As your kitten matures into a cat, their health needs change. While preventive care for kittens emphasizes vaccinations and parasite prevention, adult cats require more extensive preventive treatments such as heart monitoring and feline leukemia screenings to keep them healthy throughout adulthood.
At Country Creek Animal Hospital, we offer age-appropriate care beginning at seven-eight weeks. During this initial visit, our experienced veterinary team will conduct a comprehensive physical examination as well as begin heartworm and other parasite prevention treatment. Our Allen vets will also sit down with the pet owners to discuss at-home care as well as what to expect during your kitten’s first weeks. From discussing nutrition and proper feeding to covering territorialism and socialization, Drs. Mensik are here to answer any questions and concerns you may have about keeping your kitten healthy and happy.
Once your kitten has transitioned into full adulthood, more comprehensive treatments may be needed in order to keep them healthy. In addition to preventive care, our full service veterinary clinic offers comprehensive medical, dental, and surgical procedures for cats. By using state-of-the-art instruments during the diagnostic and treatment phases, your pet receives comprehensive, specialized care at the hands of experienced professionals.
At our Allen veterinary clinic, we believe that creating a comfortable environment for your pet during treatment is just as important as the care they receive. To ensure your cat’s visit to Country Creek Animal Hospital is as stress free as possible, all cat procedures are performed in our cat-only examination area.
During more extensive medical, dental, or surgical procedures, we offer anesthesia for cats. Administered by trained professionals, your cat is closely monitored by our dedicated veterinary technician to ensure they are safely sedated during their procedure. Following treatment, we provide owners with anti-inflammatory and pain medications to keep your cat calm and comfortable throughout the healing process.
The vets at Country Creek Animal Hospital are dedicated to providing all pet owners with the knowledge needed to care for their pet. To learn more about our cat and kitten wellness plans, contact Dr. Daryl and Dr. Lollie Mensik today.
Pet Insurance and Third Party Payment Options for Pet HealthCare, Age/Breed specific client education on topics such as nutrition and proper feeding, Litter Box management/selection/placement of boxes and litter, Behavioral Issues, Transmission of common pet parasites to people and other pets, etc
Spay (ovariohysterectomy) and Neuter (castration) consult, Concerns and Alternatives to Declawing, Grooming Basics for Cats/Hairball prevention, Retroviral Diseases and Proper Screening and Prevention measures
Wellness Care throughout the rest of the year, Dental Care and Teeth Brushing Demonstrations, Alternatives to Teeth Brushing
Dental Health, Body Condition Scoring and Weight Management, Nutritional Consulting, Lifestyle/Exercise Assessment, Reinforce need for Annual Screening of Pet’s for Parasites (internal and external), Preventive Measures for Parasites and Other Contagious/Infectious Diseases
Dental Health, Body Condition Scoring and Weight Management, Nutritional Consulting, Special Dietary and Supplemental Needs of Older Pets, Lifestyle/Exercise Assessment, Reinforce need for Annual Screening of Pet’s for Parasites (internal and external), Preventive Measures for Parasites and Other Contagious/Infectious Diseases, Other procedures suggested: Annual Radiographs (X-rays) of Your Pet to be reviewed by a Radiologist as well as Abdominal and/or Cardiac Ultrasound to be performed by a Radiologist
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