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PREVENTIVE CARE PRICING
STOOL TESTING AND DEWORMING
All puppies and kittens have parasites and should be dewormed according to the type of worm/parasite infestation at least two to three times. There are many types of parasites, including worms and protozoa that cannot be seen or detected by pet owners. It is necessary to perform at least two to three stool tests. As a responsible pet owner you should allow a veterinarian to run this test and then treat your pet with the proper medication.
The #1 killer of pets is getting lost. Pets get lost or escape as result of natural disasters or a simple act of oversight in regards to securing backyard gates, house or garage doors. Most lost pets are unfamiliar with the dangers of the outside environment and are injured or killed by vehicles, other animals and people. If a lost pet is able to survive long enough it will likely get trapped and moved to an animal control facility. Unfortunately, many of these pets are destroyed because they lack identification. Microchipping is no longer a luxury that few can afford but is a necessity that all pet owners should take advantage of. Microchipping is not expensive and is the responsible thing to do. Many cities and counties, such as the city and county of Riverside, have passed ordinances which require that all pets be microchipped.
Canine AP4 = $30.90 (Heartworms, tick disease)
Feline FT3 = $62.13 (Heartworms, FeLV, FIV)
Fecal Test = $36.71 (Worms and protozoal parasites)
Deworming = $12.50 (Roundworms and hookworms)
Microchip = $41.50 (Global, universal microchip)
Anal Sac Expression = $39.50
Toenail Trim = $21.50