Why It Matters

The Foundation of a Healthy Pet

Taking great care for your pet begins with the basics, which means establishing a solid groundwork of routine and preventative care. Providing a good life for your pet is about so much more than what you do on those days when they’re not feeling their best—it’s about what you do to make sure those days are few and far between.

It’s Fundamental

Wellness and preventative care are aspects of pet ownership that fall by the wayside all too often, but they’re crucial to the health and happiness of your pet. Unlike us, our pets can’t make their own choices about their health care, diet, and exercise habits, so it’s up to us to make good choices for them!

It starts here: regular exams, vaccinations, and parasite preventatives. Have you noticed how many types of pet food there are out there? Not to worry—we have the knowledge to help you make the best nutritional choices for your pet at every life stage. Wondering what vaccines and parasite preventatives your pet needs? We’ll tailor a plan that’s suited to their health and lifestyle. We recommend that all pets be microchipped—it’s quick, easy, and greatly increases the chances of your pet making it home safe to you should they become lost.

Routine and preventative care allows us to monitor your pet’s health and detect and address any issues before they become big problems. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and that’s what wellness care is all about!

Our routine wellness services include:

Physical exams & vaccinations

Flea, tick, & heartworm prevention


Nutritional & behavioral consultations

And so much more!

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Microchipping Matters!

It’s roughly the size of a grain of rice and only takes a few seconds to implant, but a microchip is one of the biggest things you can do to keep your pet safe! According to a recent study by The Ohio State University, lost dogs with microchips were almost 2.5 times more likely to be reunited with their owners than those without chips. Having a microchip increased the odds of return for a lost cat by a whopping 21 times. Interested? Ask us for more information today!

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