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Preventive Exams and Vaccines

Wellness care helps to keep pets happy and healthy. It is our goal to maintain our patient's health with compassion, integrity and respect. Our clinic offers comprehensive preventive pet care services for cats and dogs, including:

  • Physical exams/Wellness Education
  • Dental/Oral Health Consultation/Prevention
  • External and Internal Parasite Prevention/Program
  • Nutritional and Behavioural Consultations
  • Vaccinations
  • Microchip Implantation


Our Preventive Exam

We administer nose to tail examinations to ensure the overall health of your pet. This is always performed prior to administering any core vaccinations or treatments. We will also discuss your pet's lifestyle to determine the need for non core vaccines, such as Bordetella (Kennel Cough), an appropriate deworming program, make recommendations for external parasite prevention, and travel requirements. This exam also give us the chance to discuss any nutritional questions you might have or changes that you have noticed in your pet over the last year. This will allow us to make recommendations that will best suit you and your pet's needs.


Our Vaccines

Protecting your pet against illness and disease is essential to their overall health and wellness. We offer core and optional vaccinations for cats and dogs. We take care to discuss all vaccination options and tailor our recommendations to your pet’s age, lifestyle and health status.


For Canine patients we provide:

  • Rabies
  • Bordetella (Kennel Cough)
  • DA2Pv (Distemper, Adenovirus, Parvovirus) for adult dogs
  • DA2CPPv (Distemper, Adenovirus, Coronavirus, Parainfluenza, Parvovirus) for puppies


For Feline patients we provide:

  • Rabies
  • FRCChP+FeLV (Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, Chlamydia, Panleukopenia, Feline Leukemia Virus)


Our Microchips 

We understand how frightening it can be to lose a pet. To help our clients recover their lost pets, we offer microchip implantation for both cats and dogs. This procedure can be done at any time during your pet's life. It is typically performed under General Anesthesia, however, this is not a requirement. Most pet's handle this procedure awake, just like they would with any vaccine.

Microchip implantation involves placing a small, rice grain sized, scannable chip under the pet’s skin. This chip is then registered to the pet by the clinic who implanted it. Their owner's information is also entered into the Microchip company's data base. This is what links your lost pet back to you.  

IT IS VERY IMPORTANT that the owner keep their contact information up to date with the Microchip company. In the event your pet is lost or stolen, this chip can be scanned by Veterinary Clinics and Shelters across the country. These facilities will then contact the microchip company, and be provided with owner information they have on file. This is how you are reunited with your lost family member. 

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