The Preventive Care Plan for Kittens covers your kitten’s initial wellness needs with some amazing membership perks. Members receive medical exams at no cost and a 10% discount on most products and services outside of the Plan. Kitten Plans last six months.
The plan includes up to three wellness exams and consultations, the initial vaccination series, a feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) and feline leukemia (FeLV) screen, an intestinal parasite screen, broad-spectrum deworming, and an initial dose of a parasite preventative.
Our veterinarian will examine your kitten from nose to tail for any abnormalities. We will assess his overall appearance. Your kitten’s heart and lungs will be listened to for irregularities. His eyes, ears, nose, and mouth will be evaluated as well.
You will discuss socialization, nutrition, and general kitten care with our veterinarian. You also have a chance to ask questions and address any other concerns you may have.
The Preventive Care Plan for Kittens includes vaccinations preventing calicivirus, herpesvirus, panleukopenia, rabies, and FeLV.
The calicivirus/herpesvirus/panleukopenia combination vaccine will be administered at your kitten’s initial visit and boostered every 3 weeks until his last visit at 16 weeks of age. Your kitten will also be vaccinated against rabies at his 16-week visit.
An FeLV vaccine will be administered at his 13-week visit and boostered at his 16-week visit.
FIV is mostly commonly spread through bite wounds from an infected cat. Un-neutered male cats with access to the outdoors, especially those who are likely to fight with other cats, are at the greatest risk for FIV infection.
Therefore, keeping your cat indoors and away from infected cats is the best way to prevent your cat from contracting FIV. There currently is no FIV vaccine available and there is no cure.
FeLV is commonly spread through the saliva and urine of infected cats via grooming, shared litterboxes, food dishes, and fighting. Feline Leukemia may cause anemia, lymphoma, leukemia, suppression of the immune system, and other disorders. FeLV worsens over time and is usually fatal. There is no cure for FeLV.
Intestinal Parasite Screen
An intestinal parasite screen is included in our Plans. Intestinal parasites are common in dogs. They can cause a wide range of symptoms, including diarrhea, vomiting, weight loss, and anemia. Some types of parasites, including roundworms and hookworms, can be transmitted from dogs to humans. Routine testing and monthly treatment protects your dog, as well as you and your family!
At his initial visit, a dose of broad-spectrum deworming suspension will be given to your kitten to safely and effectively treat infestations of hookworms and roundworms.
Your kitten will be given an initial dose of heartworm, flea, hookworm, roundworm, and ear mite prevention. To continue protection from these parasites after the initial dose, you can purchase Bravecto Plus from us. Bravecto Plus prevents heartworm disease and protects your kitten against fleas and ticks for 2 months. It also treats roundworms and hookworms.
Bravecto Plus is eligible for the 10% discount provided by the plan. Merck, the manufacturer of Bravecto Plus, also offers instant rebates with the purchase of 2 or 4 doses.