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Customized veterinary care for all life stages
Create a list of services for pet life stage kits based on your practice care recommendations, and help clients see where their pet fits in. Use the lists below to get started.

VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Puppies and kittens:

  • Complete physical examination
  • Vaccination—based on the puppy or kitten’s lifestyle, these help protect against a variety of infectious diseases
  • Diagnostic testing:
    > Fecal tests to check for intestinal parasites
    > Ear cytology to check for ear infections
    > Heartworm test for puppies; FeLV/FIV (feline leukemia and feline immunodeficiency virus disease) test for kittens
  • Parasite treatment & prevention
  • Deworming medication, which treats common parasites such as hookworm and roundworm
  • Heartworm/flea/tick preventive for the protection of the new puppy or kitten

Adult pets:

  • Complete physical examination
  • Vaccination based on lifestyle
  • Diagnostic testing:
    > Fecal tests to check for intestinal parasites
    > Heartworm test for dogs
  • Health screen (blood screen and urinalysis)—Allows for early detection and prevention of disease, such as anemia, diabetes, kidney disease and bladder infection.
  • Dental care—Healthy mouths protect against numerous diseases; your veterinarian may recommend annual or semi-annual cleanings
  • Other services ...
  • Blood pressure monitoring
  • Chest radiographs—For the visualization of the organs of the chest. Heart and lung disorders are common pet diseases that may occur at any life stage.
  • Electrocardiograms—Abnormal heart beats (arrhythmias) and some heart disease can be detected.

Senior pets:

  • Complete physical examination
  • Vaccination based on lifestyle
  • Diagnostic testing:
    > Fecal tests to check for intestinal parasites
    > Senior health screen (blood screen & urinalysis)—Allows for detection and prevention of common problems of pets that are 7 and older, such as anemia, infection, diabetes, kidney, liver, endocrine and bladder diseases.
    > Eye pressure check: tests for glaucoma or uveitis
    > Ear cytology to check for ear infections
  • Parasite prevention—Deworming according to clinic protocol
  • Other services ...
  • Any additional servces listed under the Adult pets list
  • Arthritis screening

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