Mature Cats Aged Seven Years and Older

 

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

    Annual comprehensive physical exam

  • Intestinal parasite screening and treatment
  • Rabies vaccine
  • FVRCP vaccine
  • Leukemia vaccine*
  • Heartworm, flea and parasite prevention
  • recommendations
  • Nutritional and behavioral recommendations

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

    Early Disease Detection Screening (Annual)

  • Organ biochemical profile
  • Complete blood count
  • Thyroid test
  • Urinalysis
  • Make an Effort to Keep Your Cat Mobile

    Any cat can develop arthritis. Knowing the signs of arthritis pain will help you determine when your cat may need veterinary attention. Ask these simple questions:
  • Is your cat not as active?
  • Is your cat not going to the litter box?
  • Is your cat not using him favorite sleeping place
  • Is your cat reluctant to climb stairs or jump up?
If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, talk to your veterinarian.