Primary Location

(402) 895-1001

San Diego


Conditions Treated at Our Clinic

Owning a pet can be one of the most rewarding experiences in one's life, but most pets will require veterinary care at some point. Whether your pet needs to be spayed or neutered or has a dental infection, a veterinarian can help your pet through treatment and recovery. Our veterinarians at Morgan Pet Clinic treat a variety of conditions in Omaha, NE. Let’s look at some of the conditions our team treats.


No matter how clean you keep your home or how well you take care of your pet, parasites can cause harm to your pet. Parasites like fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes, are all dangerous for pets. Mosquitoes can even cause serious and potentially fatal diseases like heartworm. Your pet's treatment plan will likely include preventative measures, which can be administered at your pet's next regular exam. Preventative treatment is helpful, but our veterinary center can also offer treatment if your pet has already been exposed to parasites.


Pet obesity is a major problem, especially because so many people trust their pets to eat as much as they need. Unfortunately, pet obesity is linked to heart disease, arthritis, and diabetes. Cats, dogs, and other pets benefit from healthy diets. The veterinarian will help your pet get on a healthy nutritional plan so it can feel its best while losing weight safely.

Poison and Toxic Exposure

Exposure or ingestion of toxic substances can be fatal. Pets who have been exposed to poisons, including chocolate or motor oil, need medical care immediately. A veterinary emergency clinic provides care when other offices are unavailable to help your pet.

Dental Care

Our team can help your pet treat common dental issues. Cats, dogs, and even rodents benefit from treatment for periodontal disease. Broken teeth, rotting teeth, and abscesses are all good reasons to bring your pet to a clinic that offers dental care. Dental care may involve a simple exam or dental surgery. Dental surgery will involve cleaning the teeth and performing surgery to remove the teeth that are negatively impacted by an infection.

Schedule Veterinary Care in Omaha, NE

Our team at Morgan Pet Clinic treats a variety of conditions that affect pets in Omaha. If you are looking for a veterinarian you can trust with your pet's care, contact our office. We are here to help you with the biggest struggles your pet may face. Call our team today at (402) 895-1001 or reach us through our website by using our online contact form.