service.jpgSmall Animal Services:

  • Wellness Exams
  • Drop off appointments (See NEW @ bottom of page for description)
  • Preventive care
  • Vaccines
  • Dental Cleanings
  • Fluid Therapy
  • Emergency Services
  • Digital X-ray
  • Dental X-ray
  • In House Lab
  • Rehab/Physio
  • Ultrasound *NEW


  • Soft Tissue
  • Ophthalmic
  • Dental Surgery
  • Otolaryngological
  • Orthopaedic
  • Spays/Neuters

NEW: Needing to get your pets to the vet, but your lack of time Is making it difficult for you?? We have a solution for that!! DROP OFFS!! We offer DROP OFFs upon scheduled appointments with us. You can drop your pet(s) off with us in the morning on your way to work, then schedule to pick them up on your lunch break, or after work. Need vaccines? Need a lump checked out? Has your pet come down with a sickness? Any appointment can be made into a DROP OFF appointment! Give us a call today to schedule your DROP OFF appointment!

We are equip to provide a wide variety of non-elective and elective surgical procedures not limited to soft tissue, ophthalmic, otolaryngological, orthopaedic, spays, and neuters.

Our in house lab services include urinalysis, hematology, blood chemistry, viral, and parasite testing. When necessary we utilize reference veterinary laboratories for specialized diagnostics and consulting. Results for send out diagnostics can be received as soon as 24 hours.

We take pride in our healthcare team, and are committed to providing the personal attention to the unique concerns of each individual patient.

After all, they aren't just pets, they are family!

Species we see: Dogs, cats, birds, rodents, reptiles, rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets, and more!

bird1.jpgWe Now Offer Avian Health Exams for
We also offer other avian services such as: Beak trims, Nail trims, Wing clipping

We are also proud supplier of "Harrisons Organic Bird Food" products: for a brighter healthier bird


Did you know that pet birds need regular grooming and veterinary care just like cats and dogs? Grooming a bird includes clipping wing feathers, trimming claws (nails), and on occasion, smoothing and trimming the beak. A veterinarian or experienced technician can perform this service on an otherwise healthy bird. Some disease states can result in nail and beak problems and consequently all birds should be properly examined at regular intervals every 6 to 12 months to ensure optimal health.
Come visit us to discuss your bird’s health and pick up a complimentary copy of the “Healthy Bird Handbook”.

Our calm bird savvy staff make every experience a fun and educational one!!


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  • "" I love coming to Columbia Summit Vet Hospital, not only do I get treats when I have been good, the staff are great too. I love coming to see Dr. Hunter because he is so nice and when I have to get shots he does them quickly so they aren't painful and after I get treat. I also know that my Furry Cat Sisters love coming too, not as much as I do because they don't like the car ride but they know if they don't feel good Columbia Summit will do everything they can to make it better. Thanks for always taking care of me and my Sisters.""
    Hershey Brown

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