New Pet Checks
Your pet’s heart, lungs, abdomen, bones and muscles, eyes, ears, skin, body condition and dental health will be thoroughly checked.
By identifying any issues early on, our veterinarians can help you to devise a plan for the management or correction of any problems that may have been observed.
Annual Health Checks
An Annual Health Check is of vital importance in maintaining the health of our valued patients.
Without these annual checks, the veterinarians are unable to identify any changes in your pet’s health, such as the development of a heart murmur, appearance of dental disease or identification of any new skin lumps just to name a few.
Dental Health Checks
One of the most common health issues we see in middle aged to older pets is the development of dental disease.
In fact, it is thought that 85% of dogs and cats over 6 years of age have some form of dental compromise.
Often the two main contributing factors towards the development of dental disease are poor diet and genetic susceptibility.
In order to prevent a number of life-threatening diseases occurring in your pets, we recommend keeping your pet’s vaccinations up to date.
For kittens and puppies we generally recommend a series of 3 vaccinations – 6-8 weeks of age, 10-12 weeks of age and 14-16 weeks of age.