Annual physicals for our young patients, and biannual physicals for our senior patients.
Senior pets are considered 8 and older for dogs and 10 and older for cats.
Spay or neuter your pet.
Not only is it healthy for your pet, but we must help control the pet population. Talk with one of the veterinarians about what the best time to spay or neuter your pet is.
Test a stool sample at least annually for internal parasites.
Certain parasites can be contagious to people, and can cause serious disease.
Vaccinations tailored to your pets lifestyle.
There are some vaccines that we strongly feel every animal should have regardless of lifestyle. Did you know that both Distemper and canine Rabies vaccine can be given every 3 years?
Flea and Tick prevention year round.
In our area, fleas and ticks survive through the winter unless snow is on the ground. Tick-borne diseases, like Lyme disease, are a serious problem.
Heartworm prevention year round for dogs and cats.
Senior Pet blood screens to monitor the health of your pet.
Preventive dental care and in-hospital dental care.
Dental disease is a serious problem in our pets. It can affect their overall health.
Healthy diet and exercise.
This means food approved by AAFCO feeding trials.
A routine exercise regimen helps prevent obesity, which is a major problem affecting our pets.