Puppy/Kitten Vaccinations

Puppy Package Details

Puppy Package

  • All office visits and physical examinations including a warranty examination which is required by most pet shops and breeders.
  • A stool sample sent to our reference lab to determine if intestinal parasites are present.
  • All canine distemper combination vaccinations that are needed. This vaccination is generally given every 3 weeks until your puppy has reached 16 weeks of age.
  • A rabies vaccination.
  • A free first dose of Heartguard for preventing heartworm disease and controlling many intestinal parasites.
  • A free first dose of Nexgard for preventing fleas and ticks.
  • Any nail trims that might be necessary during the scheduled puppy visit.

What is not included in a Puppy Package?

  • Office visits to check for medical problems or illness.
  • Treatment for medical problems or illness.
  • Heartworm Preventative Medications other than the complimentary “first” dose.
  • Flea and tick control medications other than the complimentary “first” dose.
  • Special vaccinations, i.e Bordetella (Kennel Cough) vaccinations, Canine Influenza, and Lyme Disease vaccinations.
  • Vitamin/Mineral supplements.
  • Any additional medications including worming medications if stool sample comes back positive for parasites.

Kitten Package Details

Kitten Package

  • All office visits and physical examinations.
  • A stool sample sent to our reference lab to determine if intestinal parasites are present.
  • A Feline Leukemia/Feline AIDs blood test to make sure you kitten is not infected with either of these serious/fatal feline diseases.
  • All feline distemper/upper respiratory combination vaccinations that are needed. This vaccination is generally given every 3 weeks until your kitten has reached 16 weeks of age.
  • A rabies vaccination.
  • Any nail trims that might be necessary during the scheduled kitten visit.
  • The opportunity to obtain a discounted feline leukemia vaccination package should you plan to allow your kitten to be allowed outdoors.

What is not included in a Kitten Package

  • Office visits to check for medical problems or illness.
  • Treatment for medical problems or illness.
  • Flea and tick control medications.
  • Special vaccinations, i.e Feline Leukemia vaccinations and Feline Aids vaccinations.
  • Any additional medications including worming medications if stool sample comes back positive for parisites.
  • Vitamin/mineral supplements.