Keep your kitten in good health from the very beginning. Have them vaccinated and dewormed every 3-4 weeks from weaning until they are 4 months of age. Also, be sure to have them tested for the two fatal viruses, Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV). At 8 weeks, have them examined and dewormed for hookworms and roundworms. An upper respiratory vaccination should be performed at this point as well. At 12 weeks, continue to deworm them and have them vaccinated with a respiratory vaccination booster. At 16 weeks, vaccinate them with a rabies vaccination and upper respiratory vaccination booster. Show your beloved kitten all your love. Call today!
Adult and Senior Cat Care
Ensure your adult cat is in good health with an annual check-up. This can help to identify any diseases or illness before they become widespread. In the case of your senior cat, make sure you're caring for it properly with the following:
- Routine Geriatric Blood work Panel
- Thyroid Screening Tests
- Special Diets
- Radiology Appointments and Exams
- Regular Dental Care Maintenance and Check-ups