Prevent problems before they start

What is preventive care for pets?

Did you get a new pet this year? Preventive care means staying on top of your new pet's health with routine visits to your veterinarian. The goal is to prevent problems before they start or detect and treat them before they become serious. Younger pets should get annual checkups and seniors are usually better off going twice a year. It's the best way to ensure your pet's long-term health and happiness. New pets require a lot of care, so let us make it easy for you. Book an annual checkup with us today!

What does preventive care include?

Preventive care includes everything you and your veterinarian do to maintain your pet's overall well-being: 

  • Spay/neuter

  • Routine wellness checks

  • Proper nutrition

  • Good oral hygiene (including yearly dental cleanings)

  • Heartworm preventatives

  • Age-related conditions

  • Flea and tick control

  • Mental and physical stimulation

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What does a wellness check include?

A wellness check or annual checkup is like a physical for your pet:

  • A complete physical exam

  • Body temperature

  • Heartbeat

  • Skin and coat

  • Eyes, ears, and nose

  • Weight

  • Teeth and gums

  • Necessary vaccinations

  • Bloodwork

  • Urine and fecal testing

Is preventative care important?

Preventive care isn't just important - it's essential to your pet's complete well-being and to your peace of mind. It can help avoid health issues and can catch early signs of serious conditions. Catching health problems early, or even better - preventing them entirely - is the best way to keep your pet happy.