Puppy's First Year


Prevention Is the Best Medicine. Many diseases and conditions can be prevented easily and cost-effectively through vaccinations, monthly preventative treatments and diagnostic screenings.




To make it easier for you to manage your puppies health, we've developed a series of health care schedules that focus on the wellness of your puppy through preventative veterinary care. Our exceptional pet care teams are pleased to offer these services for your puppy. We invite you to become more familiar with the health care schedules that best fits your pet's needs - and we are here to answer all of your questions. Our goal is to help you ensure that your canine companion enjoys a long and healthy life!

Health Schedule for Puppy's - to age 1

We recommend puppies receive vaccines every 3 to 4 weeks untill 16 to 20 weeks of age.

    6 to 8 Weeks of Age

  • Comprehensive physical exam
  • Intestinal parasite screening and treatment
  • Puppy DA2PP vaccine
  • Bordetella vaccine*
  • Nutritional and behavioral recommendation
  • Heartworm, flea and parasite prevention recommendations
  • New Puppy Kit
  • 9 to 12 Weeks of Age

  • Comprehensive physical exam
  • Intestinal parasite screening and treatment
  • Puppy DA2PP vaccine
  • Puppy leptospirosis vaccine
  • Bordetella vaccine*
  • Heartworm, flea and parasite prevention recommendations
  • Nutritional, dental and behavioral recommendations
  • 12 to 16 Weeks of Age

  • Comprehensive physical exam
  • Puppy DA2PP vaccine
  • Puppy leptospirosis vaccine
  • Heartworm, flea and parasite prevention recommendations
  • Nutritional, dental and behavioral recommendations
  • 4 to 6 Months of Age*

  • One year rabies vaccine
  • Pre-surgical exam
  • Pre-surgical bloodwork
  • Spay or neuter
  • Microchip
  • Additional vaccinations if needed
  • Fluoride treatment

  • * Our Doctor Staff will discuss lifestyle risk factors for your pet.

    Make an Effort to Keep Your Pet Lean

    We recommend measured, portioned feeding of an age-appropriate, high quality diet combined with a regular, structured exercise regimen (daily walks, agility, etc.). Ask your veterinarian to recommend the proper diet for your puppy.