Puppy and Kitten Preventative Care Packages

Bringing a new puppy or kitten home is always exciting, but it’s important to remember that there are certain steps that you can take as pet parents to start them off on the right paw! Our puppy and kitten preventative care packages will cover all of the bases. If you have a puppy or kitten, schedule an appointment with us during their first few months of life to receive vaccinations, testing, parasite prevention, and a nose-to-tail physical. As your pet grows into adulthood, they require the same type of veterinary care, but on a maintenance level. Senior pets should see us biannually to receive thorough check-ups including testing since they develop medical conditions quicker in some instances. Our preventative care packages can include discounts on certain services that will aid in maintaining good health. These services can include vaccinations, microchipping, deworming, and early testing or screening to catch any existing conditions before they threaten the life of your

Vaccinations for Puppies and Kittens

If you need puppy vaccines or vaccines for kittens or puppy or kitten dewormer, contact us as soon as possible. Our Veterinarians provide vaccinations to protect your fur baby from life-threatening diseases and dewormer to keep them safe from harmful parasites. Also, our veterinarians and staff will start a medical history for your pet. This is created to help screen for or catch certain conditions. Early detection keeps your pet happy and healthy.

Microchipping Can Save Your Friend’s Life

Microchipping is the process of inserting a small tracking device just below the surface of the skin on your pet. The process is quick, sanitary, and painless. Microchipping can ensure your pet finds its way back to you should they become lost. Microchips provide animal control and vets with your contact information for an easy, panic-free return to your home. If you purchase 2 puppy or kitten preventative care packages for your pet, we will include a free microchip for your pet ($55 value).

Contact Us

If you are looking for a great veterinarian in the Reno area, visit Fairgrounds Animal Hospital. We are a full-service veterinary hospital. Our staff of highly skilled and honest professional veterinarians, veterinary assistants, licensed veterinary technicians, and experienced receptionists are passionate about providing the best care possible to your pet. Visit our facility at 2435 Sutro Street, Reno, NV 89512 to see our hospital and meet our veterinarians and staff. You can also call us at (775) 329-4106 to ask questions or to set an appointment.

If you would like more information, please visit us online where you can meet our team or find a full list of our services and hours of operation. You can also find out what our other clients have to say about us and follow us on social media. Come in or call us today!

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Are Vaccines Really That Important?

     The answer to this question seems like a no-brainer—YES! However, many pet owners are unsure why it is so important to keep your dog or cat up to date on their vaccinations. There are many reasons to be responsible about vaccinating your pet, including preventative care to avoid costly emergencies, public health and safety in your community, and best quality of life for your pet. Vaccines are an easy, safe, and effective way to prevent many diseases in cats and dogs. This list includes: Continue…

The Importance of Pet Vaccinations

Schertz_iStock_000015133785_LargeVaccinations have become commonplace for dogs today, as they can effectively prevent potentially serious canine diseases like distemper, rabies, and hepatitis. Not only can regular vaccinations protect your pet’s health, they can also keep the human members of your family healthy as well — some canine illnesses can be transferred to humans.

While annual pet vaccinations have been the general rule for some time, recent studies have shown that  vaccinations may be effective for longer periods of time than originally thought. As vaccinations have become safer and better customized to each individual dog, it is becoming more common for veterinarians to recommend less frequent vaccinations that are tailored to your dog’s specific needs.

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