Wellness Plans

How Does a Wellness Plan Help You and Your Pet?

By enrolling your pet into one of our Wellness Plans you will be taking charge of your pet’s health and be able to save money at the same time by spreading out the payments over the year. Our Wellness Plans offer many of the preventative diagnostics recommended by our doctors. Additionally, all the plans include unlimited examinations and nail trims.

These plans are not an insurance plan but they can be used in conjunction with a pet insurance plan.

At these exam visits our doctors can determine if there are any medical concerns and offer recommendations to assist in the diagnostics of the concerns as well as help guide you in offering a well-balanced diet, recommendations for environmental enrichment, dental health for those with teeth and even training activities that will help keep your pet happy and healthy.

Take charge of your pocket book and your pet’s health and enroll your pet into a Wellness Plan today!

 

Rabbit Wellness Plan  

  • Rabbits are interesting in that they have teeth that continually grow throughout their lifetime.
  • Rabbits are hindgut fermentors. This means they require a balance of the correct bacteria in their gut to be healthy. An imbalanced diet will disrupt that. Hay must be the main component of their diet.
  • Rabbits need enrichment activities and toys and lots of room to stay healthy.
Bird Wellness Plan

  • Birds are experts at masking illness and injury
  • Birds require mental stimulation with a varying supply of toys, including those that can be destroyed, a stimulating environment and daily training
  • Birds require a balanced, varied diet including pellets, vegetables, greens, fruit, grains and nuts.
Feline Wellness Plan

  • Obesity in cats is becoming more prevalent and can be associated with heart disease, arthritis, diabetes and liver disease.
  • Keeping your cat at a lean body weight can add years to his/her life. 
  • Cats with kidney problems have a reduced ability to excrete waste products into their urine, leading to a potentially toxic build-up in the blood stream. Routine examinations, urinalysis and blood chemistry evaluations can help detect kidney problems.
  • Early detection of kidney is of importance to help slow the progression of the disease.
  • Dental disease can lead to other serious health problems such as kidney, liver and heart disease. Keeping your cat’s teeth clean will help prevent serious preventable diseases.
Canine Wellness Plan

  • Up to 59% of dogs and cats are overweight, making this the most common nutritional disorder identified in veterinary practice.
  • Excess weight is associated with skin and respiratory diseases, kidney disorders, endocrine disorders such as diabetes, arthritis and other orthopedic disorders and some types of cancer.
  • A lean body weight extends the pets life.
  • Excess weight can lead to painful joints, heart disease, difficulty breathing or excess panting and shorten their life by several years.