While there are certain things that every pet should get, core vaccines, routine fecal exams and dewormings, in office visits we can discuss tailoring additional care decisions like additional vaccines, blood testing, dental care, and specialized diets.
A cat's lifestyle can affect their healthcare. The outdoor cat needs protection from ticks and certain viruses as they are much more likely to be exposed.
Some urinary problems that can affect cats at a young age can be helped by special diets. If your cat had bad litterbox habits make an appointment to discuss diagnostics and care
A traveling dog, or one that goes to daycare, boarding or grooming facilities may need additional vaccines to protect from contagious illnesses.
We recommend all dogs get protected from fleas, ticks, and heartworm but the products we use can vary based on your pet's particular needs.
We can discuss whats right for your pet specifically when we get to know them better. That always starts with a visit with you, the owner, and a physical exam of your pet.