Wellness & Preventive Care

The foundation of great pet health is wellness (like annual exams!) and preventive care. Contact the Sploot team today to explore the right wellness and preventive care services for your furry family member!

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Wellness Exams

Did you know that proactive, consistent wellness care for your pet can help you stay ahead of many diseases and conditions your pet may encounter in its life? At Sploot, our wellness exams include a thorough pet physical exam and a detailed evaluation of your pet’s day to day life and behaviors (from nutrition to exercise habits). And, because we know pets (and their parents!) may dread going to the vet, we invest in a warm, comforting environment and great goodies throughout the visit - all to make sure you and your pet parent have the most positive vet clinic experience possible.

Not sure what wellness plan makes the most sense for your pet, or have a specific concern? Give us a call or send a text - we’ll be happy to help you navigate your pet’s care.

Vaccines

Are vaccines important for pet health? Yes! Vaccines help strengthen pets’ immune systems, which helps them avoid the pain and discomfort of various conditions and diseases, and helps you avoid the stress (and cost of tackling full blown conditions and diseases, which is much costlier than vaccines!). Our Sploot veterinarians will work with you to select which vaccines are most appropriate for your pet based on factors like age, breed, sleeping location (indoors or outdoors), and lifestyle.

A dog receiving a wellness exam by a veterinarian
Illustration for veterinary dental care

Dental Care

Like people, our pet friends require regular dental care to prevent tooth and gum disease - avoiding bad breath and a photo-ready grin are just icing on the cake! Dogs and cats who do not have regular oral care, including tooth brushing and bi-annual cleanings, often develop tooth-related issues by age 3. Our Sploot vets can help you figure out what the best oral care plan is for your pet.

A closeup look at a canine's teeth

Puppy and Kitten Exams

Puppies and kittens require extra care and attention in the early stages of their lives. You can start building the foundations of great health when your pet is 8 weeks old - the recommended time to kick off puppy and kitten wellness exams, including puppy and kitten vaccinations.

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