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Wellness exams are a simple and effective way of monitoring your pet's health. Wellness examinations do not necessarily mean that your pet is going to be subjected to a barrage of complicated or costly medical tests and treatments.
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RABIES Active Image Rabies is a serious viral disease seen in mammals that adversely affects the central nervous system, leading to death. Rabies is a zoonotic disease that is typically transmitted through bites from infected animals. The majority of reported cases involve wild animals like bats, raccoons and skunks, but domesticated animals like dogs and cats are also at risk.
DHPP is a combination of four vaccinations: distemper, hepatitis, parvovirus (a severe gastrointestinal virus that is highly fatal to dogs and puppies if not treated early) and parainfluenza. It’s give to puppies in a series of three or four vaccinations and then given every 1 or 3 years to adult dogs. Along with rabies, DHPP is considered a set of core vaccinations: those universally recommended for puppies no matter what their circumstance.
Leptospirosis is a potentially serious disease that affects dogs but can also infect a wide variety of domestic and wild animals as well as humans. The organism is usually spread through infected urine, but contaminated water or soil, reproductive secretions and even consumption of infected tissues can also transmit the infection.
Bordetella is one of the causes of the canine upper respiratory disease, tracheobronchitis or “kennel cough.” It is a bacterial infection of the respiratory system of dogs characterized by severe coughing and gagging.
Lyme disease is one of the most common tick-transmitted diseases in the world. It is caused by a spirochete (bacteria). Dominant clinical features in dogs is recurrent lameness due to inflammation of the joints. There may also be a lack of appetite and depression. More serious complications include damage to the kidney, and rarely heart or nervous system disease.
FVRCP vaccination protects your cat against 3 contagious diseases. Kittens receive 4 FVRCP injections, starting at the age of 6-8 weeks. A booster shot is typically given annually. FVR=Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis.
FeLV (Feline Leukemia) is a very serious disease of the feline world. It is caused by a retrovirus that is spread from cat to cat by saliva, urine and respiratory secretions.