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810-629-9882
Sandy Smith, DVM
Angela Kvasnica, DVM

KITTEN HEALTH PROGRAM

(Starting at 10 weeks of age)


Congratulations on your new kitten and thank you for choosing Animal Health Clinic as your kitten's veterinarians! It is our goal to provide your new kitten with the best medical care available. We know that kitten ownership is a big responsibility and expenses on a new kitten can certainly add up fast. In order to help minimize some of your health care costs and to make your cat ownership a happy and healthy experience, we have developed the Kitten Health Program. This program will get your kitten started off on his or her vaccines, physical exams, and feline leukemia test. Your kitten will be given a thorough medical exam to determine its general health and to rule out any congenital birth defects. During the course of the plan two stool samples will be requested to check for intestinal parasites (worms). Parasites are identified by microscopically observing the eggs, which the adult worms, when present, pass into the bowel of the kitten.

1st Visit:

Kitten Kit

$9.00

(Comprehensive Dental & Nutrition Instructions)

Physical Examination

$40.00

Fecal Exam

$20.00

Feline Leukemia test/FIV Test

$53.00

FeLV Vaccine #1

$29.00

DPRTC (1st)

$29.00

Strongid (Dewormer) #1

$12.00

Nail Trim & Instruction

$11.00

Revolution for kittens

$16.00

OSHA Compliance/Biohazard Fee

$2.50

2nd Visit:

Wellness Exam

$40.00

DPRTC (2ND)

$29.00

Ear Clean & Instruction

$22.00

Strongid #2 (Dewormer)

$12.00

FeLV Vaccine #2

$29.00

OSHA Compliance/Biohazard Fee

$2.50

3rd Visit:

Wellness Exam

$40.00

DPRTC (Annual)

$29.00

Rabies Vaccine (1 Year)

$23.00

Recheck Fecal

$22.00

OSHA Compliance/Biohazard Fee

$2.50


TOTAL COST: $ 425.50
20% SAVINGS: $(85.50)
PUPPY HEALTH PLAN TOTAL COST TO OWNER: $ 340.00
Coupon Toward Your Pet’s Spay or Neuter: $ 20.00

There are 7 diseases for which we recommend vaccination:

Distemper: A viral infectious disease that affects any system of the body. All dogs are susceptible, but in young animals it is usually fatal.

Adenovirus: A viral infectious disease affecting dogs.

Leptospirosis: A spirochete bacterial infection transmitted usually through rodents: can be transmitted to humans and can be fatal.

Bordetella: An infectious respiratory disease that can lead to life threatening pnemonia.

Parainfluenza: A viral respiratory infection that is highly contagious.

Parvo: A severe and often fatal viral infection of the gastrointestinal tract, characterized by vomiting, diarrhea, and often death.

Rabies: A fatal viral disease which attacks the central nervous system. Transmitted to both humans and animals by the bite of an infected animal.

Not included in the Puppy Health Program is the Lyme vaccine; nor are heartworm prevention or any medical treatment for a problem detected Upon examination. After the initial vaccinations, an annual physical, blood screen, vaccines, heartworm and fecal exam are recommended to promote adequate immunity and general good health of your dog.

SPAYING AND NEUTERING ARE ROUTINELY PERFORMED AT 6 MONTHS OF AGE.