Bringing home a new baby is a joyous but also hectic time– even if the baby is a dog!
Our team at All Creatures Veterinary Center wants to help your new puppy to have a head start to a long, happy, and healthy life. Just like with human babies and children– young dogs also need more frequent doctors visits and vaccinations than adults. And at home, they will require a lot of time and supervision while they are learning how to be a part of your household!
Here is a checklist of puppy-care items to help you keep track of their veterinary needs:
Are you planning on bringing home a sweet little kitten in the near future?
Before you do, consider having them tested for Feline AIDS and Feline Leukemia before introducing them to any other cats. These contagious and deadly diseases are unfortunately common place among cats.
Here is a checklist of items to help you stay on track with your kitten early-life care:
We know that the various veterinary services your pet may need can add up fast, and at many veterinary offices, the final bill can be a surprise to owners. We intend our preventative care packages to create more transparency in pricing so you can budget more effectively and save some of your hard-earned-money. We believe that veterinary care should be a practical and affordable option for all pet owners. Learn more about the canine and feline packages.
On Hebron Parkway between Marsh Lane and Marsh Ridge Road. 2 miles from the Midway Rd exit on the President George Bush Turnpike W.