Our wonderful Kitten Plans are a great way to start protecting your fur babies, while also saving some money.
Vaccines are typically given in a series of shots, usually 2-3 weeks apart until the pet is approximately four months of age. The vaccines that are given to kittens to protect them against the most common diseases are called “Core Vaccines.”
Since intestinal parasites can be a medical concern for both cats and their human family members, two deworming treatments given 3 weeks apart is included in our Kitten Plans.
Physical exams done when your cat is young is an important opportunity for your veterinarian to examine your young pet for possible underlying health issues, and to discuss nutrition, flea and tick control, as well as any other concerns you may have.
Our Kitten Plan Includes:
- Two Physical Exams
- One Fecal Test
- Two Deworming Treatments
- One FELV/FIV test
- Two Kitten Pedicures
All core vaccines up to 16 weeks of age (including up to three FVRCP (rhinotracheitis, calicivirus and panleukopenia) vaccines, two FELV (feline leukemia virus) vaccines, and one rabies vaccine.
Call us today to speak with one of our staff members on how to get started.