Our Mission Statement
To create a balanced and preventative ocular health care plan based on a thorough ophthalmic examination and recognition of each patient as a whole and unique individual.
We intend to reinforce our commitment daily by:
- Honoring the relationship between our clients and their pets
- Providing the highest quality ophthalmic care and actively engaging clients in their pet’s health care treatment plan
- Promoting education about veterinary ophthalmology and preventative care
- Integrating conventional (‘Western’) and complementary (‘Eastern’) therapies when indicated and appropriate
- Cultivating a positive atmosphere and always maintaining our integrity
About Veterinary Ophthalmology
A veterinary ophthalmologist is a board-certified specialist trained in the medical and surgical treatment of diseases of the animal eye. In addition to obtaining undergraduate (four years) and veterinary (four years) degrees, one typically completes a general internship (one year) followed by a residency specifically in veterinary ophthalmology (three years).