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Puppy and Kitten


Your new pet needs special care to ensure they are in the best of health

What does your first visit include?

  •  A comprehensive physical examination including:

  • Weight check/Body Condition Score

  • Lungs and heart check

  • Ears, eyes, nose, skin, and teeth check

  • Abdominal palpation

  • Musculoskeletal system check

  • Discuss flea, tick control, vaccines, and heartworm preventative

  • A fecal examination is recommended

During the exam, we will discuss appropriate vaccination and deworming schedules. At any point during the exam, our friendly veterinarian or nurse will answer any of your questions.

Ask us about our comprehensive puppy and kitten packages that include everything your new family member will need to be off to the right start! These packages also offer substantial cost savings to you!!


When to schedule an exam?

As soon as you get your new pet you should schedule an exam.

Also, schedule an exam if you should see any of the following signs:

  • Respiratory issues such as coughing or trouble breathing

  • Displaying signs of pain, such as excessive panting, labored breathing, increased body temperature, lethargy, restlessness, or loss of appetite

  • Wounds or lacerations that are open and bleeding

  • Persistent vomiting or diarrhea

  • Seizures, fainting, or collapse

  • Suspected poisoning

  • An allergic reaction

  • Eye injuries

  • Thermal stress may display as your pet is too hot or cold

  • Trauma

The situation may seem scary but stay calm. If your pet has any of the above conditions, call us to schedule an appointment today.

How do I schedule an appointment?

Scheduling an appointment is easy, you can use our request an appointment online page, visit us in person, or call us at 618-624-6001.


Our team is ready to help answer any questions.


Contact us today if you have any questions about puppy and kitten care!

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