Every new cat or kitten needs to get off to a good start with a complete physical examination, proper vaccinations against infectious diseases, deworming, and nutritional & behavioral consultation with its owners.
The Well-Kitten Package provides:
The Well Kitten Package costs $280 and must be paid in full at time of first visit.
If purchased separately, these services would cost the pet parent approximately $432 or more depending on the number of visits.
(Purchasing this package will save around 35%!)
All well kitten visits need to be completed within 3 months of purchase. Examinations for sick kittens are excluded from pricing. Feline Leukemia vaccinations can be purchased separately if you plan to allow your cat outdoors.
Cats are stoic animals and can adapt to significant changes in their bodies without giving you any outside signs of impending problems.
Our Senior Testing, recommended annually from age 7 years and above, will screen for medical problems most commonly seen in the senior cat population. If we identify illness at the earliest stages, we may have more opportunity to change the course of the disease and improve your cat's quality of life.
Our Senior Testing includes a complete blood count, a blood chemistry profile, a blood pressure reading, complete urinalysis and in-hospital urine culture (to check for bacterial infection), thyroid hormone level, and retrovirus (FeLV/FIV) testing. Cost for this program is $355 - 390, and can be done at the time of your cat's next health exam.
Our dental health care months are observed annually from February until the end of March.
During these months we offer a gift of good health to your cat by providing dental services at a substantial savings.
Our dental care procedure includes:
All dentals are performed under the close watch of both a doctor and a veterinary technician using a
customized anesthesia plan for your cat. We keep an eye on all aspects of vital signs using a Cardell Veterinary monitor, which allows us to simultaneously monitor body temperature, blood oxygen levels,
CO2 output, heart rate, respiration rate, and blood pressure.
In addition, all patients are given intravenous fluids to maintain hydration and to help eliminate anesthesia
medications from the body following the procedure. Body temperature is observed and maintained using a
Bair Hugger patient warming system.
We provide low cost spay/neuter services for South County Cats!
Based in the Maple Valley area in Washington State, South County Cats is an all volunteer, 501(c)(3) registered non-profit organization.
Their mission is to reduce euthanasia rates at our local shelters. They provide spay/neuter assistance, as well as supporting cats that fall outside the scope of many shelters – those often considered “unadoptable.”
To read more about South County Cats, follow this link! - http://members.petfinder.com/~WA285/