Annual Exams & Vaccinations
We believe that vaccinations are an essential aspect of preventive care and your pet’s overall health, helping protect them against harmful illnesses.
At your vaccination appointment, a doctor will confirm the necessary vaccines your pet requires. As your pets ages, veterinarians will determine which vaccines to administer based on lifestyle and medical history. Not every pet needs to be vaccinated against every disease. There are core pet vaccinations, which include rabies and distemper. However, not every pet needs vaccines for diseases like feline leukemia and lyme disease.
- Create vaccination schedule
- Conduct comprehensive examination
- Adminster Necessary Vaccines
- Vaccine Titers
Book An Appointment
Book an appointment online or through calling our office.
Come to the Clinic
Come into our clinic with your pet. Bring any of your pet’s vaccine history, a list of food, treats and current medications that your pet is on and your pet insurance information.
Talk to a Professional
You will normally see a Veterinary Office Assistant or an Animal Health Technologist first who will take a history, and gather some data for the doctor.
Comprehensive Pet Care
A veterinarian will see you next, do a comprehensive examination of your pet, and determine the appropriate vaccinations to administer