Physical examinations are recommended annually for cats ages 1-7. Our physical exams cover all of the recommended assessments to ensure your cat is healthy and getting the care they require. For cats 7 and older, we recommend check ups twice a year.
There are a variety of recommended vaccines that keep your cat healthy and ward off the possibility of disease. By keeping up with needed vaccines, you prevent many diseases that are harmful to cats of all ages. Allow us to help you determine a vaccine schedule that is specifically tailored for your cat.
Parasite Control Products
We offer a variety of cat friendly flea, tick and other parasite control and prevention products. These products are available in a variety of brand names, ranging in prices. We carry the most dependable veterinary pharmaceuticals available and will go the extra mile to pair your cat and budget with the perfect products.
We offer multiple diagnostic tests for your cat used to diagnose threatening diseases including chemistry and blood tests, cultures, X-rays, biopsies, ultrasounds and other exploratory surgeries.
Our dental services include teeth cleaning and polishing, tooth extractions and minor oral surgery. Our team of skilled vets are on site to perform any variety of dental services to your cat or kitten. If required, we do offer full assessments before administering anesthetics to your cat.
Microchipping is a safe and easy way to provide permanent identification for your cat. No anesthetic is required for a microchip implant, and the procedure is performed in-house at our office. It is simple to perform and is comparable to administering a vaccine or a routine shot. If microchipping is something you are considering for you cat, call us today to learn more about the procedure and benefits.
Ear and Eye Examinations
Routine ear and eye examinations are recommended for cats of all ages. During the exam, your cat’s ears and eyes will be examined and evaluated based on physical findings. After the exam, our professionals will make recommendations for your cat to achieve and maintain optimal health.
Abdominal palpations are performed on cat’s as a diagnostic aid for possible diseases. This physical examination of the abdomen helps to ensure your cat’s organs including the liver, kidneys and pancreas are healthy and working properly. If your cat is experiencing diarrhea, vomiting, or constipation for more than one day, he or she should receive veterinary care.
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