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If your pet is Healthy and needs vaccines, whether a new puppy or kitten or an adult in for their annual vaccines, here is a quick check list to remember before arriving:
  • Bring in a fresh (7-12 hrs. & in the fridge) stool sample so that we can check for Intestinal Parasites. Some of these Intestinal Parasites can be transmitted to people! We do this annually for all pets!
  • Bring in any previous Veterinary Records if you are a new client.
  • Inquire about starting your puppy on Heartworm Preventative
  • Ask about a Microchip for your pet
  • If you have a new kitten, make sure you test him/her for Feline Leukemia and FIV
  • Ask for a Treatment Plan for your pet's Spay or Neuter
  • If you have a new Kitten, we will need to De-Worm him/her

If you have a Medical Appointment:

  • Don't let your pet Urinate before the appointment! Occassionally Blood Work and Urinalysis may be needed. This includes while leaving your car and walking to the building.
  • Bring in a fresh Stool sample. (7-12 hrs. fresh)
  • Bring along any Previous Veterinary Records, including Vaccine history and major illnesses or medical condition records.
  • We will need to know the Onset of the problem, any changes with the problem, how often it is occurring, and if it is the same, worse, or better.

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