For every stage of wo/man's best friend, we've got you both covered.
Puppyhood - The First Year
How do you envision life with your new pup? It comes with routine vet care, training and socialization while building one of the strongest bonds you'll ever know.
Nose-to-tail exams and diagnostics to ensure your puppy is reaching their milestones.
A series of vaccines to protect against disease and illness.
With many options to choose from, let's discuss what's right for your puppy.
Consistent training and socialization is key to a healthy, lifelong bond.
We'll discuss the best preventative prescription options out there.
Puppy Breath Kisses
Adulthood (1-7 years)
Whether you're raising a social butterfly or a homebody, your pet's wellbeing relies on an ongoing partnership with your vet.
Annual exams and diagnostics are needed to track weight, bloodwork, oral care and more.
Yearly vaccinations continue, however your lifestyle determines which are recommended or how often.
Transition from puppy food to a consistent adult brand.
In addition to spay or neuter, sure your dog has daily exercise or a job to do.
Monthly flea, tick, heartworm and intestinal parasite control is essential.
Senior (7+ years)
According to the AKC, one dog year is equivalent to 10-15 human years. Time flies when we're having fun.
Annual exams and senior lab work continue to be a priority in preventative care.
Vaccinations every 1-3 years continue alongside any needed supportive care.
Transition from adult dog food to a senior formula.
It's never too late to teach an old dog new tricks, but continue their exercise routine to maintain their weight.
Monthly flea, tick, heartworm and intestinal parasite control continues.