.
If you are able to choose a lifestyle that incorporates a holistic philosophy for yourself, why shouldn’t you be able to do the same for your pet?