Spaying or neutering your cat has health benefits, in addition to helping with pet overpopulation. Spaying your female kitten before her first heat offers the best protection from uterine infections and breast tumors. Most female cats will go into heat by 6 months of age, so it’s a good idea to spay them at around 5 months. Neutering your … Read moreSpay/neuter
This small transmitter is your pet’s ticket home if she becomes lost. Insertion usually causes very little pain; however, many pet parents opt to have this done while their pet is anesthetized for spay/neuter surgery. While cats have a phenomenal ability for find their way home, that navigation instinct doesn’t kick in until they are … Read moreMicrochipping
Vaccines are an important part of your kitten’s overall health. They protect your pet and others against infectious diseases. FVRCP: Kittens should receive their first FVRCP (feline viral rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, and panleukopenia) vaccines at 8 weeks of age, then every 21 to 28 days until they’re 16 weeks of age. Booster shot again at 1 year after … Read moreVaccinating Your Kitten
Starting at 8 weeks of age, we’ll check for congenital issues, soundness of body and signs of infectious issues. Please bring a fresh (within 24 hours) fecal sample in a labeled and sealed plastic bag so we can screen for internal parasites. We’ll also do the first round of deworming.
Now is the time to sign your cat up for pet health insurance! This coverage is significantly less expensive if you obtain it early in your kitten’s life and will help cover many major veterinary expenses that occur when she’s older.
Spaying or neutering your dog has health benefits, in addition to helping with pet overpopulation. Neutering your male pet helps prevent testicular cancer and certain prostate problems while spaying helps prevent mammary gland tumours/cancer and uterine cancer. Most female dogs will go into heat by 6-8 months of age, for indoor large breeds doggie diapers may need to … Read moreSpay/Neuter
Fleas, ticks and heartworm-carrying mosquitoes can transmit nasty diseases to your puppy, which is why we recommend year-round parasite protection. As the name suggests, heartworms live in the heart, and they can also thrive in the lungs and blood vessels. Because they constrict blood flow, they can damage internal organs and cause lung disease and … Read moreParasite Prevention
Vaccinations with boosters are especially important for young puppies as they do not have full immunity from many serious infectious diseases. Puppies are commonly given a series of combo vaccinations against distemper, adenovirus-2, parainfluenza and parvovirus (DHPP), as well as, leptospirosis and Bordetella. When they are old enough, they’ll need rabies vaccinations, which are required … Read moreVaccinating Your Puppy
Starting at 8 weeks of age, we’ll check for congenital issues, soundness of body and signs of infectious issues. Please bring a fresh (within 24 hours) fecal sample in a labeled and sealed plastic bag. This is so we can screen for internal parasites. We’ll also discuss external parasites (fleas and ticks); never use parasite … Read moreRegular exams
Now is the time to sign your dog up for pet health insurance! This coverage is significantly less expensive if you obtain it early in your puppy’s life and will help cover many major veterinary expenses that occur when he’s older. According to pet insurance agencies, any conditions found prior to insurance are considered as … Read morePet Insurance