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Preventive care -  beyond the basics

Each wellness appointment is an opportunity to assess and discuss: 

  • complete physical exam findings

  • nutrition  

  • breed-specific concerns

  • parasite prevention

  • vaccines

  • behavior concerns

  • early detection laboratory screening

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What vaccines should my pet receive?

Vaccination recommendations are based on your pet's age, medical history, and lifestyle. Vaccines are divided into "core" and "non-core" groups. Core vaccines are those that every dog or cat should receive regardless of their lifestyle while non-core vaccines are given only to those that are at risk. Our veterinarians recommend following the American Animal Hospital Association Lifestage Guidelines regarding wellness care (links below). We will be happy to discuss what care is appropriate for your pet at your next wellness visit! 

What does preventive care cost?

Exams

Puppies & kittens - $50 

Adults - $60

Parasite/Viral Testing

Fecal parasite test - $43.75

Heartworm/tick screen (dogs) - $49

Heartworm/FELV/FIV (cats) - $47

Vaccines - Cat

FVRCP - $40 

FELV - $30 

FVRCP/FELV (combo) - $45 

Rabies 1 year - $40

Rabies 3 year - $85

Blood/urine testing

Blood testing - $85 - 195

Urinalysis - $65 - 85

Vaccines - Dog

DA2PP - $35

Lepto - $35

DA2PP/Lepto (combo) - $40

Rabies (1 yr or 3 yr) - $30

Bordetella - $35

Parasite Prevention

Revolution Plus (cats) - $18 - 23

Simparica Trio (dogs) - $24 - 29

*Per monthly dose based on weight

Worried that quality care won't fit in your budget?

We have a solution for that! Rather than create a one-size-fits-all plan, we will begin with an assessment of your pet's wellness needs. Once a plan for your pet has been made, we can help you by breaking that cost up over a few months to better fit into your budget. 

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