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Preventive Care
is Most Important

Wellness exams are the foundation of your pet’s health and well-being. Calendar IconSchedule an Appointment

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During comprehensive wellness exams we may detect emerging health problems. Many conditions are much easier to treat when detected early. Regular wellness exams may improve your pet’s overall health and quality of life and may even extend your pet’s lifespan.

During your pet’s wellness appointment, we will conduct a nose-to-tail exam. If any issues are found, we will consult with you on a treatment plan to restore your pet’s health as quickly as possible. Each exam adds to your pet’s health history, providing baselines for later examinations.

Preventive care is an essential component of your pet’s wellness exam, protecting your pet from developing heartworm, flea and tick infestations, as well as feline leukemia. Vaccinations are a crucial component of preventive care. We will be proactive in keeping current with your pet’s vaccinations.

Schedule your next wellness exam by calling us or make an online appointment today.

Understanding Pet Anxiety

Understanding Pet Anxiety

Welcome home! You’ve just unlocked the door and walk inside to find your living room covered with your chewed up couch material. Or, you walk in and find that your cat has eliminated on the rug, instead of in the litter box. You grit your teeth and start to clean up, wondering what has come […]

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Your Go-To Guide for Adopting a Shelter Pet

Your Go-To Guide for Adopting a Shelter Pet

You’re ready to adopt a new pet! Congratulations. Of course, your first thought is probably to check out our local shelter, and we couldn’t agree more. Shelters and rescue organizations have many loving and wonderful pets of every size, shape, and personality just waiting for their forever homes. Adopting a shelter pet is most successful […]

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