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Wellness Care


It's important for you to prioritize the wellness of your furry friends. Regular check-ups with a veterinarian can help catch any potential health issues early on and ensure that your pets receive the proper vaccinations and preventative care they need. Wellness care also includes maintaining a healthy diet and exercise routine, as well as keeping up with dental hygiene. By taking these proactive steps, you can help your pets live happy and healthy lives for years to come. By keeping your pet's health in check, you'll be able to prevent any major health issues from occurring in the future.


Ear Exam and Cleaning

Dogs and Cats: $40.00

Regular checkups and cleaning of your pet's ears can prevent infections, allergies, and other health issues. Not only can ear infections be painful for your pet, but they can also affect their quality of life. By keeping your pet's ears clean, you'll help remove dirt, wax, and other debris that can accumulate and cause discomfort. So, make sure to schedule regular ear exams and cleaning with your veterinarian to ensure your furry friend stays healthy and happy.

Blood Glucose Check

Dogs and Cats: $10.00

As a pet owner, it's important for you to understand the significance of monitoring your dog or cat's blood glucose levels. Blood glucose monitoring is crucial for pets with diabetes or those who may develop the condition. By regularly checking their blood glucose levels, you can ensure that your pet's diabetes is appropriately managed and that their insulin dosage is adjusted accordingly. Monitoring your pet's blood glucose levels can also help detect any potential health issues early on, which can lead to better treatment outcomes and a higher quality of life for your furry friend. Therefore, if you have a diabetic pet or suspect that your pet may be at risk, it's essential to discuss with your veterinarian the importance of blood glucose monitoring and how you can best manage your pet's condition.

Blood Pressure Check

Dogs and Cats: $30.00

One often overlooked aspect of your furry friend's health is their blood pressure. Similar to humans, dogs and cats can also suffer from high blood pressure, which, if left untreated, can lead to various health issues such as organ damage, blindness, and even strokes. That's why it's essential to monitor their blood pressure regularly. By doing so, you can detect any potential problems early on and take the necessary steps to prevent them from escalating. If you haven't already, make sure to talk to your veterinarian about blood pressure monitoring for your beloved pet. By keeping up with their health, you'll be able to ensure they stay happy and healthy for years to come.

Anal Gland Expression

Dogs: $20.00

As a dog owner, it's important for you to understand the significance of anal gland expression. Although it may seem like an unpleasant task, it's necessary to keep your furry friend healthy and comfortable. The anal glands are small sacs located on either side of the dog's anus, and they produce a strong-smelling fluid. When functioning properly, the glands empty naturally when the dog defecates. However, sometimes the glands can become blocked or infected, leading to discomfort, irritation, and even infection. By regularly expressing your dog's anal glands, you can prevent these issues and ensure your dog stays happy and healthy. It's best to consult with a veterinarian on the appropriate frequency and technique for your dog's specific needs. Remember, a little bit of discomfort during the expression process is worth it to keep your furry friend feeling their best!

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