Setting the basis for a healthy adult life for your new puppy or kitten begins with a good start. Regular physical exams, mandatory and optional vaccines, fecal parasite tests, and deworming are all crucial steps in safeguarding your puppy or kitten’s health. Our knowledgeable team can assist your family in learning about housebreaking your puppy, cutting your puppy’s or kitten’s nails, making dietary suggestions, and any health risks for your new pet.
Additional issues to think about include spaying and neutering; depending on the type and breed of your pet, the ideal age for the scheduling of sterilization operation may vary. A terrific approach to start off well for your new little family member is to think about pet health insurance. Last but not least, you should think about whether your new puppy or kitten needs preventative medications such as monthly heartworm and flea/tick medications. We are aware that getting a new pet for the family can raise a lot of questions, and we are here for you every step of the way.