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Adult Pet Wellness

Bringing your pet in for an annual diagnostic and wellness checkup can help reassure you that your dog or cat is healthy or help us detect hidden diseases or conditions early. Early detection can improve the prognosis of many diseases, keep medical costs down, and help your pet live longer. Many dogs and cats are good at hiding signs that something is wrong, so subtle changes in their health or behavior might be easy to overlook. And, depending on the disease, some pets don’t show any symptoms.

Dogs and cats age far quicker than humans, so it is even more crucial for our companion animals to receive regular exams. In addition, the risks of arthritis, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, hormone disorders, and kidney and liver problems all increase with age.

Regular preventive care is essential for your adult pet’s continued health. Our wellness plan saves you money on the total cost of recommended preventive care and treatments. Best of all, this plan features budget-friendly monthly payments – making it easy to manage your cat’s healthcare costs.

Cats are really good at hiding illness

It’s a common misconception that cats don’t get sick. In fact, cats are susceptible to many forms of disease – regardless of whether they live indoors or outdoors. Regular veterinary care can help stop illnesses before they happen.

Vaccinations help healthy dogs and cats stay healthy

Your veterinarian will recommend the vaccination protocol that is most appropriate for your pet based on lifestyle, breed and other important factors.

Diseases can creep up quickly and quietly

Dogs age much more rapidly than we do. So even if your dog looks perfectly healthy, illness and disease could be lurking undetected. Physical exams and diagnostic tests are crucial for finding problems not visible to the naked eye.

Prevention is the key to better health

Preventive care can improve your adult pet’s quality of life and help add more healthy years. It’s essential for detecting diseases early on, before they become more serious – and more expensive.