Checkups for Puppies & Kittens
New puppies and kittens require a thorough physical exam, as well as the necessary vaccinations and preventative products to ensure a healthy start. A fecal test to screen for intestinal parasites is also recommended. At the first visit, we give out a puppy or kitten kit containing educational materials and appropriate samples to help get your new addition started off on the right foot.
Once your puppy or kitten's initial checkup is complete, you'll return periodically (every 3-4 weeks) for his or her required boosters to ensure that they stay disease free.
We understand that new pets can come with new concerns. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns you may have about your new furry friend!
Our pets are living longer than previous years due to medical advances and improved routine care. Along with this longevity, comes more health related concerns with their advancing age.
Regular examinations become increasingly important as your pet gets older to help catch these age related concerns early. Catching these health problems early can potentially mean faster and easier treatments to maintain your pets quality of life.
For our senior pets, additional laboratory testing may be recommended to provide more detailed information about their overall health and catch any underlying problems.