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Dog Dry Needling

Dry Needling

What is Dry Needling for Dogs?

At Plymouth Veterinary Hospital, we offer a unique form of physical therapy that helps decrease musculoskeletal pain in dogs!

In canine physical therapy, numerous manual therapies are utilized to decrease a pet's musculoskeletal pain. Trigger point dry needling is such a technique. Therapeutic, trigger point dry needling aims to reduce your dog's myofascial pain caused by myofascial trigger points and the resulting muscle spasm and dysfunction.

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Puppy Flea and Tick Prevention

Flea and tick preventatives at Plymouth IN vet

Flea and Tick Prevention for Your New Puppy

After you have welcomed a new puppy into your home, it is essential to use all available resources to set your puppy up for a long and happy life. That includes getting all required and vaccinations for your puppy, continuing the socialization process, and initiating a regimen of preventive care, including heartworm preventatives and flea and tick treatments and medication.

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Heartworm Prevention

At Plymouth Veterinary Hospital, we offer Proheart 12 injection as a safe alternative for healthy dogs 1 year and older. 

What is ProHeart 12?

ProHeart 12 is the only FDA-approved product that prevents heartworm disease in dogs for 1 full year with just 1 shot given by your veterinarian. At the time of the shot, ProHeart 12 also treats hookworms.* ProHeart 12 is for use in healthy dogs 12 months of age and older.

*ProHeart 12 is indicated for the treatment of existing larval and adult hookworm (Ancylostoma caninum and Uncinaria stenocephala) infections.

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Senior Dog Services

Senior Dog Care

Older dogs require preventive care; their age can lead to physical and mental changes that may need additional attention from us.

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Dog Microchipping

What is Dog Microchip?

At Plymouth Veterinary Hospital, we use Home Again microchips for permanently identifying your dog. A dog microchip—the size of a grain of rice—goes beneath your dog's skin. This permanent ID can never be removed or become impossible to read. Home Again uses this ID to contact you and reunite you with your dog.

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Pain Management for Dogs

Pain Management in Dogs

Seeing your dog in pain can be hard to handle. Whether they have a sore paw, or they've been stung by a bee, you don't want to watch them suffering in any way. That is why at Plymouth Veterinary Hospital, we can tailor a pain management protocol to suit your dog's best needs. We will perform an examination, and we can better pinpoint the source of pain.

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Dog Nutritional Health

dog nutrition

When it comes to nutrition, there's a lot of misleading information out there — that's why it's more important than ever that you have the facts you need to make informed decisions about your dog's health.

At Plymouth Veterinary Hospital, we support you in making the best nutritional decisions for your dog. We offer a wide array of prescription diets to help your dog if they are having health issues, we can also recommend diets that are best suited for your dog’s needs.

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Dog Regenerative Medicine

regenerative therapy for dogs

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy

At Plymouth Veterinary Hospital, we are offering regenerative medicine as a cost-effective, proven, long-lasting healing, and pain relief utilizing your dog’s cells. Regenerative medicine offers a drug-free, minimally invasive solution to acute and chronic orthopedic and soft tissue injuries, treating your patient from the inside out.


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