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Wellness Services

We operate a non-profit wellness clinic to ensure all pet owners have access to low-cost veterinary care like affordable spay & neuter, vaccinations, and parasite prevention.  Our clinic is staffed by licensed veterinarians and registered veterinary support staff with services offered to households qualified by income.

We are not a full-service veterinary clinic and do not treat sick or injured pets.

Wellness visits are NOT surgery appointments. They are pet exams used for updating vaccinations, microchipping, deworming and treating for fleas.

Please note, we are not a full-service veterinary clinic meaning we do not treat sick or injured petsThis includes chronic diseases, infections, coughing, sneezing, vomiting, diarrhea, wounds, or other injuries and if your pet is not eating or drinking normally. We do however specialize in spay/neuter surgery and preventative care like vaccinations, microchips, and other services. For a comprehensive list of Wellness services and pricing see below.

We promise to always do our best to keep prices as low as possible and to keep price lists as up-to-date as possible. We ask for your understanding if and when it becomes necessary to change or increase prices. We also ask for your patience as it may occasionally take a few days or longer to update our materials so that they reflect our most current pricing.

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Wellness exams ensure your pet can be safely vaccinated and are REQUIRED if we have not recently examined your pet.

Feline Leukemia Virus is a contagious virus that is a common cause of disease in cats. Cats that are in social environments, go outside, or live with other cats that go outside should be vaccinated against feline leukemia.

This vaccination protects your cat against three contagious and potentially deadly diseases: rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, and panleukopenia. Vaccination is recommended for all cats over 6 to 8 weeks old.

Rabies is a deadly virus that affects the brain and spinal cord of all mammals, including dogs, cats, and humans. State law requires all dogs and cats over 16 weeks of age to be vaccinated.

*1-year rabies vaccines. 3-year rabies vaccines are available with proof of prior, up-to-date rabies vaccination.

This is a blood test to screen for Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV). Both viruses can cause serious illness and are contagious to other cats.

30-day topical flea prevention applied in office.

Tapeworm deworm for cats.  Tapeworms are often contracted via fleas or hunting and look like small rice pieces or sesame seed around a pet’s backside.

Roundworm and hookworm deworming treatment for dogs or cats. Many puppies and kittens are born with worms and/or can acquire them through the environment. Regular deworming is recommended.

This is a permanent identification chip that can be read by a special scanner found at veterinary offices and humane societies. Owner and pet information is registered to the chip in case your pet gets lost.

It's mani/pedi time! Let us do the hard work while your pet is here for their exam.

Need a little help with your pet's ear health? Let us show you the way to properly clean ears.

Wellness exams ensure your pet can be safely vaccinated and are REQUIRED if we have not recently examined your pet.

The bordetella vaccine is given to both puppies and adult dogs to ward off illness that is known as kennel cough. This vaccine is intended for dogs that frequent social situations such as dog parks, boarding and grooming facilities.

DAPPv is a combination vaccine for your dog that protects against four primary diseases: distemper, adenovirus-2 (hepatitis), parainfluenza, and parvovirus. Regular vaccination is recommended for all dogs over the age of 6 to 8 weeks.

The leptospirosis vaccine protects against a potentially deadly bacteria that can be found worldwide in soil and water. It is recommended for dogs that commonly go outside.

30-day topical flea prevention applied in office.

Tapeworm deworm for dogs.  Tapeworms are often contracted via fleas or hunting and look like small rice pieces or sesame seed around a pet’s backside.

Roundworm and hookworm deworming treatment for dogs or cats. Many puppies and kittens are born with worms and/or can acquire them through the environment. Regular deworming is recommended.

This is a permanent identification chip that can be read by a special scanner found at veterinary offices and humane societies. Owner and pet information is registered to the chip in case your pet gets lost.

It's mani/pedi time! Let us do the hard work while your pet is here for their exam.

Need a little help with your pet's ear health? Let us show you the way to properly clean ears.

Rabies is a deadly virus that affects the brain and spinal cord of all mammals, including dogs, cats, and humans. State law requires all dogs and cats over 16 weeks of age to be vaccinated.

*1-year rabies vaccines. 3-year rabies vaccines are available with proof of prior, up-to-date rabies vaccination.

Not Sure What Your Pet Needs?

As a nonprofit organization our goal is to always maintain affordable prices to better serve the communities we are in. If you have any questions about our veterinary services, please do not hesitate to contact us. If you just aren’t sure what your pet may need, let us know in your appointment notes and we can guide you in the process.