Your new kitten should visit a veterinarian as soon as possible. The initial visit will include a thorough physical examination to determine your kitten’s state of health. Dr. Chambers will check for external parasites (fleas, ticks, lice, ear mites) and for internal parasites (tapeworm, roundworm). Initial vaccination and discuss the types of vaccinations your kitten needs and when they should be scheduled and discuss when your kitten should be spayed or neutered. This first health check will give your veterinarian the information she needs to advise you on your kitten’s diet and care.
Help ensure your cat’s longevity, happiness and quality of life.
Information on protecting your cat against common feline diseases.
Tips on how to ‘petproof’ your home and help avoid injury.
Prevention tips to help avoid infestation on your pet and his or her environment.
Frequently Asked Questions about Kittens
Kittens recieve 3 sets of boosters. Ideally, the first set is done at 8 weeks old, then every 4 weeks after that. The first booster is FVRCP combo vaccine. The second booster is 2nd FVRCP combo and 1st leukemia and the third set is 3rd FVRCP combo, 2nd leukemia and rabies.
The decision to spay or neuter your cat is an important one for cat owners. But it can be the single best decision you make for their long term welfare.
– Spaying/Neutering your cat can improve their overall health.
– Prevent roaming
– reduce unruly behavior
Micro chipping your dog is an excellent means of identification. It won’t fade over time like a tattoo or fall off like a tag. A needle is used to place a little chip under the animal’s skin, between the shoulder blades. That chip has a unique number on it that can be picked up and read by a scanner. The chip traces to your address and phone number.