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Prioritize Wellness Care

As part of your pet’s annual vaccination program, we will give your pet a thorough physical exam. This procedure allows us to determine the overall physical health of your pet. It also allows us to examine your pet closely for problems that may be considered breed specific. This simply means that certain breeds of dogs and cats are pre-disposed to certain problems.

Examinations

Our physical examination will help alert you to potential problems. The physical exam, however, does not allow us to determine the overall health of the internal organs. Only a blood screen will do that. This short procedure will detect any liver and kidney problems as well as check for anemia, diabetes, and infections. We recommend this screening for all pets two to seven years of age. If your pet is seven years or older, ask about our senior care program. As in all health evaluations, early detection is the key as it allows for more and better treatment options. If you have any questions, please feel free to call.

Vaccinations

Pet vaccinations are an essential component to your pet’s good health and preventative care. Pets are susceptible to a host of diseases that vaccinations can prevent. Our hospital specialize in providing the safest and most efficacious vaccines for both dogs and cats. Some of the most important vaccines for dogs include Rabies, Distemper, Adeno virus, Parvo virus, Parainfluenza virus, Leptospirosis and Bordetella. For cats, it is important that they are vaccinated against Rabies, Distemper and Leukemia.