WELLNESS EXAM

No CHARGE

For Healthy Pets Only and purchase of Preventative Health Services, such as vaccinations, heartworm testing, etc.

MINOR ILLNESS EXAM

$40

For pets experiencing symptoms of illness or medical concerns. i.e. Gastrointestinal upset, Sneezing/Coughing, Ear infections, Allergies, Skin irritations and more!

Canine Services & Vaccinations

Core vaccines are recommended for all pets with an unknown vaccination history, as they protect against diseases that infect dogs or cats of all life stages and lifestyles. The diseases involved have high rates of infection, pose a threat to the pet’s life, and/or are a danger to human health. 

Non-core vaccines are optional vaccines that should be considered in light of the exposure risk of the animal (i.e., based on  the pet’s lifestyle).

Core Vaccinations

 

Rabies                                                                                           

  • Vaccination is given as a single dose beginning between 12-16 weeks of age, and yearly thereafter. Once an animal has received an initial 1-year rabies vaccination, they are eligible to receive a 3-year rabies vaccine per the veterinarian’s discretion.  

  • Vaccination against rabies and licensing is required for all dogs over 4 months of age by the state of Michigan.

Distemper 5-in-1         $20 One-year         $30 Three-year 

Distemper-Hepatitis-Parainfluenza-Parvovirus

  • Vaccination is highly recommended for all puppies starting at 6-8 weeks of age, followed by boosters every 3-4 weeks until the puppy is 16-18 weeks of age. For dogs over 16 weeks of age with unknown vaccination history, an initial vaccination with a booster in 3-4 weeks is recommended.

  • Re-vaccination at 1 year following the initial vaccination series is recommended, and depending on the animal’s vaccination history they may be eligible for a 3-year vaccine per the veterinarian's discretion. 

Non-Core Vaccinations

 

Bordetella                                                           $20 One-year 

  • Vaccination is recommended for dogs at risk of exposure (dogs that visit boarding kennels, dog parks, groomers, etc.).

  • The initial vaccination can be given as young as 8 weeks old. While the oral and intranasal versions of the vaccine do not need to be boostered, if your dog receives the injectable vaccine it should be boostered 3-4 weeks after the initial vaccine. The Bordetella vaccine should be administered annually thereafter if the dog remains at risk of exposure.

  • Some individual boarding or grooming facilities may require the vaccine be administered every 6 months.
     

Leptospirosis                                                      $20 One-year 

  If combined with the Distemper vaccination, price reduced to $15   

  • The Leptospirosis vaccination protects against 4 strains of Leptospirosis. This vaccine may not provide complete protection and cannot protect against all strains of the virus.

  • The initial vaccination series includes the first vaccination followed by a booster 3-4 weeks later. The vaccine is then administered on an annual basis after the initial series.

Canine Influenza H3N2 & H3N8                     $40 One-year 

  • Canine influenza (CI), or dog flu, is a highly contagious viral infection affecting dogs and also cats. Canine influenza is transmitted through droplets or aerosols containing respiratory secretions from coughing, barking and sneezing. Dogs in close contact with infected dogs in places such as kennels, groomers, day care facilities and shelters are at increased risk of infection.

  • The initial vaccination series includes the first vaccination followed by a booster 3-4 weeks later. The vaccine is then administered on an annual basis after the initial series.

Lyme/Borrelia                                                  $40 One-year 

  • Lyme disease is transmitted through the bite of an infected tick. Clinical signs of Lyme disease may not appear for several months after a dog is infected and include fever. Lethargy, painful joints and inappetence. It is important that pets also receive a monthly tick preventative in addition to the vaccination because ticks can transmit other diseases besides Lyme.

  • The initial vaccination series includes the first vaccination followed by a booster 3-4 weeks later. The vaccine is then administered on an annual basis after the initial series.

Other Services

 

Heartworm Disease & Tick Borne Disease Testing       $20 Heartworm ONLY      $35 Heartworm & Tick Borne Disease  

  • Heartworm disease is a serious disease that results in severe lung disease, heart failure, other organ damage, and death in pets, mainly dogs, cats, and ferrets. It is caused by a parasitic worm that is spread through the bite of a mosquito.

  • The best treatment is prevention! Although heartworm disease is treatable, it can be quite invasive and can cause serious complications, such as life-threatening blood clots to the dog’s lungs.  Treatment is expensive because it requires multiple visits to the veterinarian, bloodwork, x-rays, hospitalization, and a series of injections. Preventing heartworm disease is easy! Most products are given monthly, either as a topical liquid applied on the skin or as an oral tablet. We also offer an injectable heartworm prevention that lasts for 6 months. 

  • For dogs 7 months of age and older, annual testing for Heartworm Disease is highly recommended. A negative heartworm test is required before we dispense monthly heartworm prevention.  Year-round prevention is best!

  • Just like dogs, cats are also at risk for heartworm disease!

Microchipping                                                                                                                          $25   includes Lifetime Enrollment    

  • The microchip is injected under the loose skin between your dog’s shoulder blades and can be done in our clinic. It’s no more invasive than a vaccination.

  • With our microchips, never pay another membership fee! Lifetime enrollment is included and permits unlimited updates to your pet's profile. 

Veterinary Grooming                                                                                                                                                                             

  • Anal Gland Expressions     $20

  • Canine Toe Nail Trims         $15

  • Routine Ear Cleansing        $15    /   Medicated Ear Cleansing        $20

Routine Bloodwork & Urinalysis                                                                                           Starting at $65                                     

In-Clinic testing and Reference Lab testing available

Heartworm Disease Treatment                                                                                                Based on weight                             

  • Inquire for more information

Feline Services & Vaccinations

Core vaccines are recommended for all pets with an unknown vaccination history, as they protect against diseases that infect dogs or cats of all life stages and lifestyles. The diseases involved have high rates of infection, pose a threat to the pet’s life, and/or are a danger to human health. 

Non-core vaccines are optional vaccines that should be considered in light of the exposure risk of the animal (i.e., based on  the pet’s lifestyle).

Core Vaccinations

 

Rabies                            $20 One-year         $30 Three-year 

  • Vaccination is given as a single dose beginning between 12-16 weeks of age, and yearly thereafter. Once an animal has received an initial 1-year rabies vaccination, they are eligible to receive a 3-year rabies vaccine per the veterinarian’s discretion.  

Distemper 3-in-1         $20 One-year         $30 Three-year 

Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis (herpesvirus)-Calicivirus-Panleukopenia

  • Vaccination is highly recommended for all cats starting at 6 weeks of age, followed by a booster every 3-4 weeks until 16-20 weeks of age. For cats over 16 weeks of age with unknown or no previous vaccine history, and initial vaccination plus a follow up booster 3-4 weeks later is necessary. Revaccination at 1 year following the initial vaccination series is recommended and depending on the animal’s vaccination history they may be eligible for a 3-year vaccine. 

Non-Core Vaccinations

 

FeLV / Feline Leukemia                                 $30 One-year 

  • Vaccination is recommended for cats at risk of exposure (i.e. those who go outdoors or are living with an infected or potentially effected cat).

  • Prior to the vaccination the cat must be tested for the virus.

  • Vaccination can be administered as early as 8 weeks of age, followed by a booster 3-4 weeks later. Revaccination at 1-year intervals following the initial vaccination series is recommended.  

Other Services

 

FeLV / FIV Combo Testing                                                                                                     $35                                                       

  • Feline leukemia virus (FeLV) and feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) are contagious, untreatable diseases in cats. Cats that go outside are at increased risk for exposure to FeLV and FIV.

  • FeLV is generally transmitted through contact with saliva from an infected cat. Certain social behaviors such as mutual grooming and sharing food or water bowls can spread the disease. Kittens can become infected during fetal development or during the first days of life as their mothers nurse and care for them. With FeLV infection, some kittens may test positive at first but test negative later if their immune system has been able to eliminate the infection

  • FIV is also transmitted through contact with saliva from an infected cat. However, most cats contract FIV through bite wounds sustained during fights with FIV-infected cats rather than through social behaviors. Kittens whose mothers were infected with FIV may test positive when they are very young but test negative later as the antibodies they received while nursing from their mother wear off. Some veterinarians, therefore, recommend retesting young kittens when they are older (for example, at 6 months of age) to verify whether they are still positive.

  • This test is performed in our veterinary office by performing a blood test.

Microchipping                                                                                                                          $25   includes Lifetime Enrollment    

  • The microchip is injected under the loose skin between your dog’s shoulder blades and can be done in our clinic. It’s no more invasive than a vaccination.

  • With our microchips, never pay another membership fee! Lifetime enrollment is included and permits unlimited updates to your pet's profile. 

Veterinary Grooming                                                                                                                                                                             

  • Feline Toe Nail Trims         $10

  • Routine Ear Cleansing       $15    /   Medicated Ear Cleansing        $20

Routine Bloodwork & Urinalysis                                                                                           Starting at $65                                     

In-Clinic testing and Reference Lab testing available

Medications

 We are competitive with online pharmacies.