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Pet Dental Care and Vet Wellness Services in Conway, AR | Vilonia Animal Clinic
As a small animal general practice, we are experienced in providing comprehensive veterinary care to our patients – from the first puppy or kitten visit, through young adulthood and middle age, into the senior years and to end of life care. We partner with our clients in making informed, compassionate decisions in all these stages of life. From pet dental care to vet wellness services, our office is dedicated to delivering the best veterinary care in Conway, AR!


At Vilonia Animal Clinic, we believe in preventative care. Just as humans should visit their doctor regularly for wellness visits, so should your pet. Wellness visits allow the doctors to perform full physical and dental exams and perform routine testing and administer appropriate vaccines. It is also a time to discuss your pet’s diet, lifestyle changes, behavior changes or issues, and discuss routine medications and supplements and help determine if adjustments are necessary.
Adult Canine Annual Wellness Package
  • Complete Physical Exam
  • Heartworm Test with Tick Profile Screen
  • Intestinal Parasite Screen
  • Rabies Vaccination
  • DHAPP/CV Vaccination
  • Lyme Disease Vaccination
Adult Feline Annual Wellness Package
  • Complete Physical Examination
  • Intestinal Parasite Treatment
  • Rabies Vaccination
  • FVRCP Vaccination
  • Feline Leukemia Vaccination
At what age do puppies and kittens need their first wellness visit and vaccines?
A: 6 weeks


Surgery can be especially stressful for both you and your pet, but we can alleviate some worries. Our doctors recommend pre-anesthetic blood work prior to surgical procedures. For certain patients, the doctors might recommend or require other testing, such as an ECG.

In addition to electrical monitoring, your pet will be assigned a technician to monitor anesthesia level, heart rate, and respiration throughout surgery and recovery

Here are some of the surgical procedures we perform:

  • Soft Tissue
  • Canine/Feline Ovariohysterectomy (Spay)
  • Canine/Feline (Neuter)
  • Cystotomies (Bladder Stones)
  • Exploratory Celiotomies
  • Cesarean Section
  • Orthopedic
  • External Fixators
  • Amputations
  • Patella Luxation Repair
  • Trochleoplasty
  • FHO (Femoral Head Ostectomy)
  • Cruciate Repair
  • Ophthalmic
  • Third Eyelid Gland Correction (Cherry Eye)
  • Tarsorrhaphy
  • Ophthalmic Enucleation
  • Entropion Repair
  • Ectropion Repair
  • Dental
  • Extraction with Gingival Flap
  • Deciduous Tooth Extractions
  • Gingival Resection
  • Basic Mandibular Fracture Repair
  • At what age should puppies and kittens be spayed or neutered?
    Between 4 and 6 months of age. It may be recommended for certain large breed male dogs to be neutered closer to 1 year of age.

    Medical Services


    Ultrasounds are a safe, non-invasive diagnostic imaging technique that uses sound waves to examine your pet’s internal organs. The ultrasound is used to monitor pregnancy, in urine collection, bladder stone detection and in conjunction with radiographs when evaluating the chest and abdomen.

    Digital Radiology (X-Ray)

    Vilonia Animal Clinic uses our in-house digital radiography system as a primary, non-invasive tool to evaluate your pet’s bones and organs. X-Rays are useful in diagnosing:

  • Fractures
  • Dislocated Joints
  • Pregnancy
  • Foreign Object Ingestion/Obstruction
  • Impaction
  • Pneumonia
  • Heart Disease
  • Mass(es) in Abdomen or chest
  • Bladder Stones
  • OFA and PennHip Certification
  • Why does my dog need to be sedated for OFA or PennHIP radiographs?

    Sedation allows for the best patient positioning with minimal repeat radiographs (less radiation exposure) and the best representation of the hip status.

    Low-Level Laser & LED Light Therapy

    Low-level lasers and LEDs produce a harmless, soothing laser beam of light that when used properly, can stimulate healing, resolve inflammation, and reduce pain. This therapy can treat:

  • Osteoarthritis & Degenerative Disc Disease
  • Muscle, Tendon, & Ligament Injuries
  • Wound Healing
  • Eye Injuries
  • Chronic Renal Disease
  • Other Medical Issues Involving
  • Inflammation & Pain
  • Dental Care

    Proper Dental care and treatment are vital to your pets long-term health. Did you know that periodontal disease affects over 75% of dogs and cats over the age of three?

    When left untreated, this can lead to:
    • Halitosis (Bad Breath)
    • Pain
    • Tooth Decay or Loss
    • Metabolic Disease (kidney & Liver Problems)
    Good oral health can add years to your pet’s life and will improve their overall quality of life. All of our dental cleanings include ultrasonic scaling, high-speed polishing, and barrier sealant. We also have the tools and experience to perform extractions and more advanced oral surgery if needed.
    At what age should my dog have the first dental cleaning?

    It depends on the dog’s genetics. Some dogs will need their first cleaning around the age of 3 years. Other dogs may start much later. It is important to have their teeth examined annually.

    Pharmacy & Lab Services

    Complete Pharmacy

    Our in-clinic pharmacy allows you to take home your pet’s medication with you after an appointment or hospital stay. We keep on hand the medications, nutraceuticals, heartworm preventatives, flea/tick control products, and medicated shampoos we recommend. We have an in-house veterinary laboratory to help our doctors quickly assess your pet’s condition, as well as a comprehensive reference lab.

    We also recommend you check out our online pharmacy for your pet’s long-term medications, supplements and prescription and other diets.

    What are the most common lab tests performed at veterinary clinics?

    Fecal evaluation, heartworm test, complete blood counts, urinalysis and chemistry panels to evaluate kidney and liver function.

    Non-Medical Services:

    Our staff is trained to provide a variety of other services to help busy pet parents and to help patients look and feel better.

    • Baths – includes basic brushing, nail trim,
    • ear cleaning, and blow drying
    • Medicated Baths
    • Nail Trims and Nail Trims with Dremel
    • Anal Gland Expression
    • Ear Cleaning
    • Microchipping
    • Medical Shave Downs
    Why does my dog need to have his/her anal glands expressed?

    If a dog’s anal glands are not expressing properly when they have a bowel movement, the glands will become full, impacted, and then infected. Due to abnormal anal tone, diet, or various inflammatory conditions, many dogs need their anal glands manually expressed every few weeks to prevent serious issues.

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    If you have any questions about the services we offer or to schedule an appointment for your four-legged-friend, give us a call today! We are happy to help in any way that we can.


    Vilonia Animal Clinic
    785 US-64 Business
    Conway, AR 72032


    Text or Call: 501-796-8400
    Fax: 501-796-2973


    Monday, Wednesday, Friday:

    7:30 AM - 5:30 PM

    Tuesday, Thursday:

    7:30 AM - 7:30 PM

    Saturday - Sunday:


    Closed everyday from 11:45 AM to - 1:00 PM for lunch.


    Vilonia Animal Clinic
    785 US-64 Business
    Conway, AR 72032


    Text or Call: 501-796-8400
    Fax: 501-796-2973


    Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 7:30 AM - 5:30 PM
    Tuesday, Thursday: 7:30 AM - 7:30 PM
    Saturday - Sunday: Closed

    We are closed everyday from 11:45 AM to - 1:00 PM for lunch.