Healthcare


Comprehensive Wellness Exams

Pre-travel Examinations

Full In-House Prescription Pharmacy

Microchip Implantation and Identification

Parasite Control & Prevention

          Fleas and Ticks,  Intestinal Parasites, and Heartworm Prevention

Vaccinations

          Core Vaccinations-

          DOGS-

            DAP:  (Distemper, Adenovirus, Parvovirus)   

Distemper:  A nervous system disease that can cause respiratory signs and neurological problems like seizures.  It is easily spread and may be deadly.

Adenovirus:  Canine Adenovirus causes a potentially fatal liver disease in dogs. (Infectious Canine Hepatitis).   Commonly shows up as a respiratory infection.

Parvovirus:  A gastrointestinal disease that is highly contagious and is spread through infected fecal material.  It's a very hardy virus that can survive in the environment for months to years.  It can lead to shock and death.

Rabies:    This is a fatal disease of all mammals including dogs, cats, livestock and humans.  Infected wildlife and unvaccinated animals are the source of this virus.  Because rabies is a significant health hazard, it is extremely important to vaccinate your pet.  

Bordetella:  A contagious respiratory disease that lead to a dry hacking cough.  Dogs at the greatest risk are those that come into contact with other dogs at boarding facilities, dog shows, parks or pet stores.

                    CATS-

            RCP:  (Rhino, Calici, Panleukopenia):

Rhinotracheitis (feline herpesvirus{FHV}):  Herpes is the most common upper respiratory infection in cats.  Even if successfully treated, FHV can lead to lifelong infection.

Feline Calicivirus (FCV):  A virus that affects the feline upper respiratory system and accounts for approximately 40% of all respiratory diseases in cats.  Even if successfully treated, cats infected with FCV can become chronic virus carriers with lifelong clinical signs of sneezing and runny eyes.

Panleukopenia (feline distemper):  Panleukopenia or feline distemper is a widespread, often fatal disease.  Since most cats are likely to be exposed to panleukopenia in their lifetime, vaccination against this illness is important.

Rabies:  This is a fatal disease of all mammals including dogs, cats, livestock and humans.  Infected wildlife and unvaccinated animals are the source of this virus.  Because rabies is a significant health hazard, it is extremely important to vaccinate your pet.  

          Non-Core Vaccinations-

          DOGS-

          Leptospirosis:  Lepto is a serious bacterial disease of mammals such as dogs and humans.  Lepto bacteria are carried by wildlife, rodents and livestock, and are shed in the urine of infected animals.  While                   many organs can be infected the liver and kidneys are the most frequently affected.

Rattlesnake:  Rattlesnake bites can be deadly, especially since they often happen out on hikes, and far away from help. This vaccination, while it does not prevent bites or guarantee survival from a bite, it does potentially. If you often hike on trails known for rattlesnakes, this is a highly recommended vaccination.

          CATS-

          Leukemia (FeLV):  This viral disease attacks the immune system and leaves the cat vulnerable to a host of secondary infections.  Because transmission occurs through contact with other cats, those cats that are                         allowed to roam outdoors are particularly at risk.

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