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Pet WellnessVeterinary Services

We’ll be there for your pet from the first visit throughout their life to provide the best care possible.

Pet Wellness in Park City, UT

Our pet preventive health care methods can help your pet live to its full potential, both in terms of what it can accomplish and how long it can do it.

We recommend that you have your health checked every six months because many diseases can advance swiftly. We’ll determine which blood and urine tests are most appropriate for your pet’s age and explain when further tests, such as blood pressure monitoring, x-rays, or fecal testing, are required.
These visits include the following:

Annual physical exams: While many of our younger patients receive annual exams, we recommend exams every twelve months for pets under six years of age and every six months for pets seven years and older for aging pets or those with medical concerns.

Immunizations: While dogs and cats require some of the same vaccinations as humans, such as rabies and distemper, their vaccination requirements differ because of the diseases that might afflict each species. To safeguard your pet, our doctors will collaborate with you to develop a comprehensive immunization schedule.

Oral exams: Your veterinarian will analyze your pet’s dental health and make relevant recommendations during your annual appointment. Pets, like humans, require routine dental care at home and at the veterinarian’s office. Oral disease affects 70 percent of adult cats and 80 percent of adult dogs, according to the American Veterinary Dental Society.

Flea, tick, and heartworm prevention: We’re here to keep your pets safe from parasites like fleas, ticks, and heartworms. Fleas can cost hundreds to thousands of dollars to remove from a pet and home, and they can be nearly impossible to eradicate because flea eggs can live for a long time. We’ll work with you to devise the most effective flea and tick prevention strategy for your pets.

Nutrition: Your pet’s entire health and well-being are influenced by his or her diet. The dietary requirements of your pet alter with age and activity level. Specially designed diets can help manage a variety of medical illnesses such as renal disease, diabetes, and heart disease. Consult your veterinarian to determine the best food for your pet and the appropriate amount to feed.