Vaccine and Wellness

Vaccine appointment

Is your pet 100% healthy and just needs the vaccines to keep them that way? Booking a vaccine appointment will allow your pet to experience a brief exam, the shots they need, and they are out the door.

Please bring most recent vaccination records within the last 12 months to your appointment.

You can also purchase flea and parasite prevention at this time. 

There is a $50 Mission fee for unaltered animals.

Wellness Appointment

A wellness appointment allows enough time for our veterinarian to examine your dog or cat. Common things we can address are ears, skin, and eye concerns. If your pet needs allergy meds, this is an easy way to keep them up to date. This is a great time for our techs to get to know you and your pet’s lifestyle to recommend the correct vaccines and preventions that you need to keep your pet happy and healthy.

There is a $35 exam fee deposit.

There is a $50 Mission fee for unaltered animals.

How these appointments work

Book an appointment online. Bring your pet at your selected appointment time. Speak with one of our technician about your pets lifestyle and we will go over the best options to keep your furry friend healthy and safe from diseases and parasites. Pay online or with card the day of your appointment. Feel free to call us in advance to go over available services.

Dog Pricing

DHPP/DHLPP – $18

This is considered a core or necessary vaccination for all dogs. It protects against distemper, hepatitis, parainfluenza, and parvovirus. If this is the first time your dog is receiving this vaccine, a booster is needed in 3-4 weeks

Bordetella – $18

This is more commonly known as kennel cough. This vaccine is advised if your dog interacts with other dogs, attends day care, goes to the groomer or dog park, or is boarded

Heartworm Test – $20

Heartworms are prevalent in Florida and can cause severe heart and lung disease. They are spread by mosquitos. All dogs should be on a monthly heartworm preventative product. We can test your dog as well as provide a preventative.

Fecal Test – $20

Intestinal worms affect the overall health of your dog. Roundworms and hookworms are transmissible to people.  If your dog tests positive for worms, we can provide the appropriate treatment. 

Dewormer – $20

There are five main types of worms that commonly affect domestic dogs: roundworms, tapeworms, hookworms, whipworms, and heartworms. Coughing, diarrhea, vomiting and lethargy are the general signs the dog has worms. Other symptoms depend on the type of worm. Most types of worms can be diagnosed with a fecal sample which will be examined microscopically for evidence of worms. In the case of heartworms, blood work is usually necessary.

Microchip – $25

Microchips provide a means of identifying your dog. They are the best method of reclaiming a lost pet. Our microchips are a one time fee and do not require an annual subscription.  

Nail Trim – $10

Nail trimming is an essential part of dog grooming and trim nails are one clear sign of your dog’s good health and hygiene.

Heartworm Prevention – see below

Heartworms are spread by mosquitoes, so any area of the country that has mosquitoes—even just a few of them—can also have heartworm disease. Dogs don’t just need prevention during warm-weather months. Heartworm preventives work by treating heartworms that already infected the pet within the past month or longer; meanwhile, preventives need to be given on time, every time to be effective. That’s why the American Heartworm Society recommends year-round heartworm prevention for pets.

Flea Control – see below

Florida is the flea capital of the United States. Fleas are blood feeders and heavy infestations can lead to anemia in your dog. They can also spread tapeworms. Monthly flea control with a safe, effective product is your dog’s best defense.

Cat pricing

FVRCP – $18

This is considered a core or necessary vaccination for all cats. It covers two common upper respiratory viruses as well as panleukopenia which is a severe disease causing vomiting, diarrhea, and often death. If this is the first time your cat is receiving this vaccine, a booster is needed in 3-4 weeks.

FELV – $20

The leukemia vaccine is recommended for all kittens. It is not necessary for adult, indoor only pets. It is recommended if your cat goes outdoors. If your cat is receiving this vaccine for the first time, a booster is needed in 3-4 weeks.

FELV/FIV Combo Test – $25

Both FeLV and FIV can be diagnosed with a blood test that detects the FIV antibody and FeLV antigen circulating in the blood. The antibodies of these retroviruses can be passed from infected mothers through nursing and will pass through the kitten in time. Kittens should only be tested if they are above 8 months of age. 

Fecal Test – $20

Intestinal worms affect the overall health of your cat. Roundworms and hookworms are transmissible to people. If your cat tests positive for worms, we can provide the appropriate treatment.

Dewormer – $15

Common intestinal parasites in cats include roundworms, tapeworms, and hookworms. Some, like roundworms and hookworms, can also infect humans. If your cat has worms, you want to get rid of them fast and prevent them from ever coming back. Deworming medications kill the parasites your cat already has. 

Microchip – $25

Microchips provide a means of identifying your cat. They are the best method of reclaiming a lost pet. Our microchips are a one time fee and do not require an annual subscription. 

Nail Trim – $10

Trimming a cat’s claws every few weeks is an important part of maintaining your pet’s health. Nail-trimming is also a fast and effective alternative to declawing, which involves surgical amputation and can cause behavioral and health issues.

Ear Mite Treatment – $15

Ear mites are tiny parasites that live out their life cycles mostly inside the ear canal. They are quite common and can cause severe irritation and itchiness of the ears. Signs of infection include head shaking, scratching of ears and a dark waxy or crusty discharge from the ears. The mites themselves, however, are generally too small to see with the naked eye. There are different types of treatments depending of the type of ear mite. All pets in the home should be treated at the same time, even if they are not showing symptoms.

Flea Control – Varies

Florida is the flea capital of the United States. Fleas are blood feeders and heavy infestations can lead to anemia in your cat. They can also spread tapeworms. Monthly flea control with a safe, effective product is your cat’s best defense.

Dog Products

  • Parasedge (lasts 1 month) for Heartworms, Fleas, Hookworm, Roundworm and Whipworm
    $15 – 1 month, $45 – 3 mos, $90 – 6 mos.

  • Bravecto (lasts 3 months) for Fleas and Ticks
    $55 per dose

  • Iverhart Plus (lasts 1 month) for Heartworms, Roundworms and Hookworms
    Up to 25lbs – $30 – 6 mos, $60 – 12 mos.
    25.1 to 50lbs – $35 – 6 mos, $70 – 12 mos.
    50.1 to 100lbs – $40 – 6 mos, $80 – 12 mos.

  • Simparica Trio (lasts 1 month) for Heartworms, Fleas, Ticks, Roundworms and Hookworms
    1 month treatment (any weight) $30
    2.8 to 5.5lbs – $132 – 6 mos, $260 – 12 mos.
    5.6 to 11lbs – $132 – 6 mos, $260 – 12 mos.
    11.1 to 22lbs – $132 – 6 mos, $260 – 12 mos.
    22.1 to 44lbs – $146 – 6 mos, $280 – 12 mos.
    44.1 to 88lbs – $146 – 6 mos, $280 – 12 mos.
    88.1 to 132lbs – $150 – 6 mos, $290 – 12 mos.

Cat Products

  • Cheristin (lasts 1 month) for Fleas
    $15 – 1 month, $85 – 6 mos, $170 – 12 mos.

  • Parasedge (lasts 1 month) for Fleas, Ear mites, Heartworms, Roundworms and Hookworms
    $15 – 1 month, $45 – 3 mos, $90 – 6 mos

  • Revolution Plus (lasts 1 month) for Fleas, Ticks, Ear mites, Heartworms, Lice, Roundworms and Hookworms
    $20 – 1 month, $110 – 6 mos, $220 – 12 mos

  • Capstar (lasts 24 hours) for Fleas
    $8 per dose
    Required if we find fleas on your pet

Heartworm Treatment – $500

If your pet tests positive for heartworm we can help!  We will provide you with a step-by-step guide of how the treatment will work.  The cost includes doxycycline, three (3) immiticide injections, and 6 months of heartworm prevention. 

We follow the American Heartworm Society guidelines for treatment. 

Euthanasia

A decision concerning euthanasia may be one of the most difficult decisions you will ever make for your pet. Although it is a personal decision, it doesn’t need to be a solitary one. We’re here to help you make the right decision and can support you as you grieve the loss of your pet.  Please call our office for a personal consultation with our staff. 

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