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SPECIALS AND SERVICE INFORMATION

 Holiday Pet Safety

Holiday celebrations can spoil your good cheer when a pet has to visit the emergency hospital.

  • CHOCOLATE- Toxic to dogs and cats
  • SWEETS & BAKED GOODS – these are too rich for pets.  Many ingredients are linked to liver failure in dogs.
  • TURKEY & SKIN –  Sometimes even small amounts can cause a life threatening  condition know as pancreatitis.
  • TABLE SCRAPS – Onions, raisins & grapes poisonous!  Others difficult to digest and can cause serious Gastrointestinal issues.

Keep your pets’ healthy this season.

Passionate about your pet’s!

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Vaccine Information

We  require the Vaccines listed

 for Boarding and Grooming at our facility.

Canine

Age DHLPP/DHPP Bordetella Rabies
> 4 months old X X X

Feline

Age FVRCP Feline Leukemia Rabies
> 4 months old X X X

Canine Vaccine Recommendations

Puppy Series

 

Age DHLPP/DHPP Bordetella Rabies
8 weeks X
12 weeks X
16 weeks X Optional  X (required by law)

Fecal examination and de-worming are highly recommended during initial puppy series

Adult Vaccines

Age DHLPP/DHPP Bordetella Rabies
1 year and older X Optional but recommended for boarding and grooming X (after initial rabies vaccine, subsequent vaccines are every 3 years)

Heartworm testing (required)  and fecal examinations  highly recommended annually.

Vaccine recommendations may be altered based on age and overall health of your pet.

Feline Vaccine Recommendations

Kitten Series

Age Felv/FIV Test FVRCP Feline Leukemia Rabies
8 weeks X X
12 weeks X Optional, but highly recommended.  Must have Felv/FIV tested first
16 weeks X Optional, but highly recommended X (required by law)

Fecal examination and de-worming are highly recommended during initial kitten series

Adult Vaccines

Age FVRCP Feline Leukemia Rabies
1 year and older X Optional (recommended for outdoor cats or patients that board) X (after initial rabies vaccine, subsequent vaccines are every 3 years)

Feline Leukemia/FIV testing is highly recommended for any new kitten or adult cat in the household or outdoor cats that have not been kept up to date on their Leukemia vaccines.

Vaccine recommendations may be altered based on age and overall health of your pet

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