If this is a cell number, we can send you text reminders for appointments.
This is where you'd like to receive health service reminders and detailed appointment reminders, in addition to the text reminders. You can opt out of one or the other at any time.
If your pet received a rabies vaccine or any other vaccines from another veterinarian, please provide us with their contact information and we'll gladly call to obtain those records for you. Please be aware that if the rabies vaccine is expired, records cannot be obtained by us or you aren't able to bring them in, we will be required by law to administer this vaccine at the time of the visit.
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If your pet's previous vaccine or medical records are at one of these 3 places, we will need your help obtaining the information.
Please list all medications and supplements your pet takes on a regular basis, how much and how often.
Please tell us the name of the food, how much you feed them and how often.
Annual Wellness Options
Please read through each of the items listed below and indicate what you'd like to have done for your pet. A yearly wellness visit for a cat typically consists of the following:
All pets will receive a comprehensive exam by the doctor to ensure they are in good health. This will enable the doctor to continue approving prescriptions for your pet for the next year.
We support the recommendations of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Center for Disease Control and recommend at least once a year intestinal parasite screens for all cats. Whether they spend their time mostly indoors, or outdoors, cats can contract and spread intestinal parasites many different ways, including hunting and exposure to areas where other animals have been.
Feline leukemia and FIV are two contagious viral diseases that affect cats. Kittens can become infected in the womb and adult cats can contract these diseases from interactions with other cats. It is strongly recommended that all kittens are tested at their first visit. Cats that spend any time outdoors should be tested yearly thereafter.
The state of Texas requires this vaccine for all cats, including indoor-only cats. Rabies is a fatal virus that attacks the central nervous system and is contagious to humans. This vaccine is administered yearly to cats as the preservative in the other types of rabies vaccines have been linked to vaccine associated tumors.
This is a combination vaccine containing Feline Rhinotracheitis, Calcivirus and Panleukopenia. This vaccine is considered a core vaccine for all kittens and is then given according to age, lifestyle and previous vaccine history.
Feline Leukemia Virus is a contagious disease transmitted by other cats. Kittens can become infected in the womb and adult cats can contract it from interactions with other cats. Our doctors recommend it for all kittens and then for adults cats based on lifestyle and previous vaccine history.
This is a baseline blood panel, parasite screen, FIV/Felv test and heartworm test recommended for all cats under 6 years of age. It checks to see if all organ systems are healthy and serves as a valuable reference as your pet ages.
This is a comprehensive blood panel recommended yearly for all cats over 6 years of age. Having bloodwork done for geriatric pets is crucial for longevity, early detection of disease and management of conditions.