Our veterinary team is here to provide you with the expert advice and your new pet with the highest quality of veterinary care throughout your kitten or puppy's first year of life.
Puppy & Kitten Veterinary Care
Introducing a new kitten or puppy into your home is a reason to be excited! Your new cuddly and cute family member can't help but bring a smile to everyone's face.
As fun as your furry family member might be, there is also some serious healthcare business your will need to attend to during your pet's first year.
Our vets will develop a healthcare plan for your young pet to meet their specific needs during their first year, and provide you with advice, guidance and support all along the way.
Your Pet’s First Appointment
Puppies should have their first veterinary checkup at about 6 weeks old. Kittens should have their at about 8 weeks.
During this first visit, your pet will receive a physical examination in order to assess their health. Our vets will try to detect any congenital defects and for external parasites as well.
We will administer deworming medication to you puppy or kitten in order to treat them for roundworms and hookworms, as well as provide them with their first round of vaccinations.
Finally, for kittens, we will perform a blood test to check for feline leukemia and feline immunodeficiency virus.
Puppies and kittens should attend 3 to 4 veterinary appointments between the ages of 6 and 16 weeks. These visits allow our vets to assess your pet's overall health and to administer vaccines on schedule.
Puppy & Kitten Vet Care Packages
Bringing home a new kitten or puppy can come with a host of new responsibilities.
To help you navigate your puppy or kitten's first year, our team will provide plenty of guidance, support, and helpful information.
Our Kitten Packages and Puppy Packages contain everything you'll need to know about your pet’s early development, including:
- Basic puppy training guidelines
- Nutrition information
- A vaccination and medical care schedule
- Information on spaying and neutering your pet
- Information on common medical problems such as heartworm disease, feline leukemia, and zoonosis
- Tips for how to socialize your puppy or kitten with animals and people, including pets already living in your home
Our veterinary team will be more than happy to answer any questions you might have an put your concerns to rest. Our goal is to ensure that you and your kitten or puppy have all the resources you need to start your lives together.