Eden Pet Hospital has been providing progressive veterinary medicine to the East Bay Community for nearly 40 years. Since our founding in 1974 we have grown into a state-of-the-art facility offering a full spectrum of medical services for your pet. In addition to the standard medical and surgical services, we offer a wide range of advanced diagnostic and therapeutic techniques including digital radiography and digital dental X-ray. Eden Pet Hospital strives to deliver the highest quality services at reasonable prices.
Radiology (x-ray technology) is routinely used to provide valuable information about a pet’s bones, gastrointestinal tract (stomach, intestines, colon), respiratory tract (lungs), heart, and genitourinary system (bladder, prostate). It can be used alone or in conjunction with other diagnostic tools to provide a list of possible causes for a pet’s condition, identify the exact cause of a problem or rule out possible problems.
Using the latest in digital radiography, an x-ray beam is guided through the patients body and strikes a digital radiographic sensor plate. Images on the plate appear as various shades of gray and reflect the anatomy of the animal.
Ultrasonography is a technology which allows our doctors a non-invasive glance into the inner workings of your pet. Sound waves are emitted from a small probe applied to the skin. Echoes from the sound waves bounce off of various organs at differing frequencies and are recorded to provide a digital image which can then be evaluated for abnormalities.
The benefits of dental care for our pets has come to the forefront of preventative and wellness medicine. Not only can dental disease lead to pain and diminished quality of life, but hidden bacteria can shed from diseased teeth into the blood stream. This bacteria has been implicated as a cause of both liver and heart disease.
Your beloved pet has no way of telling you that they are in pain. Imagine having a bad tooth ache for months or years without being able to do anything about it. We often see pets bouncing like young puppies after performing a cleaning and/or extracting badly decayed teeth.
We use state-of-the-art digital dentistry and ultrasonic equipment to clean bacteria harboring tartar that is both visible tartar and that hiding under the gumline where problems can fester. Our staff can recommend a preventative program to help keep you pets teeth clean and healthy.
We provide many soft tissue surgical services at our clinic including routine spay and neuters, mass removals, and abdominal exploratory surgeries. We combine modern technology with old-fashioned loving care to make our surgical procedures as safe and stress-free as possible. Our anesthesia team uses the safest and most gentle medications available in combinations that have been tailored for your pet’s individual needs. Monitoring equipment includes pulse oximetry, capnography, blood pressure and ECG. We emphasize pain prevention and management to ensure that your pet’s surgery and recovery are smooth and comfortable.
Orthopedic surgery refers to bone surgery. There are many different situations where bone surgery may be necessary including leg fractures, hip dysplasia, knee problems, etc. Most orthopedic surgeries can be performed at our clinic. Many common procedures are performed by our doctors, but we also have a Board Certified surgeon who will come to our facility to perform complex fracture repairs and other specialized surgeries. When necessary, other procedures may be referred to local specialists. Examples for this might be Total Hip Replacements and Spinal Procedures.
Perhaps the most frightening word to any pet owner is cancer. Whether we have had personal experience with it, or simply know of someone who has dealt with it, cancer is perceived as a hopeless and devastating disease. It is true that cancer is considered to be the number one natural cause of death in geriatric pets. But, within the last 10 years, veterinary medicine has made tremendous advances in the areas of control, support, pain management and even cure of the cancer patient. One aspect of cancer treatment involves the use of specialized drugs that target cancer cells, this is known as chemotherapy. Most chemotherapy can be performed here at Eden Pet Hospital. Please call us for more information on this treatment program.
Eden Pet Hospital contracts with Idexx Laboratories to provide our patients with a full range of laboratory testing. Idexx is an industry leader and has an excellent reputation for high standards of quality control, accuracy and a superb team of veterinary scientists to provide results we can count on as we investigate health issues affecting your pet. But, when time is of the essence, Eden Pet Hospital also has a full Idexx In-House laboratory. This allows us to get quick answers to vital questions about a patient’s chemistries, blood counts, blood gases and even blood clotting parameters.