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Beginning Preventative Care for Puppies

To ensure that your puppy receives complete preventative care to protect against disease, we recommend a series of three visits. During these visits, your puppy will receive all vaccinations needed to maintain good health. In addition, a veterinarian will thoroughly examine your puppy to identify any potential problems. Because your puppy’s health and well-being will depend on more than just vaccinations, we will sit down and talk with you about caring for your puppy, training and behavior concerns, and answer any questions you might have.Puppy Series Visits consist of comprehensive Physical Exam, Internal parasite (worm) testing & treatment Pet owner counseling regarding pet care, behavior problems and socialization Microchipping, Vaccinations, which may include: Distemper Canine Parvovirus Adenovirus Bordetella Leptospirosis

Maintaining the Health of Your Adult Dog

In order to maintain your dog’s health, we recommend the following annual preventative healthcare: Comprehensive Physical Exam to detect signs of disease, illness or aging concerns Intestinal parasite (worm) testing Heart worm preventative medication Vaccinations, which may include: DHLPP to protect against Distemper, Canine Hepatitis/Adenovirus Type 1 & 2, Canine Parainfluenza, Leptospirosis, Canine Parvovirus Rabies vaccine Bordetella vaccine for kennel cough All dogs benefit from yearly physical examinations that include a fecal examination for intestinal parasites, and a heart worm test (blood test) for adult heart worms. An annual physical examination and yearly report from the owner can help our veterinarians detect health conditions at an early stage.Caring for your pet while he or she is healthy is more cost effective and creates happy, healthy pets.

Preventative Care for Kittens

To ensure that your kitten receives complete preventative care to protect against disease, we recommend a series of visits.During these visits, your kitten will receive all vaccinations needed to maintain good health. In addition, a veterinarian will thoroughly examine your kitten to identify any potential problems.Because your kitten’s health and well-being will depend on more than just vaccinations, we will sit down and talk with you about caring for your kitten, behavior issues, and answer any questions you might have.
Kitten Series Visits consist of

  • Comprehensive Physical Exam

  • Internal parasite (worm) testing & treatment

  • Pet owner counseling regarding pet care, behavior problems and socialization

  • Microchipping

  • Vaccinations, which may include:

  • Feline Calicivirus

  • Feline Rhinotracheitis

  • Rabies

  • Panleukopenia

Maintaining the Health of Your Adult Cat:

In order to maintain your cat’s health, we recommend the following annual preventative healthcare: Comprehensive Physical Exam to detect signs of disease, illness or aging concerns

  • Intestinal parasite (worm) testing

  • Vaccinations, which may include:

Feline Distemper

To protect against feline respiratory diseases (Rhinotracheitis and Calicivirus) and Panleukopenia (Distemper)

Rabies vaccine

All cats benefit from yearly physical examinations that include a fecal examination for intestinal parasites. An annual physicalexamination and yearly report from the owner can help our veterinarians detect health conditions at an early stage. Caring for your pet while it is healthy is more cost effective and creates happy, healthy pets.