The preventive care plans
designed to maximize your pet’s health.

Early detection through preventive care is the easiest way to help your pet enjoy optimal health. Now we’ve made it even easier with our convenient new preventive care plans.

With our new plans, you can get essential preventive care for your pet while spreading the cost over 12 months. It’s more affordable than ever to set the foundation for a lifetime of good health.

Ask us about our preventive plans at your next visit, or give us a call at
480-895-3223 to learn more!

Puppies and Kittens

Illness is more common than you think 

They are highly susceptible to diseases because their immune systems aren’t yet fully developed. It is important to vaccinate and deworm on a regular schedule in order to provide the maximum protection.

Growing kittens needs special care 

Playful as they are, kittens are actually quite delicate and can suffer from a number of health problems in their first year. They need to be examined frequently to make sure their growth and development is on the right track

Prevention is the key to better health 

Preventive care can help set the foundation for a lifetime of good health, so you and your pet can spend more quality years together. It’s essential for detecting diseases early on, before they become more serious.

Adult Pets

Cats are really good at hiding illness 

It is a common misconception that cats don’t get sick. In fact, cats are susceptible to many forms of disease – regardless of whether they live indoors or outdoors. Regular veterinary care can help stop illnesses before they happen.

Diseases can creep up quickly and quietly 

Dogs and Cats age much more faster than we do. So even if your pet looks perfectly healthy, illness and disease could be lurking undetected. Physical exams and diagnostic tests are crucial for finding problems not visible to the naked eye.

Prevention is the key to better health 

Preventive care can help your adult pet’s quality of life and help add more healthy years. It’s essential for detecting diseases early on, before they become more serious.

Senior Pets

What is “Senior”? 

The term “senior” has been chosen to describe the aging and older pet. The number of years considered to be “senior” may vary. Cats are considered mature at 7 to 10 years, senior at 11 to 14 years, and geriatric at 15 or older. Dogs, in general, may be called senior at seven years of age, but larger dogs age more quickly.

Regular check-ups are essential to your pet’s health

As the pet enters its senior years, more frequent testing and more extensive examinations are recommended than for younger pets. Age-related diseases can be subtle, and symptoms may be easy to miss. Through regular exams and blood tests, we can establish a baseline of what is normal for your pet. This will help alert you when something is not right.

Prevention is the key to better health 

Preventive care can help your senior pet’s quality of life. It’s essential for detecting diseases early on, before they become more serious.

Ask us about our preventive plans at your next visit, or give us a call at
480-895-3223 to learn more!

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