Rabies – $7
The rabies vaccine is one of the very important core vaccines, and is required by state law for all dogs and cats over 12 weeks of age. Depending on your pet’s medical history and age, this is either a 1-year or a 3-year vaccine. For ferrets, available as a 1-year vaccine, please inquire in advance.
DA2PP – $16
This core vaccine is a combination that protects against canine distemper, adenovirus type-2, parvovirus, and parainfluenza. It also protects against infectious canine hepatitis and aids in the prevention of infectious canine tracheobronchitis (Canine Cough). Depending on your dog’s medical history and age, this is either a 1-month, 1-year or a 3-year vaccine.
Bordetella (Canine Cough) – $12
A non-core vaccine, bordetella is administered via nose drops and can help protect against infectious canine tracheobronchitis (Canine Cough). It is generally requested by kennels or doggy daycares, and sometimes groomers. It is similar to the human flu vaccine in that it is possible for your dog to still contract the disease even if vaccinated. This is a 1-year vaccine.
FVRCP – $16
This is a combination of important core vaccines which protect against viral rhinotracheitis (caused by feline herpesvirus type-1), calicivirus, and panleukopenia. Depending on your cat’s medical history and age, this is either a 1-month, 1-year or a 3-year vaccine.
Feline Leukemia – $18
Feline leukemia is a serious, incurable disease that suppresses a cat’s immune system. It is one of the most common causes of death in domestic cats and it is possible for infected cats to not show any symptoms. However, it is considered a non-core vaccine because indoor cats are generally low-risk.
Leptospirosis – $15
This is a non-core vaccine for dogs. Leptospirosis is a potentially serious disease usually spread through infected water, soil, or the urine of infected animals like raccoons or opossums. Dogs who may be at a higher risk include those who spend time in lakes, ponds, or creeks, wooded or rural areas, but dogs in urban areas can be affected as well. $15.00
Heartworm Testing – $20
The American Heartworm Society recommends testing for dogs every year. For the purchase of heartworm prevention, we require a negative test at least every two years (except for Sentinel brand, which requires a test every year). The test only needs a few drops of blood and results are available in under 10 minutes.
Microchipping – $18
A microchip is as small as a grain of rice, and is easily implanted under the skin of your pet between its shoulder blades. The chips provide a permanent, unalterable ID code that is unique to each animal. For lost-and-found pets, animal shelters, animal control officers, veterinarians, and others use a hand-held scanner to obtain the owners’ contact information from the chip. We use 911TinyChip™ chips, which are thinner than other microchips, and therefore a smaller needle can be used. These chips are also ISO-compliant, which means they can be read by scanners worldwide. Includes free registration.
Deworming – Price Varies Based on Weight
Puppies and kittens almost always have worms, so we always recommend giving them a dewormer. For adult pets, it is not a bad idea to deworm once a year. If your pet is on heartworm prevention, chances are your pet is already receiving an additional intestinal dewormer; however all worm types may not be covered.