Adult Cat Care
Wellness exams keep your cat as healthy as possible!
At Pet Wellness Animal Hospital, we practice cat friendly and fear free veterinary care. This means you can bring your cat to us for an annual wellness exam and know that you are doing everything possible to protect the health and happiness of your cat.
The Value of Regular Wellness Exams
Wellness exams are the best step to keeping your cat as healthy as possible – along with your vigilant observations at home. Bringing your cat in for regular wellness exams is the very best you can do to assure longer life and the highest quality of life for your cat.
The wellness exam is an opportunity for you to discuss any concerns you have about your cat’s health with one of our veterinarians. Topics ranging from nutrition, allergies, bad breath and behavior problems, to mobility issues, risk of infections and any lifestyle and age related changes, are all important discussions. During the wellness exam, our veterinarians’ expertise is at your disposal!
Our Wellness Exams are Comprehensive
During your cat’s wellness exam, our veterinarians will:
· Obtain a medical history
· Check vitals and record your cat’s weight
· Perform a complete physical examination, discuss any findings and make recommendations
· Perform a dental evaluation. Dental care is very important for your cat’s overall health, especially as they get older. We visually examine your cat’s teeth and gums for plaque and tartar, tooth weakness and decay. This screening often detects mouth pain and infections that can affect your pet’s heart, kidneys and liver. Read more about the dental care offered at Pet Wellness Animal Hospital.
Wellness Care Options
At Pet Wellness Animal Hospital, we see wellness care to include a wide variety of options to be discussed with and decided upon by our pet parents. These options include:
· A complete physical examination
· Weight Assessment
· Dental Exam
· Heartworm, Tick Fever/Lyme Blood Test
· Fecal Analysis/Internal Parasite Test
· Yearly Deworming
· Vaccinations as needed
· Feline Leukemia and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus Blood Test
· Protection from infectious diseases through judicious use of vaccines, including FVRCP, FELV, Rabies
· Yearly deworming
· Feline Leukemia and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus blood test
· Fecal analysis/internal parasite screening
· Nutritional Advice
· Screening for illnesses if your cat is experiencing symptoms
Please call us today to schedule a visit with one of our veterinarians so that together we may assess and discuss your pet’s health in detail.