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Help your pet enjoy a happy, healthy life, with our wellness bundles.

Canine Wellness Bundle

Comprehensive physical examination

$53.50

This head-to-tail examination includes, but is not limited to, temperature, weight, and the evaluation of the following:

  • Coat and skin
  • Eyes, ears, mouth, teeth, and gums
  • Heart, lungs, and abdomen
  • Legs and paws

Chemistry profile and CBC

$231.17

A blood chemistry profile, including SDMA, provides information about your dog’s kidneys, liver, and pancreas as well as other functions of the body, such as blood sugar and hydration. A CBC can identify infection, inflammation, and anemia.

Infectious disease screening

$36.77

This screening identifies whether your dog has been exposed to heartworm or other important tick-borne diseases.

Fecal test

$75.00

This test checks for intestinal parasites that may live in your dog’s gastrointestinal tract. Since they are usually hidden from view, the only way to detect and identify most intestinal parasites is by doing a fecal test.

Complete urinalysis

$130.79

This analysis assesses the overall health of your dog’s urinary tract, including kidneys and bladder. It identifies infection or inflammation in the urinary tract.

Feline Wellness Bundle

Comprehensive physical examination

$53.50

This head-to-tail examination includes, but is not limited to, temperature, weight, and the evaluation of the following:

  • Coat and skin
  • Eyes, ears, mouth, teeth, and gums
  • Heart, lungs, and abdomen
  • Legs and paws

Chemistry profile and CBC

$231.17

A blood chemistry profile, including SDMA, provides information about your dog’s kidneys, liver, and pancreas as well as other functions of the body, such as blood sugar and hydration. A CBC can identify infection, inflammation, and anemia.

Infectious disease screening

$54.00

This screening identifies whether your dog has been exposed to heartworm or other important tick-borne diseases.

Fecal test

$75.00

This test checks for intestinal parasites that may live in your dog’s gastrointestinal tract. Since they are usually hidden from view, the only way to detect and identify most intestinal parasites is by doing a fecal test.

Complete urinalysis

$120.79

This analysis assesses the overall health of your dog’s urinary tract, including kidneys and bladder. It identifies infection or inflammation in the urinary tract.

Regular cost: $527.23
Discounted preventative care bundle cost: $375.00
Total Savings of $152.23
Regular total cost: $534.46
Discounted preventative care bundle: $275.00
Total Savings of $259.46
Our patients are placed under general anesthesia during the dental procedure with one of our specially trained technicians, dedicated to monitoring respiration, heart rate, and rhythm, and blood pressure during the entire procedure.  We will perform pre-anesthetic blood work to assess kidney and liver function. An IV catheter will be placed and IV fluids administered to avoid dehydration and to normalize blood pressure during the dental procedure.
We will perform a complete oral exam and radiographs (x-rays) to identify any problems beneath the gum line. (This is just like the x-rays you might receive from your own dentist.) Common painful problems that could be identified with radiographs are broken teeth and roots, periodontal disease, bone infection, abscesses, or infected teeth.
We will perform a complete oral exam and radiographs (x-rays) to identify any problems beneath the gum line. (This is just like the x-rays you might receive from your own dentist.) Common painful problems that could be identified with radiographs are broken teeth and roots, periodontal disease, bone infection, abscesses, or infected teeth.
A full cleaning is done both above and below the gum-line where periodontal disease lurks. It would be impossible to clean below the gum line on an awake dog or cat, but this is where periodontal disease begins with bacteria “living” below the gum tissues. A veterinary cleaning does require scaling or scraping the tooth to remove plaque and calculus on the tooth crown.
Last, the teeth are polished, leaving a completely smooth surface of the tooth, which discourages plaque and bacteria from adhering to the rough tooth surface.
Last, the teeth are polished, leaving a completely smooth surface of the tooth, which discourages plaque and bacteria from adhering to the rough tooth surface.
The pet may be discharged with antibiotics or pain medication. Since an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, our technician will make recommendations for preventative home care for your pet!

Some pets become irritable when they have dental problems, and any changes in your pet’s behavior should prompt a visit. Always be careful when evaluating your pet’s mouth, as a painful animal may bite.

Dental disease can be prevented with proper oral care, and we are here to help! Please contact the office to schedule your pet’s dental cleaning or with any questions.