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Veterinary Service

Pet Puppy & Kitten Care

Thank you for adding a new puppy or kitten to your family, if you have one! We will answer any queries you have about grooming, parasite prevention, immunizations, feeding, training, and general health in order to keep your new family member content and healthy.

Pet Puppy & Kitten Care in Canton, IL

To make sure that your new puppy or kitten is healthy and prepared to remain that way, it is essential to get them properly examined and immunized.

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Pet Puppy & Kitten Care

We work hard to provide you with all the assistance you require since the more knowledgeable you are about your pet, the better you will be able to care for him or her.

A thorough physical checkup will be performed on your puppy or kitten during the visit to check for illnesses or developmental problems. It will be done a fecal flotation to check for intestinal parasites, which commonly afflict on puppies and kittens. We will also go through a timetable for your pet’s vaccinations as well as a program for treating and preventing parasites at this time. We’ll also talk about any behavioral tips or exercises you may perform at home to get ready for future sessions with us. These techniques will ease your pet’s anxiety and increase their comfort and familiarity with what might happen during a visit to the vet.

Schedule your pet’s initial visit as soon as possible following adoption. Based on your requirements, we’ll develop a personalized care plan that includes advice on vaccines and upkeep.

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It is essential to administer immunizations and adhere to a schedule for puppies and kittens in order to safeguard their delicate bodies against the most common diseases.

Parasite Prevention

Puppies and kittens can eat or sniff at the internal parasite eggs that are carried by a variety of objects. It's essential to check your puppy or kitten for intestinal worms and administer the recommended medications.

Spaying and Neutering

For pets, we normally advise spaying or neutering in order to prevent unintended pregnancies and lower the risk of additional health issues. It's advisable to spay or neuter your cat by the age of five months. For dogs, we normally advise spaying or neutering between 6 and 12 months, though breed and size can change this. Based on the conditions, our veterinarians will discuss with you the best time to spay or neuter your pet.

Veterinary Services in Canton, IL

Soft Tissue Surgery

Cold Laser Therapy

Dental Care



Orthopedic Surgeries

Puppy & Kitten Care

Laboratory Services

Parasite Prevention

Euthanasia & Cremation

Surgical Laser

Wellness Exams