About Central Veterinary Hospital
Providing Comfort for Your Best Friend in Fremont
The doctors and staff at Central Veterinary Hospital regularly receive training in the latest anesthetics, medications and techniques to control pain in companion animals. We take a proactive approach, providing appropriate pain medication before, during and after every surgery. You also will receive written home-care instructions and any continuing pain medication to help your pet rest comfortably at home for faster healing.
Fresher Breath Means Longer Life
We can help turn doggy breath into puppy kisses with diets that have dental benefits, home-care products, from pet toothbrushes to chews, and professional dental cleanings as recommended by your CVH doctor. Research shows that preventive dental care can add years to a pet’s life. Because 85 percent of pets have periodontal disease, we check your pet’s teeth and gums during every wellness exam and assign a grade of dental disease. If left untreated, dental disease can lead to pain, bad breath, tooth loss and serious medical conditions. Chronic infection in the mouth can spread harmful bacteria to the bloodstream, infecting the heart, lungs, liver and kidneys. For professional dental cleanings, we use the safest anesthesia available, monitoring, IV catheters, ultrasonic polishing and scaling instruments, fluoride, antibiotics to treat infection and pain medication to ensure comfort.
Central Veterinary Hospital is equipped with the same sophisticated diagnostic equipment that you’ll find in human hospitals. This lets us provide fast answers for emergencies and the convenience of receiving test results during wellness exams.