Compassionate Veterinary Care Near You


Our Services

We believe that preventing diseases is easier than treatment and therefore pivotal to your pets health and longevity. Each patient is an individual with a unique set of circumstances that benefit from a customized preventative care plan. Every patient will receive a tailored approach to best meet their preventative care and medicine needs.


Proactive Wellness Care:

Puppy/Kitten Wellness

Bringing home a new puppy or kitten is an exciting time for your family. Our team can help you start your new puppy or kitten off right! We recommend that you set up your pet’s first visit with us soon after adoption. It’s important to get your new pet set up with a good parasite and vaccination program, as well as a thorough examination to assure your puppy or kitten is healthy and prepared to stay that way.

Preventive Wellness Care

Wellness care is important during all stages of your pet’s life. Developing an annual routine for their diet, parasite prevention, vaccinations, dental home care and exercise plan is essential to the well-being of your four-legged friend.


Preventive Medicine

We believe that preventing diseases is easier than treatment and therefore pivotal to your pets health and longevity. Each patient is an individual with a unique set of circumstances that benefit from a customized preventative care plan. Every patient will receive a tailored approach to best meet their preventative care and medicine needs.



Vaccines offer protection against major viral and bacterial diseases that cats and dogs may be exposed to. Regular vaccinations are one of the cornerstones of good preventive health care for dogs and cats. When administered by your veterinarian, vaccines provide cost-effective protection against infectious and contagious diseases for both pets and people.


Nutrition plays an essential role in the life and health of an animal. With nutritional counseling to help you get expert guidance, you need to confidently answer any questions you have about your pet’s nutrition and weight.

Click here to access the FDA’s Food Recall & Withdrawal list.


Each year, thousands of pets go missing, and many don’t make it back home. Many pets (especially indoor pets) don’t wear collars or tags. Even if your pet wears a collar and identification tag, collars can break off, and tags can become damaged and unreadable, so these forms of identification may not be enough to ensure your pet’s safe return. Your pet needs a reliable form of identification that can’t get lost, stolen, or damaged. A microchip is a safe, simple form of permanent identification that can significantly increase the chance that your pet will return home safely.


A microchip is about the size and shape of a grain of rice. It is then placed underneath your pet’s skin between the shoulder blades. Microchip implantation takes only a few minutes and is very safe. Each microchip is unique and carries vital information about your pet—including your name, address, and contact information. When a microchip is implanted, the pet owner is given a registration form to complete. Registering the number on the microchip includes your pet in a national pet recovery database. Veterinary hospitals, animal shelters, and animal control offices across the country are equipped with special electronic scanners that can detect the microchip and read the identification number. If a lost pet is picked up by animal control or found by a good Samaritan and presented to a veterinarian, a quick scan of the microchip reveals the identification number. A toll-free phone call to the pet recovery database alerts the microchip company that a lost pet has been identified. The pet owner can then be contacted and reunited with his or her pet!

Every pet should have a microchip.  Even indoor pets can get outside accidentally and get lost or stolen so if you’re relying on other forms of identification, you could be placing your pet at risk. Microchipping is a safe, effective way to help ensure your pet’s return if the unthinkable happens.

Geriatric Care

We help address your pet’s changing needs and balancing treatments for disease symptoms and progression.

Pain Management

When your pet isn’t feeling well, it can be a constant source of stress. You may not even know or be able to tell your pet is hurting. We can help diagnose and treat your furry companion’s pain.

Chronic Disease Management

Caring for a pet with a chronic or long-term illness is an emotional journey. 

Pets with chronic conditions such as allergies, asthma, diabetes, thyroid conditions, seizure disorders, liver and kidney disease all require a close partnership with your veterinarian to properly monitor your pets overall health as well as their medications and dosages to ensure they enjoy a quality of life while living with a chronic medical condition.

Online Pharmacy

Ordering your pet’s medication has never been easier! View our online pharmacy here.


Mobile Radiographs

A radiograph (X-ray) is a type of photograph that looks inside the body and reveals valuable information that may not be discernible from the outside. Radiography can be used to evaluate your pet’s internal organs like the heart, lungs, and abdominal organs, as well as bones. When diagnosing your pet accurately, radiology can be an extremely important tool in our diagnostic arsenal.

Digital X-rays are routinely used to diagnose and examine broken bones, obstructions, arthritis, masses, and tumors. We use digital X-rays also to confirm pregnancies or detect ingested objects.  For smaller patients, mobile radiographs can be arranged during your at home visit however we generally schedule radiographs to be done at a local community hospital partner. 


Cytology is a diagnostic tool that allows microscopic cells from the body to be examined. Cytology is often used to help us treat and manage skin and ear infections. We use cytology in evaluating ‘lumps & bumps’ found on the body to determine best treatment options. This is a quick, painless procedure that can help improve the treatment plan for your pet.


Urinalysis is a common lab test that provides physical and chemical information about urine. Urinalysis will give information about kidney function, liver function, urinary tract infections, bladder stones, prostatitis (intact male dogs), and cancer. It can be used in conjunction with bloodwork to identify major health issues, such as diabetes mellitus. Routinely making this test part of your pet’s exam will help you keep them healthy and happy.

Culture & Sensitivity

Treating chronic bacterial infections can be frustrating! Culture and sensitivity is a test that identifies the specific bacteria causing the infection and ensures the proper antibiotic is used for treatment.  This test is commonly used on urine, skin, and ear samples, as well as blood or even pus. Antibiotic resistance is a major issue and this test will ensure your pet is treated effectively without contributing to resistance in human and veterinary medicine. 

Blood Work

Blood tests and other laboratory tests are essential in keeping your pet well and diagnosing illnesses. Impett Veterinary offers an in-house, state-of-the-art laboratory enabling us to provide accurate laboratory results within a very short period of time. The faster we are able to diagnose your pet’s health issue, the faster we can treat it! In addition, we work with an outside lab to offer any specialized tests your pet may need.

End-of-Life Care:

End-of-Life Care

We provide several options for your pet’s aftercare. We have options for home burials, private and communal cremations, and aquamation.

Click here to learn more about aquamation.

Aquamation Pricing
Private Aquamation
0-50 lbs. – $300
50-100 lbs. – $400
>100 lbs. – $500

Group Aquamation
0-50 lbs. – $150
50-100 lbs. – $200
>100 lbs. – $350

In-Home Euthanasia

In the comfort of our own home, surrounded by our loved ones, is where most of us would wish to take our last breaths. We can help to provide a gentle and unrushed, peaceful home euthanasia for your pet when the time comes to say goodbye.

Euthanasia Pricing
0-50 lbs. – $400
50-100 lbs. – $425
>100 lbs. – $475

Palliative & Hospice Care

We make sure these precious days with your pet are the best they can be. Hospice care aims to meet the physical and mental needs of a pet faced with a life-limiting illness. It begins when a pet is diagnosed with a terminal condition, and the family has decided not to pursue aggressive, curative therapies.