Wellness Plans

The best thing we have ever done for the health of our patients and the service to our clients has been our wellness packages. The goal is this: To provide the highest quality care at an affordable price to help you care for your pet for life.

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Routine Examinations

The foundation for any type of care for our pets start with a routine physical exam. Here, we use our senses starting from the nose to the tail to help identify any potential health issues. Though this is critical to the health of your pet, the physical exam is limited by what we can touch, see, and feel.

Blood Screening

Blood work allows us to obtain information we wouldn’t be able to gather by just examining your pet. We can find disease much earlier and treat them for better outcomes. Just like you go to the doctor and have your blood checked out, we use blood work to test organ function, anemia, signs of infection, heartworm status, and many other disease processes.

Diagnostic Imaging

X-rays give us a look inside the body and gives us images of the heart, lungs, abdomen, and major joints. This allows us to diagnose things like heart and lung disease, tumors, bladder/kidney stones, arthritis, and other conditions before you might notice problems at home. Early intervention usually improves long term outcomes.

Vaccinations

Vaccinating your pet against infectious diseases it might face is critical for healthy development in puppies and kittens and incredibly important to keep your pet happy and healthy for years to come. We determine your pet’s vaccination protocol through the guidelines of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Animal Hospital Association, American Association of Feline Practitioners, the Centers for Disease Control, and Georgia state law. We take into consideration your pet’s age, environment, and health status to determine what vaccines are best for him or her.

Dental Cleaning

Dental health has long been ignored as an important part of your pet’s overall health and wellness. Take a second and imagine what your teeth would look like if you did not brush them for years. Dental disease starts when plaque develops on teeth forming small pockets around the gumline. These pockets become further infected loosening the teeth from the gums and becoming a chronic source of pain. Left untreated, dental disease can allow bacteria to now enter the bloodstream leading to more serious health problems including heart, lung, and kidney disease. The American Animal Hospital Association Dental Care Guidelines recommends regular oral examinations and dental cleanings, under general anesthesia, for all adult dogs and cats. They also recommend these procedures be performed at least annually starting at one year of age.

Heartworm and Flea Prevention

According to the American Heartworm Association, Georgia has one of the highest incidence of heartworm infections in the nation. As much as 7 in every 10 mosquitos carry heartworms that can infect dogs and cats and it only takes one mosquito to infect your pet. If left untreated, heartworms can be fatal in dogs and can also cause sudden death in cats. All pets, regardless of indoor and outdoor status, should be on heartworm and flea prevention year round as mosquitos are active in Georgia in the winter and often enter the home through doors and windows. As with all preventative health, it is so much easier, less expensive, and better for your pet to prevent heartworm and fleas rather than waiting or taking the chance that they might become infected. We will guide you in determining which heartworm and flea/tick prevention is right for you.