Your Pet is #1
One of the most important decisions you’ll make as a pet owner is finding a quality veterinarian to cater to your pet’s primary care needs. There are a number of factors that will play a role in your decision, but, first and foremost, you’ll want to choose a practice that provides the highest available standard of care for your furry friend.
Whether you’ve recently moved, adopted a new pet, or are unhappy with your current vet’s quality of care, finding a health care provider that offers a broad range of professional veterinary services, including annual check-ups, vaccinations and routine examinations, can help put your mind at ease.
Our preventative care recommendations for local dogs or dogs that frequently visit Summit County include:
- Rabies vaccine
- Distemper/ Parvo Combo vaccine
- Leptospirosis vaccine
- Heart worm testing and prevention
- Routine board spectrum deworming
Ask us about puppy vaccines which are typically administered at 8, 12 and 16 weeks.
Our preventative care recommendations for local cats or cats that frequently visit Summit County include:
- FVRCP vaccine (feline distemper)
- Rabies vaccine
- FeLV (feline leukemia) vaccine depending on lifestyle (outdoor cat)
- Routine dewormer depending on lifestyle (outdoor cat)
Animals age faster than humans. Cats and dogs are considered “seniors” at age 7. This is a great time to start annual lab work (if not earlier) to detect things like liver and kidney disease, hypo or hyperthyroidism, and other changes so we can intervene with treatment earlier to prolong the life of your pet and prolong the amount of quality time you have together.