Wellness & Preventative Care

Make sure your pets live long, healthy, and happy lives by providing them with comprehensive wellness and preventative veterinary care. Of course, not every illness or accident can be avoided, but with complete wellness and preventative care, you can give your cat or dog the best chance at staying healthy and by your side for many years.

Why Do Pets Need Regular Check Ups?

Wellness and preventative care aim to prevent pets from developing or contracting avoidable illnesses, medical conditions, and diseases. Just like people benefit from an annual visit to the doctor, pets should have regular check ups, too.
During a wellness appointment, our veterinarian establishes a baseline for your pet’s normal health, which makes it easier for us to spot early signs of developing diseases in the future. Early detection and diagnosis is extremely important, as early treatment is often key to preventing your pet from suffering, while being able to cure or effectively manage health problems.
A wellness exam includes a whiskers-to-tail physical examination, with which our veterinarian will look for any abnormalities. We might also recommend a blood test or uranalysis for pets exhibiting any symptoms or simply to screen elderly pets for early signs of age-related diseases. During your pet’s yearly appointment, we’ll also make sure all vaccinations and parasite preventatives are current.

Comprehensive Wellness and Preventative Care Services

  • Health screening
  • Breed-specific care
  • Parasite prevention
  • Vaccinations
  • Diet, exercise, and lifestyle counseling
  • Medications and supplements
  • Dental care
  • Puppy, kitten, and geriatric pet care

Personalized Wellness Care for Every Pet

Wellness and preventative care aim to prevent pets from developing or contracting avoidable illnesses, medical conditions, and diseases. Just like people benefit from an annual visit to the doctor, pets should have regular check ups, too.
Young puppies and kittens require more frequent appointments to ensure proper development and growth, and senior pets have their own set of special medical needs, as well. As your pet matures, our veterinarians will help you adjust their lifestyle, nutrition, and wellness plans to meet their current needs.

Schedule Your Pet's Wellness Exam Today

Most dogs and cats should have a check up at least once per year. Puppies, kittens, and elderly pets might need to come in more often. If your pet’s due for his or her next check up, call us to schedule an appointment today.