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Wellness Plans

Our Wellness Plans are an essential part of your pet’s overall health.

petsA comprehensive wellness approach is an effective way to ensure that your pet lives the longest, healthiest, and happiest life possible! We are here to ensure that you receive top quality, compassionate care throughout the duration of your pet’s life.

Any veterinarian can diagnose advanced disease.  The true art of medicine is being able to accurately identify conditions before they become pathological.  Wellness exams offer an effective way to keep your pet’s health in check. Regular visits enable us to find any potential conditions before they become evident.

At AVDH, our goal is to increase your pet’s quality of life and longevity. The best way to ensure that your pet has a long, healthy, and happy life is to conduct affordable and comprehensive annual physical exams. As new technology becomes available, we expand our scope of care to utilize the most effective tools to support your pet’s comfort and well-being.

Our extensive packages utilize lab and diagnostic equipment, which we have in-house to decrease the cost of services. This state of the art equipment allows us to complete thorough workups while you wait. We recommend checking out our annual wellness packages before health concerns arise because we often find and cure conditions that would otherwise go undiagnosed and untreated that could lead to complications further down the road.

We are pleased to offer two options for canine and feline Wellness Plans: Comprehensive and Standard.

Standard Wellness

Wellness PackagesOur Standard Wellness Plan includes a complete blood analysis, electrocardiogram, urine analysis, intestinal and blood parasite screen, video otoscope, vaccinations and physical exam. See the full plan description below.

 

 

 

Standard Wellness Includes:

  • Full examination your pet’s teeth, throat, and oral cavity
  • Convenient administering of vaccinations, including Rabies, Feline Distemper, and Feline Leukemia (All annual)
  • Check your pet’s vision and examine the eyes
  • Conduct a fiber optic exam of your pet’s ears for signs of infection, ear mites, allergic reactions, and other related health issues
  • Examine your pet’s respiratory system
  • Assess your pet’s heart and evaluate cardiac function, ECG (Electrocardiogram)
  • Examine your pet’s lymph nodes and abdomen
  • Examine your pet’s joints and muscles for arthritis and other orthopedic conditions
  • Assess changes in your pet’s body weight, appetite, urination, and bowel habits
  • Examine your pet’s skin for unusual growth developments
  • Conduct FELV-FIV combo test for feline leukemia/feline AIDS (Cats)
  • Conduct blood parasite screen which checks for Heartworms and Tick Borne Diseases (Dogs)
  • Comprehensive Blood Profile to examine function of internal organs
  • Complete Blood Count
  • Assess and evaluate general or specific changes in your pet’s health since the last wellness visit
  • Discuss preventive techniques with you, the pet owner
  • Collect and examine fecal samples for signs of deadly parasitic infestations
  • Collect urine sample for signs of infection, diabetes, or kidney disease
  • Evaluate your pet for repetitive licking or biting in one area
  • Assess your pet’s hair/fur and check for matting
  • Inquire into your pet’s regular activity level
  • Demonstrate to you, the pet owner, how to administer at-home medication
  • Engage you, the pet owner, in conversation and answer your questions and concerns

 


Comprehensive Wellness

Wellness Packages (2)The Comprehensive Wellness Plan goes one step further by including an Abdominal and Cardiac Ultrasound in addition to the items above Regular Ultrasound examinations allow the doctors to visualize the health of internal body organs and observe changes over time.

Comprehensive Wellness Includes:

  • Full examination of your pet’s teeth, throat, and oral cavity
  • Convenient administering of vaccinations, including Rabies, Feline Distemper, and Feline Leukemia (All annual)
  • Check your pet’s vision and examine the eyes
  • Conduct a fiber optic exam of your pet’s ears for signs of infection, ear mites, allergic reactions, and other related health issues
  • Examine your pet’s respiratory system
  • Assess your pet’s heart and evaluate cardiac function, ECG (Electrocardiogram)
  • Examine your pet’s lymph nodes and abdomen
  • Examine your pet’s joints and muscles for arthritis and other orthopedic conditions
  • Assess changes in your pet’s body weight, appetite, urination, and bowel habits
  • Examine your pet’s skin for unusual growth developments
  • Conduct FELV-FIV combo test for feline leukemia/feline AIDS (Cats)
  • Conduct blood parasite screen which checks for Heartworms and Tick Borne Diseases (Dogs)
  • Comprehensive Blood Profile to examine function of internal organs
  • Complete Blood Count
  • Assess and evaluate general or specific changes in your pet’s health since the last wellness visit
  • Discuss preventive techniques with you, the pet owner
  • Collect and examine fecal samples for signs of deadly parasitic infestations
  • Collect urine sample for signs of infection, diabetes, or kidney disease
  • Evaluate your pet for repetitive licking or biting in one area
  • Assess your pet’s hair/fur and check for matting
  • Inquire into your pet’s regular activity level
  • Demonstrate to you, as the pet owner, how to administer at-home medication
  • Engage you, as the pet owner, in conversation and answer your questions and concerns
  • Cardiac and Abdominal Ultrasounds

We highly recommend that a Cardiac and ultrasoundAbdominal Ultrasound be conducted during your pet’s wellness exam. Why? For early detection of potential life-threatening conditions that are not found during bloodwork, physical exam, or pet history. Learn more about the value of cardiac ultrasound and see it in action in this patient case.

Please feel welcome to visit us to obtain additional detail and find out how you and your pet can take advantage of complete wellness plans for optimal and continual health. Call us today at (512) 288-1040 or request an appointment online.

One more thing!  Don’t forget that a healthy and loving pet/owner relationship can also provide healthy benefits to you and your family, such as stress relief, increased happiness, fun time in the fresh outdoor air, playfulness, regular exercise, and warm hugs ~ just to name a few. Offer your pets the gifts of health, longevity, and attention they deserve!Pet Wellness

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you wish to learn more, we invite you to call us at (512) 288-1040. We look forward to hearing from you!