Puppies & Kittens

Puppies and Kittens need additional visits as their immune system is maturing as they grow. Here is an example of what preventative medicine to expect for puppies and kittens during their first year of life.

 

8 Weeks

  • Comprehensive Physical Examination
  • Weight &Body Condition Score
  • Vaccinations
  • Discuss puppy’s environment, diet, behavior and dental care
  • Deworming
  • Heartworm Prevention & Flea and Tick Prevention

 

 

12 Weeks

  • Comprehensive Physical Examination
  • Weight
  • Body Condition Score
  • Vaccinations
  • Discuss puppy’s environment, diet, behavior
  • Check Fecal Sample
  • Deworming
  • Dental Examination

 

16 Weeks

  • Comprehensive Physical Examination
  • Weight
  • Body Condition Score
  • Nutritional Assessment
  • Behavior Assessment
  • Vaccinations
  • Check Fecal Sample
  • Deworming
  • Dental Examination

 

4 - 6 Months

  • Spay or Neuter
  • Presurgical blood work
  • Heartworm Prevention
  • Flea and Tick Prevention  

Adult Pets

Seventy-five percent of pets over the age of three have dental disease. Dogs and cats are not supposed to have bad breath. Dental plaque, oral diseases, and other conditions can cause bad breath. Brushing your pet’s teeth, using dental products and having regular dental cleanings are beneficial for your pet and your pocketbook. Advanced dental disease can be painful to your pet and costly to treat.

 

1 - 4 Years

  • Comprehensive Physical Examination
  • Weight
  • Body Condition Score
  • Nutritional Assessment
  • Behavior Assessment
  • Heartworm Test and Prevention
  • Check Fecal Exam
  • Deworming
  • Vaccinations
  • Flea and Tick Prevention
  • Dental Cleaning when needed
  • Wellness and/or Preanesthetic Blood Work
  • Check Urine Sample

Senior at Seven

“ Senior at Seven”

Pets age much faster then people do. Most pets are considered seniors at seven years of age. Pets should visit a veterinarian twice a year throughout their senior lives.

 

5 Years and Beyond

  • Twice-a-year physical examinations
  • Weight
  • Body Condition Score
  • Nutritional Assessment
  • Behavior Assessment
  • Heartworm Test and Prevention
  • Check Fecal Exam
  • Deworming
  • Vaccinations
  • Flea and Tick Prevention
  • Dental Cleaning when needed
  • Complete Blood Count and Serum Chemistry Panel
  • Check Urine Sample
  • Thyroid Check

 

Optional Senior Wellness Tests

  • ECG
  • Blood Pressure Measurement
  • Eye Pressure Measurement
  • Abdominal Radiographs
  • Thoracic (chest) Radiographs