Healthy Start Kitten & Puppy Plans

Decrease Cost & Increase Convenience for Your New Puppy or Kitten!

Our puppy & kitten plans ensure your new faithful friends get started on the right paw, and provides a minimum of a 10% discount on the vaccines and services listed below.

Welcoming a new pet to your family is an exciting time, but we understand it can also be expensive and stressful. Our team is here for you!

It’s so important to start early with proper veterinary care, and that’s where added convenience and cost savings can really make a difference in adjusting to life with a young pet! We offer two comprehensive packages that cater to the specific needs of felines and canines in the early stages of life. These Healthy Start packages include all the special care they require, including complete exams, vaccinations, and preventative testing and medication, at a discounted rate.

Learn more about each plan below, and schedule an appointment for your precious new family member!

Healthy Start Puppy Plan

Welcome, new pup! With the right care, your new canine companion will be off to a great start in life. To ensure they are developing properly and are protected against life-threatening diseases as their immune systems mature, it’s recommended puppies are examined by a veterinarian every 3-4 weeks until 4 months of age.

The Healthy Start Puppy Plan includes:

Two (2) Comprehensive Physical Exams
10% Discount on Spay/Neuter Procedure
50% Off Microchip implantation if applicable
DAP-L Vaccine (2)
1-year Rabies Vaccine
GI Parasite Screening
GI Parasite Deworming (2)
Monthly Flea/Tick prevention (Credelio) (2)
Monthly Heartworm Prevention (Interceptor) (2)

Healthy Start Kitten Plan

What an exciting time! We look forward to meeting your little feline friend! In order for your kitten to have the best possible start in life, it’s recommended they are examined by a veterinarian every 3-4 weeks until 4 months of age. This ensures they are developing properly and are protected against life-threatening diseases, as their immune systems are still maturing.

The Healthy Start Kitten Plan includes:

Three (3) Comprehensive Physical Exams
10% discount on spay/neuter procedure
50% off Microchip implantation, if applicable
FVRCP Vaccine
FVRCP-L  Vaccines (2)
1-year Rabies Vaccine
FIV/FeLV Testing
GI Parasite Screening
GI Parasite Deworming (2)
1st Dose of Flea/Tick Prevention

Diseases our Vaccines Protect Against

Canine Vaccinations:

Distemper – a highly contagious, potentially life-threatening disease that can cause respiratory, urinary, digestive and eventually neurological symptoms; spread through the air and by direct contact.

Adenovirus Type 2 – one of the causes of Tracheobronchitis (kennel cough); easily spread in confined areas such as boarding/grooming facilities, puppy classes and doggy day care. The vaccine for Adenovirus type 2 also provides cross immunity for Canine Infectious Hepatitis, which can cause severe liver disease.

Parvovirus – causes severe bloody diarrhea and vomiting that can be fatal; transmitted through ingestion of or exposure to infected feces.

Leptospirosis – a bacterial disease that causes kidney damage; spread through contact with urine-contaminated water or food.

Rabies – a fatal viral disease that is transmitted through infected saliva from bite wounds; Rabies vaccination is required by law.

Bordetella bronchiseptica – another cause of Tracheobronchitis (Kennel Cough);  The vaccine for Bordetella is orally administered and recommended for every dog that will be in contact with other dogs.

Feline Vaccinations:

Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis (Herpesvirus) and Calicivirus – cause upper respiratory and eye infections; transmitted through aerosol droplets.

Panleukopenia (Previously Feline Distemper) – causes severe vomiting and diarrhea that can be fatal; transmitted in all secretions and excretions of infected cats.

Feline Leukemia (FeLV) – suppresses the immune system and causes anemia; transmitted through direct cat-to-cat contact. The vaccine is strongly recommended for kittens and all outdoor cats.

Rabies – a fatal viral disease that is transmitted through infected saliva from bite wounds; vaccination is required by law.

FIV/FeLV testing is recommended for all kittens and adult outdoor cats, or those with unknown FIV/FeLV status.

Join the Faithful Friends Family

We proudly provide the compassionate, attentive care your new puppy or kitten needs, and are always happy to answer any questions you may have about our Healthy Start plans! Get started by scheduling an appointment, or contact us.

We look forward to serving you and your young Faithful Friend for many years to come!