Congratulations on your kitten! Kittens are a bundle of joy and require special care. The following guidelines, along with regular examinations, will help keep your kitten healthy. Your kitten should be dewormed at 2,4,6, and 8 weeks of age. 6 weeks: FVRCP vaccine #1, deworm 10 weeks: FIV/Feline leukemia test, FVRCP vaccine #2, begin heartworm prevention, fecal exam 12 weeks: Rabies vaccine, Feline Leukemia initial vaccine 15 weeks: FVRCP vaccine #3, Feline Leukemia booster, second fecal exam 5 months: spay/neuter Next visit is at 1 year of age.
Congratulations on your puppy! Puppies are a ton of fun, but require special attention. Your puppy should be dewormed at 2,4,6, and 8 weeks of age. A fecal examination for intestinal worms will be done at the first visit when your puppy is 6 weeks of age. The following guidelines show what to expect at each visit: 6 weeks: exam, fecal exam for intestinal worms, deworming, DA2PPV vaccine #1 (this is a Distemper, Parvo, Adenovirus, and Parainfluenza combination vaccine) 9 weeks: Exam, DA2PPV vaccine #2, begin heartworm prevention 12 weeks: Exam, DA2PPV vaccine #3, Rabies vaccine, Bordetella vaccine (kennel cough), heartworm prevention refilled. At this visit you may choose to add "non-core" vaccines such as Leptospirosis and Lymes disease vaccines. If you are not sure if your pet needs one of these vaccines, please speak with one of our highly trained pet health professionals. 15 weeks: Exam, last fecal exam for intestinal worms, DA2PPV vaccine #4, refill heartworm prevention. If you chose any of the "non-core" vaccines at 12 weeks, we wil booster them at this visit. 5 months: Spay or Neuter Next preventative care examination is at 1 year of age.