Veterinary Care for Adult Dogs and Cats

The following schedule of preventative care is designed to keep your adult dog or cat healthy through his or her first year of life and beyond.


Adult Cats – 1 through 6 Years of Age
• Comprehensive physical exam
• Intestinal parasite exam
• Rabies vaccine
• FVRCP vaccine
• Parasite control
• Leukemia vaccine
• Professional dental cleanings as needed
• Heartworm and parasite control recommendations

Adult Dogs – 1 through 6 Years of Age
• Comprehensive physical exam
• Heartworm and tick test
• Intestinal parasite exam
• Rabies vaccine
• Bordetella vaccine
• DA2PP vaccine
• Leptospirosis vaccine
• Heartworm and parasite control recommendations


Preventative Dental Care for Adult Dogs and Cats

The health of your pet's teeth depends on routine home care and regular professional scaling and polishing. Without regular care, periodontal disease, such as gingivitis, can affect the gums and the bone supporting your pet's teeth.

With advanced disease there is risk of tooth loss, which could also lead to infection spreading to the heart, liver and kidneys.

Below are just a few ways you can protect your pet's teeth and gums:

• Brush your pet's teeth at least two to three times per week
• Schedule routine oral examinations and dental cleanings
• Feeding hard food may reduce plaque accumulation on the teeth
• 80 percent of all dogs and cats over the age of 3 suffer from periodontal disease; you can add 2 to 4 years to your pet's life with proper dental care.

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