There are 3 plans available, with the potential to save up to 25% on the puppy set series of vaccines, and an additional discount on the puppies microchip, and the spay/neuter. Give us a call to inquire about which plan would fit your pet's needs the best.
Our doctors don't follow a 'one size fits all' protocol for preventive health care. We treat each patient as an individual, and recommend the best possible vaccine and parasite protocols for that particular pet. We recommend comprehensive physical exams annually for pets less than 8 years of age, and every six months for our older and geriatric pets.
We will discuss your pet’s overall health and any concerns that you may have, including nutrition, parasite testing and prevention, and dental health. When indicated, we offer an array of diagnostics, such as blood and urine testing, blood pressure monitoring, and advanced Imaging to enhance our examination findings. Senior health care is especially important for those pets enjoying their golden years. When diseases are caught early, they are often more easily managed and have better outcomes. Thanks to advances in veterinary medicine, pets are living longer, healthier lives than ever before. For more senior health information, please refer to this American Animal Hospital article about senior pet care.
We strive to prevent infectious diseases whenever possible, and routine immunizations are a very important part of your pet’s wellness. While immunizations are considered routine, they are still a medical procedure, and are administered only after a complete physical examination. We tailor our vaccination recommendations to your pet’s specific needs based on travel history, age, and lifestyle. In some dogs we may recommend a blood test to see if your pet has developed adequate protection against distemper and parvovirus infections.