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Parasite Prevention


Keeping your furry friend healthy and happy is a top priority for responsible pet owners. Parasites such as fleas, ticks, and worms can cause serious health issues for dogs and cats, including anemia, skin irritation, and even death in severe cases.


To prevent parasites, it's crucial to stay on top of your pet's health by scheduling regular veterinary check-ups, administering monthly flea and tick preventatives, and maintaining a clean living environment. It's also important to educate yourself on the signs of parasitic infections and seek veterinary care immediately if you suspect your pet may be infected.


By taking proactive measures to prevent parasites, you can help ensure your pet stays healthy and happy for years to come. Remember, prevention is always better than cure. As a responsible pet owner, your dedication to your pet's health and well-being is greatly appreciated.


Dogs and Cats: $18.00

It's crucial to ensure that your furry companions are parasite-free and in good health. One way to achieve this is by regularly deworming your dogs and cats. Worms can cause a variety of health problems for your pets, ranging from digestive issues to anemia and even death in severe cases. Your veterinarian can recommend the best deworming schedule and products for your pets based on their age, weight, and lifestyle. Make sure to follow their advice closely to achieve the best results.

Parasite Fecal Exam

Dogs and Cats: $TBD

 Parasites can lead to a range of health problems for cats and dogs, including weight loss, vomiting, and diarrhea. To detect any potential parasites, consider scheduling an Antech diagnostic parasite fecal exam with your veterinarian. This simple test can help identify any parasites present and determine the most appropriate treatment if necessary. 

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