Protecting all 9 lives and more.
Kittenhood - The First Year
Nose-to-tail exams and diagnostics to ensure your kitten 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 kitten.
Regardless of an indoor or outdoor lifestyle, play and engagement matters.
We'll discuss the best preventative prescription options out there.
Adulthood (1-7 years)
Cats can be pretty hard to read sometimes - but their veterinary care shouldn't be.
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 kitten food to a consistent adult brand.
Litter box management, cat carrier confidence and more.
Monthly flea, tick, heartworm and intestinal parasite control is essential.
Senior (7+ years)
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 cat food to a senior formula.
Any changes in behavior warrants a vet visit.
Monthly flea, tick, heartworm and intestinal parasite control continues.