Complete Wellness Care and Pet Exams
The wellness exam is a cornerstone of comprehensive pet care. It helps us determine a baseline and create an easy-to-follow plan for your pet’s long-term health. At the Animal Care Clinics, we firmly believe that routine pet exams, vaccines and parasite preventives are integral to a pet's longevity and well-being. They ensure that your pet is receiving vital preventative treatments to stay healthy and be well-equipped to resist illness.
Our Affordable Wellness Plans
Routine care for your pet can be costly. To help you keep up with your pet's preventative care without breaking the bank, we offer wellness plans for affordable monthly payments. Learn more about our wellness plans below! They include both basic and complete options to suit your budget. Please let us know if you have questions!
Diseases You Should Know About
Safeguarding your pet against disease is also crucial for their health. Lyme disease is endemic in our area, and canine influenza (CIV) and leptospirosis are a potential threat as well.
Therefore, we strive to inform pet owners about possible health risks and prepare them for virus outbreaks. We can give you the tools and information you need to keep your pet safe!
Parasite Risks for Pets and People
All pets should take year-round parasite prevention. Fleas, mosquitoes and ticks can spread illness to your pet with a single bite. Heartworm disease (mosquito-borne) and Lyme disease (tick-borne) are the most common parasite-transmitted diseases.
Heartworm is especially a concern for dogs because symptoms of infection may not manifest for several years. This is a progressive disease that can result in damage to your pet's heart, lungs and surrounding blood vessels. In a worst-case scenario, heartworm disease can prove fatal.
Contact our hospital if you’re interested in speaking with a doctor about pet wellness and potential health hazards. We can offer your pet full parasite protection for $29 per month--just ask us how!
A zoonotic disease is any disease that can be transmitted from your pet to you. There are a variety of diseases/parasites you can catch from your pet including Lyme disease, ringworm, leptospirosis, giardia and tapeworm. Talk to us to find out how you can keep your pet and the rest of your family protected.