Dental Care

One of the most common health issues in veterinary medicine is Periodontal disease. Studies have shown that up to 80% of dogs over the age of 3 could possibly have this disease. Smaller breeds and older dogs have a much higher chance of getting this disease.

Our hospital offers routine and emergency dental cleanings, extractions, and preventative care.


Allergies and other skin issues are a common problem with some pets. We are experienced in diagnosing and treating skin issues ranging from flea or food allergies, as well as contact allergens such as dust and grass. We offer several different options to treat allergies such as apoquel, cytopoint, and immunotherapy. We also offer allergy testing that we can send off and get to the root of the problem.


One of the most valuable diagnostic tools in veterinary medicine is radiology. As we strive to offer the highest quality medicine and diagnostic testing, we are pleased to offer radiology services as a means of providing excellent care to our patients both large and small.

Ear Crop

Ear cropping is an elective surgery that we offer at our clinic to certain breeds such as American Bullies, Pit Bulls, Cane Corsos, Schnauzers, Boxers, Dobermans, Miniature Pinschers, Boston Terriers, and Great Danes. Ear crops are done between 11 and 15 weeks. Please give us a call so we can schedule your free ear crop consultation with one of our doctors. Aftercare and consultations are provided for this service.

Emergency Services

Many times, pet emergencies do not occur during normal business hours. We refer all after-hours emergency cases to the Animal Emergency Center of NE LA, located at 2005 N Seventh St, West Monroe, LA 71291. If your pet has an issue when our clinic is closed, please call the Animal Emergency Center at 318.410.0555.


Grooming is now offered for dogs and cats Tuesdays and Thursdays. Our groomer can do a full service groom with breed specific cuts! Our full service grooms include a trim/cut, bath, nail trim, and ear cleaning. Medicated baths or flea and tick baths are available for your furry friends. For your double coated dogs, we offer shed control baths, blow-out and brush! Give us a call for prices and to schedule your groom!

Heartworm Testing

Heartworms are deadly parasites that are very common in Louisiana, which infect both dogs and cats. Heartworms are transmitted when a mosquito bites an animal infected with heartworms, and then bites an uninfected animal, passing the parasite along to them. Heartworms can be treated in canines, but there is no treatment available for felines.

Heartworm prevention is always less expensive and more effective than treatment, and preventative medications are available at All Creatures. If you suspect your pet may have heartworms or wish to begin your dog or cat on heartworm prevention, please call the caring staff at All Creatures Animal Care today.

Hospice and Euthanasia Services

Hospice service is available when your pet needs medication and constant monitoring. We are able to monitor them throughout the day and make sure they are comfortable in their time of need.

You do not have to make these difficult decisions on your own. Our staff can talk about the different choices that you may encounter with an elderly, sick, or terminally ill pets.

We also offer cremation for your pet, whether you would like to receive their remains back or not. Our clinic also offers at home euthanasia in certain circumstances.

In-Clinic Diagnostics

We offer a complete full service diagnostic lab in clinic.   In the past, important diagnostic tests had to be sent to an outside diagnostic laboratory for analysis, but our machines provide our doctors results typically within an hour so treatment can begin immediately if needed for your pet.


Our clinic uses an intensive care approach to animals who require hospitalization. We are also equipped for critical care/hospitalization of reptiles, birds, and other exotics.

Large Animal Services

We understand that not all animal’s needs are small. Our clinic is pleased to offer large animal services to the northeast Louisiana area; and manage most surgical, dental, herd health, and reproductive services. For our clients with larger animals that need help on site, farm calls are available and we will come to you!

If you have bovine or equine needs, call our clinic to schedule your farm call or get a quote.

Large Animal Acupuncture

Veterinary acupuncture is recognized by the American Veterinary Medical Association as a valid treatment modality within the practice of veterinary medicine and surgery and is supported with numerous positive results from clinical research. It is safe, nonpharmacologic, and well-tolerated in most patients. Acupuncture can treat a large variety of conditions, and is most utilized for pain control in our veterinary patients. It works by inserting fine, sterile needles in the body to stimulate neurovascular bundles, nerve branches, and motor endplates throughout the body. Local micro-trauma and vasodilation improve local circulation and catalyze healing. This stimulates healing of some conditions and provides pain relief in others. It is especially useful in cases where a patient is not responsive to Western medicine or when a patient’s systemic organ health is not amenable to medication. Additionally, regular acupuncture treatments can be used to prevent and treat minor injuries to keep the musculoskeletal system resistant to injury. Dr. Wong is a certified veterinary medical acupuncturist (cVMA). She has had good experience with treating rodeo bucking bulls for lameness, sport horses, and geriatric equines with chronic pain, as well as in small animals for constipation and chronic pain.

Nutritional Counseling

Nutrition plays an important role in your pets quality of life and well being. Our staff offers nutritional counseling for all pets large and small. Exotic nutrition can be tricky so let us help you take out the guesswork!


Our clinic takes its goal of providing the best standard of care by providing a pharmacy in our clinic. Advantages to having a pharmacy on-site are not only having the medication ready for your pet before you leave our clinic, but also having the best medicines available directly from the manufacturer. Our clinic pharmacy carries antibiotics, flea preventatives, heartworm preventatives, steroids and pain medicine.

We also offer an online store to our clients! Get our recommended medications, diets and supplies delivered to your home.  With scheduling options and free shipping on most orders, our store offers the convenience of shopping online, while keeping sales in our community. Medication can only be sold if we have seen your pet for this problem and prescribed medication by the doctor. Please see the link below to visit our online store!

Reproductive Services

Our doctors work with breeders to ensure safe, healthy and profitable litters. Progesterone testing is available to make sure your female is ready for breeding. We can provide semen collection from males and laparoscopic insemination for females whether it is through surgery or insertion. We are able to ship semen collected from your male dog, but we are not storing semen at this time.  Our staff will monitor the health of the mother throughout her pregnancy and address any issues that may arise from carrying a litter. Once it is time to deliver our doctors will either perform the delivery in-house or make sure that you as the owner have all the information needed to ensure a safe delivery process. In some cases, cesarean sections (also known as c-sections) are needed and those are done within our surgical suite.

Reptiles & Exotics

When we say “all creatures”, we mean ALL creatures! Our doctors are specialized in any living creature. From snakes, frogs, birds, ferrets (and many many more), our doctors know that special care and attention must be given to these exotic animals.

Surgical Services

All Creatures Animal Care is equipped with a state-of-the-art surgical suite located within our clinic. Our doctors are highly trained in all types of surgery including:

  • Spay and Neuters
  • Declawing
  • Ocular Surgeries
  • Oral Surgery
  • Mass Removals
  • Orthopedics
  • IM pins
  • Tail docks
  • Exploratory
  • Cruciate repair
  • Ear Crop

Before your pet has surgery, our veterinarian will do a complete physical exam and any pre-op blood work or lab studies will be completed before your animal is sedated for surgery.


Ultrasound is a test that is done on the soft tissues and organs in the body. We are able to tell the size and function of the heart, organ texture and size, musculoskeletal injury, and even find embryos if your animal is pregnant.


Wellness Programs

Our clinic strives to care for your pet from all throughout their life. Wellness examinations help us establish a relationship with you and your pet. Through your pet’s physical examinations, other wellness procedures, and our consultations with you, we get to know your pet and learn about his or her lifestyle, personality, health risks, home environment, and other important information. We recommend Yearly wellness check ups for your pet.

Equine Molar Float

Equine odontoplasty or “floating” is an essential dental procedure that all equines should get at least once a year, like vaccinations and annual examinations. Common issues that may warrant an oral examination with a float procedure include difficulties keeping weight on, chewing on the bit, head shaking, blood tinged saliva after riding, nasal discharge, odor, facial tilts, and long fiber stems in the feces. Uneven wear of the teeth will form sharp enamel points that cut the cheeks and tongue, which often leads to decreased feed intake due to pain and behavioral issues when being ridden.

By maintaining proper dental conformation, complicated issues such as impaction colic, painful facial abscesses, tooth fractures, and loss of teeth can be avoided, thus providing a better quality of life and longevity for the horse. A horse’s teeth will grow continuously throughout its life. A small, otherwise unnoticeable problem in dental conformation will become larger in time due to a horse’s continually growing dentition. Correction via float before these problems become large and complicated is the best way to avoid these problems.

Yearly dental exams in horses should begin when they turn 2-3 years old, when caps, or “baby teeth” are being lost. During the float procedure, a combination of hand tools/power tools are used to round out sharp edges and restore proper tooth conformation.

Preg Check- Equine and Bovine

Checking for pregnancy is done with both hand palpation and an ultrasound. “Preg check” is vital to maintaining a producer’s investment in both equine and bovine reproduction. In cattle, knowing what stage of pregnancy is important to herd management to reduce scours and pneumonia (the most common calf ailments). Cows that have an imminent calving should be placed in dry, clean pastures, seperate from their regular pasture, to best protect new calves with a lower immune system. Cows that do not produce calves are an investment loss. Producers that continue to feed an infertile cow will lose money when they could have been feeding a cow that provides a replacement heifer or calf. Cattle have a gestation period average of 283 days, or a little over nine months.

In the mare, a 14 day pregnancy check is standard to the post breeding date. The presence of twins can jeopardize the life of a mare and her embryos, and a life-saving “twin reduction” procedure can be done to save the mare and foal. Horses have a gestation period of 340 days, or a little over eleven months. If any concerns at any time during a mare’s pregnancy arise, ultrasound can be used to determine viability. During an ultrasound evaluation of the mare, a veterinarian can also determine a mare’s reproductive potential by her vulvar confirmation and by identifying abnormalities within the reproductive tract (such as fluids, cysts, and urine pooling).

A pregnancy can be detected as early as:

  • Bovine- as early as 30 days
  • Equine- as early as 14 days.

Bovine Dystocia

Dystocia, or difficult birthing, is a common reproductive problem in cattle. Heifers, or first time bovine mothers, are at the highest risk. Difficult birthing can be caused by disproportionate dam-fetus size, fetuses that have their body parts twisted, backwards, or otherwise different from the typical “diving position” that a typical calf delivery occurs, an exhausted dam, and more. There are three stages of labor, put simply: Stage 1- cervical dilation (“water breaking”), Stage 2- active delivery, and Stage 3- shedding of placenta. On average, a normal delivery should progress to the next stage within an hour. If you believe that a cow has been trying to calf and does not deliver within 4 hours, please contact All Creatures Animal Care. Quick intervention for the best chances at life for the mother and dam is crucial during this critical time. In the case that the calf has died within the mother, removal of the calf with follow-up management by a veterinarian is also important to prevent severe infection in the dam.

Death of calves and sometimes their dams with subsequent loss in calf crop and profit is possible during this difficult delivery, so every effort by the producers to avoid this should be made. Consultation with a veterinarian to avoid dystocia can be scheduled. If one does find themself in a dystocia situation, please contact All Creatures Animal Care for further assistance.