As put by Benjamin Franklin “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” truly holds its meaning when discussing pet health and wellness. The overall cost of prevention is often a fraction of the cost of treating a disease or problem once it has become more advanced, and early diagnosis and treatment of developing problems or diseases can increase the likelihood of successful outcomes.
Preventive healthcare involves a multi-faceted approach that includes veterinary evaluation of your pet's overall health and risks of disease or other health problems. Our doctors will assess your pet based on its lifestyle, breed, genetics, nutrition, etc. in order to customize a wellness plan that suits both your pet’s health and your budget. Based on the findings, your veterinarian will provide you with recommendations for your pet's nutrition, dental care, vaccinations and heartworm/flea/tick prevention, as well as recommendations specifically tailored to your pet's health status and risk factors.
When it comes to your canine companions, we recommend consulting with your veterinarian regarding pet wellness plans.
- Puppy wellness plans include (but not limited to), vaccinations, parasite screening and prevention, spaying and neutering, nutritional counseling, microchipping, dental check-ups, etc.
- Junior wellness plans are tailored for pets between 1-6years of age. This plan includes (but not limited to), annual and bi-annual vaccinations, parasite screening and prevention, flea tick and heartworm prevention, complete blood panels, kidney and liver values checked, urinalysis, thyroid testing, comprehensive eye and dental exam, radiographs (X-rays), nutritional counseling, etc.,
- Senior wellness plans are recommended for pets 7 years of age and older. This plan includes (but not limited to), annual and bi-annual vaccinations, titer testing, parasite screening and prevention, heartworm, flea and tick prevention, complete blood panels, kidney and liver values checked, urinalysis, thyroid testing, comprehensive eye and dental exam, radiographs (X-rays), nutritional counseling, quality of life assessments, hospice and critical care counseling, etc.