Our four-legged family members grow very rapidly from one life stage to the next, which is why pet wellness exams are so important for their continued good health. To keep the pets of White House and surrounding areas in peak condition, we provide treatments selected and measured according to their specific needs.
The purpose of pet wellness care is to prevent illnesses from developing and maintain a routine that promotes well-being and longevity. At Orchard Park Animal Hospital, we recommend annual wellness exams to best support your pet’s health and vitality.
Wellness Exams to Start Puppies & Kittens Off Right
Within the first 6-8 weeks of life, your puppy or kitten should be brought in to see us for their first wellness exam. This involves a nose-to-tail evaluation and a fecal test to check for any sign of intestinal parasites, which are common in pets at this age.
Furthermore, your veterinarian will want to cover a variety of topics with you, including:
Keeping Your Adult Pet Healthy
Adult dogs and cats require yearly maintenance to stay in the best possible shape. Annual wellness exams include blood work to assess blood chemistries and organ function, and screen for diseases such as heartworm and Lyme. Click for details and pricing on our Yearly Canine Complete and Feline Adult Wellness Packages.
Core and lifestyle vaccines recommended for their care will also be administered at each visit. Furthermore, you can request a refill on your pet’s parasite preventives, which should be given year-round–be sure to let us know if you need to stock up. We buy directly from authorized vendors and offer special rebates and free doses which means you can Shop Local and Save Money.
Caring for Your Senior Pet
Pets 7 years of age and older are considered seniors meaning they need additional care and attention from their veterinarian. Like us, they can develop various physical ailments and be vulnerable to disease in their later years. Along with yearly exams, we include blood work to assess their bones, blood chemistry and organ function. Detecting and diagnosing diseases in their early stages is vital to keeping your senior pet comfortable and healthy.
We would be happy to consult with you about your pet’s most essential health needs. Call us today at (615) 672-4200 to make an appointment!