Our doctors recommend your puppy/kitten begin it’s first round of vaccines at six weeks of age. A booster vaccine is given every three weeks three more times. A rabies vaccine is given at 12 weeks. Please call for more information.
Our doctors recommend that you have your pets spayed or neutered at six months. If females can be spayed before their first heat this may prevent most cancers associated with the reproductive organs.
Fleas and ticks are carries of many diseases. Some of which are “zoonotic”, which means that these diseases are able to infect humans as well. Fleas may carry, typhus, plague, and cat scratch disease, among others. Ticks may carry, lyme disease, ehrlichia, and anaplasmosis. Be sure to ask our staff about our latest flea and tick prevention products.
Heartworms are parasites that are spread to dogs and cats when a mosquito carrying microfilaria, “baby heartworms”, bites them. Once inside a host microfilaria migrate to the heart where they grow into adult worms and begin to reproduce. Here is a link to further information regarding Heartworms. Be sure to ask our staff about our latest products in Heartworm prevention.