wellness and preventive pet care

Pet Wellness Care at Mercy Pet Clinic

We proudly offer preventive wellness services to keep your pets happy and healthy from nose to tail.

Wellness Care at Mercy Pet Clinic

All of our recommended wellness treatments and procedures are designed to prevent disease, prolong your pets’ lives and enhance their quality of life. Preventive care begins the day you welcome a new pet into your home, especially if that pet is a puppy or kitten.

We keep your pets happy and healthy through the following procedures and services:

Comprehensive Physical Exams

Make sure your pets are healthy by taking them for an annual physical exam. At Mercy Pet Clinic, our physical exams will ensure your pets are in the best shape they can be in.

Early Disease Detection

Annual blood work and urinalysis, alongside a yearly comprehensive exam, will ensure that our veterinarians catch any potential diseases or infections at the earliest stage possible.

Client Education and Consultations

A pet’s most trusted advocate is his or her owner. This is why the veterinarians at Mercy work hard to ensure pet parents are educated about their pet’s health and understand the procedures we perform.

Microchip Implantation

Microchipping your pet is one of the most effective ways to keep him or her safe. If your pet gets lost, his or her microchip will ensure that the two of you are reunited quickly and safely.

Vaccinations

Vaccinations are an important aspect of pet wellness and preventive care. We offer a full range of vaccinations for cats and dogs to ensure your pets can live happy, disease-free lives.

Parasite Control and Prevention

Protecting your pets from internal and external parasites is an important aspect of wellness care. Our veterinarians will prescribe a monthly prevention program for fleas, ticks and heartworms. Biannual testing is required to detect intestinal parasites and will be conducted during your pet’s physical exam.

Screenings

Mercy Pet Clinic also offers annual blood screenings for all of our pet patients. Routine blood screenings ensure that our veterinarians are able to detect diseases and their warning signs prior to the illness becoming a serious issue. Early detection is key in treating many serious diseases, like kidney and liver disease, as your pet may not show symptoms. If your pet’s blood work indicates that your pet may have or be at risk for a serious disease, our veterinarians will help you develop a treatment or prevention plan to prolong and enhance the quality of your pet’s life.

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