Pet wellness plans for dogs – unlimited exams for a year
We understand that veterinary care can be expensive, and pet wellness plans may encourage people to visit their veterinarian more often. Resulting in the best possible care for your best furry friend.
Our Commitment To Care program offers unlimited dog examinations for one yearly fee of $205.00, so that concerns can be addressed as frequently as needed without the expense of an exam fee each time.
A wellness exam typically includes:
- A physical assessment, checking your dog from nose to tail
- Discussion and recommendations of appropriate vaccinations and preventives
- A diagnostic workup which may include blood, fecal, and urine tests to check for parasites and underlying diseases
- Dental care recommendations
Commitment to care for puppies
Congratulations on your new puppy! Our Commitment to Care Program is designed to help get your puppy started on the right path to a long and healthy life. The first few months are a critical period in your puppy’s development, and we can give you the support and tools necessary to help him or her grow into a well-mannered, healthy dog, including information and advice on nutrition, training, behavior, and socialization.
Schedule your puppy for his or her first exam as soon as possible. Until your puppy has received a series of vaccines, he or she is susceptible to many serious but preventable diseases.
Keep your whole family safe by getting it’s newest member seen for a wellness visit right away.
Adult dog commitment to care wellness plan
Like humans the risks of arthritis, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, hormone disorders, kidney and liver problems all increase with age for dogs.
Bringing your pet in for an annual diagnostic and wellness checkup can help reassure you that your dog 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.
We would be happy to discuss our Commitment to Care program in more detail, just give us a call.
Senior dog pet commitment to care wellness plan
Before your dog reaches senior status, they should be seen yearly for exams and regular diagnostic screening. This gives us a baseline of what’s normal for your pet so we can identify any trends or evaluate for changes if and when they do become sick. When your dog turns around 7, they are considered a senior and we start screening for more senior-related diseases.
We treat issues often associated with old age such as:
- Heart disease
- Hormone disorders
- 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 with more frequent exams and age-based recommendations specific to your pet’s needs.