Vaccinations and Exams

Here at All Creature Features Animal Hospital we want to maintain your pets optimum health. This means getting the proper vaccinations as a puppy or kitten and regular exams as a "senior" pet. The proceeding schedules follow the ideal protocol for seeing your new pet for their first visit at six weeks of age and having no previous vaccinations. Any schedule can be custom tailored to fit the needs and age of your pet. All pets should have these sets of vaccines as a puppy or kitten, and then be seen for a yearly exam and boosters. 


1st Visit - 6 Weeks

    - 1st deworming, 1st puppy shot

2nd Visit - 2 weeks later

    - 2nd deworming, 2 puppy booster, 1st bordatella,
      and 1st lyme

3rd Visit - 2 weeks from 2nd visit

    - 3rd deworming, 3rd puppy booster, 2nd
      bordatella, and 2nd lyme

4th Visit - 2 weeks from 3rd visit
- 4th deworming, 4th puppy booster, rabies, and
       fecal check


Adult Dogs

     - Yearly boosters of all vaccines & a heartworm               blood test


1st Visit - 6 Weeks
     - Felv and FIV test
     - 1st deworming, 1st kitten shot

2nd Visit - 2 weeks later
- 2nd deworming, 2nd kitten shot, 1st feline
       leukemia, 1st FIV

3rd Visit - 2 weeks from 2nd visit
     - 3rd deworming, 2nd feline leukemia, 2nd FIV,
       1st FIP

4th Visit - 2 weeks from 3rd Visit

     -3rd FIV, 2nd FIP, rabies and fecal check

*Indoor Kitten: Do not need FIV or FIP vaccinations


Adult Cats

    - Yearly boosters of all vaccinations


Your Older Pet

We recommend your senior pet to be seen by a veterinarian once a year for a special wellness exam. This can include the update of yearly vaccines, a heart worm test, and other special procedures. 

Physical Exam: Checks for heart murmurs and other physical ailments that may have developed as your pet ages

Blood Profile:  Checks for the start of kidney, liver, pancreatic and blood diseases. The blood profile also checks blood glucose (a marker for diabetes) as well as thyroid chemistry levels. 

Tonometry: This checks the eye pressure of your pet and can help save their vision through early detection of glaucoma.