Wellness Plans provide the preventive care
your furry family member needs for a healthy and happy life.
To enroll, contact our office today!
for Adult Dogs & Cats
Make your pet’s health and well-being a priority
What is included?
|$30 examination co-pay (unlimited)|
|Technician Office Visits (unlimited)|
|Complimentary nail trims (unlimited)|
|Annual preventive care examination|
|Core vaccine boostersVaccinations prevent many pet illnesses. Vaccinations can help avoid costly treatments for diseases that can be prevented. Vaccinations prevent diseases that can be passed between animals and also from animals to people. Diseases prevalent in wildlife, such as rabies and distemper, can infect unvaccinated pets. administered based on age, breed, and risk.|
|Annual lab work panelDogs are very good at masking illness, and disease may be present even in dogs that appear to be healthy. If a disease can be detected before a dog shows signs of illness, steps can often be taken to manage or correct the problem before permanent damage occurs.
blood chemistry panel, complete blood count, and SDMA kidney screen
UrinalysisUrinalysis is a routine test that reports the physical and chemical properties of urine. It is used mainly to assess the health of the kidneys and urinary system, but it can also reveal problems in other organ systems, and is important for diagnosing metabolic disease such as diabetes mellitus. It is a valuable test in both healthy and sick animals and should be included in any comprehensive evaluation of a pet's health. with sediment
|Intestinal parasite screenMany dogs and cats contract intestinal parasites from their mother. The most common intestinal parasites are roundworms, hookworms, and tapeworms. These may cause symptoms like diarrhea or vomiting, but sometimes there are no symptoms. This is why a fecal check is part of routine diagnostic testing.|
|Heartworm, Leukemia and FIV screen (cats)|
|Heartworm screen (dogs)|
(12 month supply)
|Routine dental cleaning packageRoutine Dental:
IV catheter and fluids.
Full mouth dental radiographs
Scale and polish of all teeth
Warm blankets and recover
|Blood pressure screenDogs can have high blood pressure, and it's often caused by underlying health conditions like diabetes or kidney disease. Certain dog breeds are more likely to develop health conditions that increase their risk of getting high blood pressure.|
|RadiographsDigital x-rays and provide an incredibly accurate high resolution and non-invasive snapshot of your pet’s internal structure. The goal is to have a complete understanding of your pet’s health so we can give your dog or cat the best care possible.(2 views)|
SAVE 50% ON EVERY EXAM
UNLIMITED $30 CO-PAYS
SAVE 5% TO 10% OFF EVERY BILL
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
|Membership fees and discounts||Essential||Comprehensive|
|Initial Membership Fee||$99.00||$99.00|
|Multiple pet discount||-$20.00||-$20.00|
|Monthly payment for cats||$42.00||$86.00|
|Monthly payment for dogs||$47.00||$95.00|
|Member discount perk||5%||10%|
|Minimum savings per year*||$34.00||$118.00|
*Minimum annual savings in the first year will be less than the cost of initial membership fee
ARE WELLNESS PLANS LIKE INSURANCE?
No, pet insurance programs help reduce the financial risk of unexpected veterinary costs in the event your pet is sick or injured.
Wellness Plans provide your pet with routine care that is needed each year such as examinations, vaccinations and basic laboratory tests necessary to help protect against illness and disease. The cost for each plan is divided into 12 affordable monthly payments. Wellness Plans automatically renew each year to ensure your pet is always covered for the preventive care services they need on a yearly basis.
Questions & Answers
Below are a few of the common questions clients ask about our Pet Wellness Plans.
Can I pay for a full year up front?
Yes, you can pay for the full year when you sign up for your Wellness Plan.
An additional $99 one-time membership fee is collected upon enrolment.
Do Wellness Plans renew after a year?
Yes, unless you request that we cancel your plan, it will renew automatically each year.
How do I make monthly payments?
Your payment information (credit card) is entered into a secure portal when you sign up for your plan. The payment day is the 20th of each month.
How does a Wellness Plan help me manage my finances?
We understand that you want the very best for your pet but preventive and routine care can add up quickly.
Our Pet Wellness Plans offer you an easy-to-manage monthly payment option so that you know exactly what your core pet care will cost each month. No surprises.
By spreading out the payments, wellness plans help avoid the problem of bigger bills each time you bring your pet to the vet.
I have more than one pet. Can I get a discount on multiple wellness plans?
When you sign up multiple pets at the same time, you will only pay the one-time $50 enrolment fee once (not for each pet).
My pet is getting older. Does it make sense to buy a Wellness Plan?
Wellness Plans help keep senior pets feeling well as they age. Your Wellness Plan can be customized based on your pet’s unique recurring needs, and that includes aging-related requirements! Wellness Plans for older pets include the standard core services, in addition to screening for various age-related diseases and disorders.
My pet is young and healthy. Does it make sense to buy a Wellness Plan?
Regular preventive veterinary care for young animals can help build a foundation for good life-long health. When you sign your pet up for a Wellness Plan as a puppy or kitten, puppy/kitten vaccinations are included in the monthly fee.
Should I invest in a Wellness Plan every year?
We highly recommend it! Pet Wellness Plans help our clients manage routine veterinary care costs and help ensure that our patients get the medical care they need on a regular basis.
What happens if my pet passes during the 12 month commitment?
If your pet passes away during your 12-month commitment, we will cancel the plan immediately.
What is the difference between a pet Wellness Plan and pet insurance?
While both Wellness Plans and pet insurance help you manage the costs of your pet’s veterinary care, the types of veterinary services they cover are different.
Wellness Plans include preventive care costs (things like vaccinations and routine exams), while Pet Insurance is designed to cover emergency services, accidents, or specific illnesses.
Will the Wellness Plan cover all of my pet's healthcare needs?
Wellness plans cover the routine care that all cats and dogs need (core vaccines, heartworm prevention, flea prevention, and more). You will also receive a discount on any other service your pet needs (like bloodwork or additional exam), excluding food and grooming.