Our Services

Our Services

High quality and affordable preventative, surgical, and sick visit care for dogs and cats with on-site diagnostic equipment to meet all of your pet’s medical needs.

Pet Exams

Wellness Exams

Parasite Prevention

Pet Allergies

Pet Dentistry

Veterinary Diagnostics

Pet Microchipping

Pet Surgery

The Vitality Convenience Promise

Vitality Veterinary believes in offering affordable pet care when you need it the most. We accept walk-in appointments for wellness and illness exams everyday-including weekends! Have a busy day ahead of you? No problem. Drop your pet off for their exam and pick them up at your convenience. Our caring staff is here for you and your fur baby!

Allergy Help for Dogs & Cats

Allergy triggers in cats and dogs can be tricky to diagnose. Allergy-induced skin conditions are the most common reasons we see pets. Pets suffer from allergies throughout the United States, but it tends to be worse in southern states. Allergens affect pets just as they do humans. Your dog or cat may experience itching, scratching and hot spots – these are all allergy indicators. Pet allergies are common and treatable. However, left untreated, they can become a serious health condition for your pet.

Types of Allergies in Dogs and Cats:

Flea – Flea bites cause an intense allergic reaction resulting in itchy skin.

Food – Something in your pet’s diet triggers reactions such as itchy skin, diarrhea or other gastrointestinal problems…even behavioral problems.

Environmental – An allergen or foreign substance is inhaled or makes contact with the skin causing extremely itchy skin. This can lead to skin infections or skin injuries from excessive scratching. Common triggers are trees, grass, weed pollens, mold, and dust. Environmental allergies in pets are typically seasonal.


What are common allergens in dogs & cats?

  • Tree Pollen
  • Dust Mites
  • Fleas
  • Grasses
  • Mold
  • Cockroaches
  • Cleaning Products
  • Perfumes
  • Household materials and fabrics


What are common allergy symptoms?

  • Itchy, red skin
  • Hives
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Ear infections
  • Noticeable increase in scratching
  • Constant chewing or licking of paws.


How do we treat cats & dogs with allergies?

After identifying the allergen, we develop a program to eliminate the source of the allergen in your pet’s environment. After a thorough exam and testing, our vets may prescribe one of the following relief options for your pet:

• Antihistamines combined with essential fatty acids

  • Anti-itch conditioners
  • Topical steroid sprays
  • Oral steroids
  • Anti-itch prescriptions

  • Oral or injectable immunotherapy
  • Recommend an evaluation by a board-certified veterinary dermatologist
  • A prescription diet food

Itchy, grumpy pet?

Book an appointment today!


Clients Have To Say

This location is super professional and loving to my pup. He had to stay overnight. They let me call as many times as I wanted to check on him. The staff is always full of life and super helpful.

Liria Lozano
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