We’ll be here to give your pet the best care possible from the very first visit and for the rest of their lives. The fullness of that life, in terms of what your pet can do and for how long, can be maximised with the help of our pet wellness care practises.
We’re here to keep your pets feeling their best
Due to the rapid progression of many diseases, we advise exams every six months. For your pet’s age, we will choose which blood and urine tests are ideal, and we’ll make sure to clarify when extra tests, like blood pressure checks, x-rays, or faecal testing, are required.
These visits include:
Annual physical exams: Many of our younger patients receive annual checkups, but for aged animals or those with health issues, we advise examinations every six months for animals over seven years old and every year for those under six.
Vaccinations: While both dogs and cats need to be vaccinated against diseases that can afflict their species, such as rabies and distemper, they also require separate immunizations. To safeguard your pet, our doctors will work with you to establish a thorough immunisation regimen.
Dental exams: Your pet’s oral health will be evaluated by your veterinarian at your yearly exam, and they will offer any necessary advice. Pets require routine dental care, much like humans, both at home and in the veterinarian’s office. The American Veterinary Dental Society reports that oral disease symptoms are present in 70% of adult cats and 80% of adult dogs.
Parasite prevention: We’re here to keep your dogs free from heartworms, fleas, and ticks. Costing hundreds to thousands of dollars, flea removal from a pet and home can be practically impossible because flea eggs can live for a very long period. To create the ideal flea and tick prevention strategy for your pets, we’ll work with you.
Nutrition: In terms of your pet’s general health and wellbeing, nutrition is crucial. The dietary requirements of your pet alter with age and amount of exercise. Diets that have been specially prepared can help with the management of a number of illnesses, including kidney disease, diabetes, and heart disease. To choose the proper food and dosage for your pet, consult with your vet frequently.
Pet Preventative Care
Pet Lab & Diagnostics
Pet Dental Procedures
Pet Internal Medicine