We recommend regular exams for your pet to help your pet stay healthy and enjoy a quality of life. These exams are a nose-to-tail evaluation and age-appropriate assessments of your pet.
Vaccine Preventative Care
Vaccinations are vital to the health and protection of your pet and serve as a preventive measure in combating viral diseases like Parvovirus, Parainfluenza virus, Distemper, Panleukopenia, Feline Leukemia Virus, and Rabies.
Heartworms are transmitted when an infected mosquito bites your pet. Heartworms are parasites that live in the heart and its surrounding blood vessels. The adult heartworm produces offspring called microfilariae, which circulate in the pet’s blood. Unrecognized and untreated heartworm infections can be fatal.
Fleas can transmit an intestinal parasite called tapeworm. Flea infestations can lead to anemia and fleas are also capable of transmitting serious diseases.
Ticks their bites only cause mild irritation or swelling at the site, but other tick bites can infect your pet with serious illnesses. If left untreated, these diseases, such as lyme, can lead to more severe health problems or even be fatal.
Note: If you see a tick and cannot remove it, we will gladly help you. Call us immediately to limit the impact of the tick’s attachment. It’s much safer to have one of our trained professionals remove the tick for you.
Senior Pet Care
As your pet ages, our vets can help you identify early warning signs and take the necessary precautions to keep your senior pet healthy and happy. It’s important to think about their senior years and final stages of life, they require specialized care and age-specific testing to stay healthy and extend longevity.
Vaccinating your pet is a relatively inexpensive but essential way to protect his or her health. In addition to preventing many life-threatening illnesses, vaccinations can prevent diseases prevalent in wildlife and those that can be passed to humans. It’s important to administer vaccinations when pets are puppies and kittens because their young immune systems are still developing and need protection to stay healthy.
For dogs: they include:
- DA2PPV –
For cats: they include: