Puppy & Kitten Veterinary Care
Puppy & Kitten Vet Care
Bringing a new puppy or kitten home is truly the best time! This cute, cuddly new family member can't help but make everyone who interacts with them smile.
As great as this time is, there is some serious veterinary care that needs taken care of during your new bundle of joy's first year.
Your vet will develop a custom health care plan to meet your pet's specific needs during their first year, and provide you with plenty of support and guidance along the way!
Your Pet’s First Appointment
Puppies need to be taken to the vet for the first time around six weeks of age, and kittens typically, around eight weeks.
As part of this first visit, your pet will be given a full physical exam to assess their general health, check for external parasites, and look for signs of congenital defects.
Your new pet will be given deworming medications for hookworms and roundworms, and their very first puppy or kitten vaccinations.
More About Vaccines & Prevention
Finally, for kittens, we will perform a blood test to check for feline leukemia and feline immunodeficiency virus.
Puppies and kittens should attend 3 to 4 veterinary appointments between the ages of 6 and 16 weeks. These visits allow our vets to assess your pet's overall health and to administer vaccines on schedule.
New Puppy Information & Plans
To support you and your new puppy at our veterinary clinic, our vets have put together some valuable information on potty training, crate training, intestinal parasites, vaccinations, nutrition and more.
New Puppy Info
At Cinder Rock Veterinary Clinic we offer a puppy plan to cover all the services your puppy will need in its first year of life and to provide you with cost savings.
New Kitten Information & Plans
To support you and your new kitten, our vets have put together some valuable information on house training, crate training, nutrition, socialization, behavioral issues and more.
New Kitten Info
At Cinder Rock Veterinary Clinic we offer a kitten plan to cover all the services your kitten will need in it's first year of life and to provide you with a cost savings.