Specialty Services

Specialty Services

We’re proud of the range of services we offer at Walton Way Veterinary Clinic! We’ve got you covered, from puppies and kittens to graying seniors and from routine care to more complex and specialty services. Read on for information about the many ways we’re here to help your pet. 


Microchipping is a fast, cost-effective way to ensure your pet always has identification. Collars and tags fall off, but microchips last a lifetime! Implanting a microchip can be done at any time and at any age. 

Nutritional Counseling

Like people, pets have diverse needs based on factors like size, age, and health. Maintaining a healthy weight, providing proper nutrition, and ensuring enough exercise are vital for their longevity and well-being. 

Navigating pet nutrition can be overwhelming for pet owners, given the abundance of information and advice available. Our nutritional counseling services aim to alleviate this confusion! Our experienced veterinarians tailor guidance to your pet’s specific requirements, considering species, breed, age, health, and activity level. Pet obesity is a significant issue in the United States, leading to various health problems like diabetes and heart disease. Through our counseling, we simplify dietary recommendations, aiding in weight management and preventing chronic conditions.

Pain Management

One of our goals at Walton Way Veterinary Clinic is to provide the most effective medication and pain management strategy for pets with pain issues. Left untreated, pain reduces the quality of life and can delay recovery from surgery, injury, or illness. 

Pet owners don’t realize that the most common sign of pain is a change in behavior. If you notice your pet exhibiting any of the following symptoms, pain could be the cause: 

Stiffness Decreased activity Lagging behind on walks Difficulty standing up or lying down Pacing, restlessness, biting Limping or walking strangely Avoidance of stairs Trembling Decreased Appetite Unusual vocalizations Hiding or aggression Panting 

If you suspect your pet is in pain, we can help! 


Walton Way Veterinary Clinic is proud to offer advanced diagnostic tools for companion pets, including ultrasound. Ultrasound is an extremely useful, non-invasive diagnostic procedure that produces clear, easy-to-read images that are more detailed than an X-ray. Ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves to create a three-dimensional moving picture of your pet’s internal organs. It is instrumental in examining abdominal organs, discovering abdominal masses, evaluating pregnancies, diagnosing cardiac problems, and finding bladder and kidney stones.

Cardiology Consultations

Walton Way Veterinary Clinic is proud to partner with Palmetto Veterinary Cardiology! Dr. Dan Hall is a board-certified cardiologist who routinely travels to our clinic to provide convenient local and accessible cardiac care. 

Some heart conditions may change and progress over time, and medication changes are often necessary. For pets with chronic heart conditions, routine follow-up evaluations by Dr. Hall help provide the best quality of care and improve the quality of life for your pet.

Consultations include a complete cardiovascular exam, a review of medical records, and imaging. 

Additional services include: 

  • Echocardiography
  • EKG
  • Blood Pressure
  • Thoracocentesis
  • Abdominocentesis

Appointments for Dr. Hall must be made in advance. Please call our office for questions or to schedule an appointment.

Emergency Care

If your pet is experiencing an emergency during our regular business hours, please call (706) 733-2288 to let us know you are on your way with your pet so we can prepare as much as possible.

If your pet experiences an emergency after our regular business hours, please contact: 

BluePearl Pet Hospital
(706) 733-7458
410 Topgolf Way
Augusta, GA 30907 

Euthanasia Services

Our pets provide us with unconditional love, and we are their advocates when it comes to making decisions about their health and well-being. The most difficult of these decisions are often end-of-life decisions.

Deciding when to let go of your beloved companion is a very personal and private decision, but that doesn’t mean you must make this difficult choice alone. We offer compassionate, respectful end-of-life care and counseling services, ensuring you have all the information you need to make the right choice as your pet’s entrusted caregiver.

If you have any questions about our services or don’t see what you need, please call us at (706) 733-2288—we’re here to help!