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Wellness For Cats

Unlimited wellness exams for a year: our commitment to care program

Bringing your pet in for an annual diagnostic and wellness checkups can help reassure you that your cat is healthy and help us detect hidden diseases or conditions early. Early detection can improve the prognosis of many diseases, keep medical costs down, and help your pet live longer. A wellness exam typically includes:

  • A physical assessment, checking your cat from nose to tail
  • Appropriate vaccinations and preventives
  • A diagnostic workup which may include blood, fecal, and urine tests to check for parasites and underlying diseases
  • We may also recommend that your pet receive dental care
  • We appreciate that veterinary care can be expensive, for this reason, our Commitment To Care Program provides unlimited doctor examinations for a single yearly fee.
  • Get unlimited vet visits and peace of mind to you as a pet parent all year for only $205.00

Commitment to care for kittens

The first few months are a critical period in your kitten’s development, and we can give you the support and tools necessary to help him or her grow into a well-mannered, healthy cat, including information and advice on nutrition, litterbox training, and behavior.

Schedule your kitten for his or her first exam as soon as possible. Until your kitten has received a series of vaccines, he or she is susceptible to many serious but preventable diseases. We will make sure your new pet is protected against rabies and panleukopenia (distemper). In addition, your kitten will need to be tested and treated for parasites, which are common in young cats.

By ensuring that your kitten is properly treated, you can keep your entire family safe.

We look forward to meeting your new kitten! Schedule your appointment.

Ongoing care for adult cats

Cats age far quicker than humans, so it is even more crucial for our companion animals to receive regular exams. In addition, the risks of arthritis, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, hormone disorders, and kidney and liver problems all increase with age.

Because you spend the most time with your pet, you are your pet’s expert, as well as his or her greatest advocate. Please let us know if you’ve noticed any physical or behavioral changes in your pet, as well as any other concerns you might have.

Call us today to schedule your cat’s exam!

Ongoing care for senior cats

When your cat turns around 8, they are considered a senior and we start screening for more senior related diseases.We can treat many symptoms that are commonly attributed to age such as:

  • Arthritis
  • Cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Heart disease
  • Hormone disorders such as hyperthyroidism
  • Kidney and liver problems
  • Diseases associated with cognitive dysfunction syndrome (similar to Alzheimer’s in humans)

We can also improve your pet’s quality of life by identifying and preventing or reducing pain, recommending an appropriate nutrition and exercise plan, and suggesting environmental modifications to keep your pet comfortable.

Have questions about our commitment to care program? Drop us a line.