Proactive and Positive
PET WELLNESS & VACCINES
Keeping your pet healthy is our top priority and a comprehensive annual physical examination is the single best thing you can do to ensure your pets’ health. Diagnosing health problems before they progress – often before symptoms even appear – greatly improves the chance of a successful outcome. Because of that, for older pets we recommend a physical exam every six months to minimize the risk of potential issues. During the examination the doctor will listen to your pets’ heart and lungs, check his eyes, ears, teeth, etc., discuss any recommended diagnostics and answer any questions you may have about his physical or mental health.
While vaccinations are an important part of maintaining animal health, our doctors will work with you to determine which vaccines are appropriate for your individual pet. Vaccine recommendations may vary depending on your pets’ age, lifestyle and risk factors for various diseases.
PUPPY AND KITTEN VACCINE PACKAGES
Start your pet off on the right paw
We know how important your pet is, which is why we want to start them off with the vaccines appropriate for their lifestyle. See our discount vaccine packages below.
Puppy Package A ($147) for Pups 6-8 weeks old
Includes: 2 Physical Exams, 1 Technician Visit, 3 DA2PP, 2 Leptospirosis, 1 Bordatella and Rabies vaccinations. Two deworming doses and 1 month of heartworm prevention
Puppy Package B ($127) for Pups who have previously had at least 1 set of shots and are >8weeks
Includes: 2 Physical Exams,2 DA2PP, 2 Leptospirosis, 1 Bordatella and Rabies vaccinations. Two deworming doses and 1 month of heartworm prevention
Kitten Package A ($147) for Kittens 6-8 weeks old
Includes: 2 Physical Exams, 1 Technician Visit, 3 FVRCP, 2 FeLV and Rabies vaccinations. As well as two deworming doses
Kitten Package B ($125)for Kittens who have had at least 1 set of shots and are >8weeks
Includes: 2 Physical Exams, 2 FVRCP, 2 FeLV and Rabies vaccinations. As well as two deworming doses
Essential Oral Care
Dental health affects more than your pets’ ability to chew. Excessive tartar and gingivitis (infection of the gums) can result in a shower of bacteria being spread throughout your pets’ body, affecting not just the mouth but also the heart, lungs, liver, kidney and other vital organs. Loose teeth can also cause pain. We encourage regular brushing and providing your pets with toys and treats that promote good dental health, but most pets will still eventually benefit from a dental cleaning. Using the same equipment as human hygienists, your pets’ teeth are cleaned using both ultrasonic de-scalers and by hand scaling, followed by a high-speed polish.
Routine dental procedures are performed with the pet under general anesthesia
There will occasionally be a rare pet for whom anesthesia is not a viable option, and for those pets we offer anesthesia-free teeth cleanings 4 times a year.