Compassionate care for your pets needs
Puppy and Kitten Care
Adding a new puppy or kitten to your family is an exciting and celebratory time. We can’t wait to meet your new, little family member and get them started on a long, healthy journey through life.
When you bring in your puppy or kitten, they will undergo a gentle head-to-tail exam so we can check for any signs of illness and make sure they are in good health. During this initial exam we will address any questions you have about feeding, training, vaccinating and grooming your new friend. If you have other pets and family members, we will give you tips about how to introduce them to your new pet.
The more you are educated about your new pet, the better you will be able to care for him or her. We’re here to support and assist you throughout the process.
Our expert staff will also recommend a vaccination schedule during this initial exam with your puppy or kitten and will come up with a plan for parasite testing, treatment, and prevention as well. If you have any records from the breeder or shelter where you found your puppy or kitten, don’t forget to bring them in.
Let us help you and your new pet get off on the right foot. Contact us to schedule an appointment for your new little friend to come in.
Senior Pet Care
On the other end of the spectrum are those faithful, adored senior pets. At Companion Animal Clinic, we understand how important your older pets are to you. After all, they have become a central part of your family. With our high-quality senior care services, we will help your pet through this new chapter of their life.
Animals age at a much faster rate than humans and can be considered “seniors” even at 7 years of age. It’s important to pay attention to your senior pet’s behavior and health as they age, which is why we recommend regular wellness exams. In fact, the AAHA recommends examinations every 6 months for senior pets.
Our team will make necessary adjustments to medication and diet based on what we find during these exams. We may recommend bloodwork and urinalysis so that we can detect treatable dangers from internal organ damage. Early detection is key so that your senior pet can continue a happy life with you.
We want your older companion’s “golden years” to be some of the best years of his or her life. Consider us an ally in your senior pet’s health care and schedule an exam for them today.
See what our customers have to say!
“You are so gentle and kind, and truly the best vet we have ever had.”
“These folks always make me feel like they are my personal friends, but, most of all, they care 10 times more for my pets. Dr. Whitmore actually got on the floor to greet and examine my Macie.”
“I have been taking my dogs to these folks since 1986. I go back because everyone there is so compassionate and caring. I cannot imagine going anywhere else.”
“Dr Whitmore is one of the most compassionate veterinarians I have ever known. She cares tremendously about our beloved pets AND their owners.”