Starting from the day you adopt your new puppy, you have taken on the responsibility of caring for that animal. Each animal is special and we will tailor his or her heath program to their individual needs and risks.

Welness exams: All puppies should receive an exam after adoption. An exam by a veterinarian may reveal abnormalities that may not be apparent to owners

6-8 Weeks

DHPP (Distemper virus, Adenovirus, Parainfluenza virus, and Parvovirus) This vaccine should be given every 3-4 weeks untilt he puppy is 16 weeks old. Fecal examination to check for intestinal parasites like roundworms, hookworms, tapeworms, coccidia and giardia that can make your pet sick. Some of these parasites can be transmitted to humans. Children are at higher risk for picking these up. Deworming to treat for intestinal parasites

10-12 Weeks

DHPP Booster Deworming to treat for intestinal parasites. Bordetella (Kennel Cough) vaccine if puppy will be boarded or will be coming in contact with unknown dogs at the groomer or dog park.

14-16 Weeks

Welness Examination DHPP Booster Deworming to treat for intestinal parasites. Bordetella if needed Rabies vaccine is recommended for all pets 16 weeks or older. The first vaccine lasts one year and subsequent vaccines last for 3 years. Heart worm prevention is recommended monthly to help prevent heartworm disease, which is transmitted by mosquitoes, once bitten by a mosquito, the parasite will grow in the heart.

Yearly Exams

Welness Exam

Booster Vaccines as needed Heartworm tests every 2-3 years to make sure prevention is working Heartworm prevention

Geriatric Welness Exam

Annual Welness Exam Comprehensive yearly bloodwork including CBC, chemistry profile, electrolytes, and thryroid testing. These tests look for underlying diseases that, with early diagnosis, can help your pet live a longer, healtheir life. Urinalysis helps to evaluate how well the organs are functioning and diagnose some diseases. Vaccines depending on personal patient risks


Cannine vaccinations are beneficial in prevent sickness in your pet and