Preventive Services

You can help keep your pet healthy by protecting him or her against parasites. Heartworms, fleas, ticks, and other internal and external parasites are much more than just pests; they can cause life-threatening conditions in your pet—and cause severe, potentially fatal, health problems for you and your family.We will recommend a preventive regimen for your pet based on lifestyle and risk factors. We can also provide advice on keeping your whole household safe from parasitic infection. Set up an appointment with us to discuss parasite prevention, or call us to refill your pet’s medication. Protect your pet and your family today!

Flea Prevention and Control

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Fleas can cause problems for pets ranging from minor to life-threatening. Not only can these parasites cause severe itching, irritation, and allergies, but they can also transmit tapeworms and diseases….

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Heartworm Prevention

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When they bite, mosquitoes can transmit heartworm infection. And those heartworms can wreak havoc on your dog or cat. These parasites can severely and sometimes fatally damage the heart, lungs,…

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Tick Prevention

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Ticks are becoming more and more prevalent in North America, and they’re now being found in areas where people and pets didn’t previously encounter ticks. These parasites aren’t just a…

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Puppy Wellness

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Our puppy wellness program is designed to offer your new puppy all the benefits of veterinary services available to him / or her from 6 weeks of age to 16…

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Kitten Wellness

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Our kitten wellness program is designed to offer your new kitten all the benefits of veterinary services available to him or her from 6 weeks of age to 16 weeks…

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Adult Pet Wellness

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We provide diagnostic and wellness services for your adult pet including but not limited to: appropriate vaccinations heartworm testing wellness blood testing fecal testing urine testing nutritional consultation dental exams…

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Senior Pet Wellness

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We strive to ensure optimal health and comfort of all our senior patients. In most cases a dog becomes a senior at 5-8 years of age, cats become seniors at…

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