Throughout their lives, your pets will likely be exposed to several infectious diseases that can cause severe illness or even death. Prevent infection through vaccination!

The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) and the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) provide guidelines for vaccinations that are based on extensive studies conducted by experts in the field. The studies determine risk factors based on our pets lifestyles and help us develop vaccine protocols that insure the safety and protection of your pets.

We provide safe and trusted vaccines for both dogs and cats. Let’s talk about your pet's lifestyle and history in order to come up with the best plan for you and your loved one.

Canine Vaccination Guidelines

Feline Lifestyle-based Vaccine Calculator

AAHA/AAFP 2020 Feline Vaccination Guidelines

Heartworm & Internal Parasite Prevention

Last year alone there were 300+ reported cases of Heartworm disease in St. John’s and surrounding counties! Heartworm disease can pose a serious threat to your dog and cat’s health. It only takes one bite from an infected mosquito to infect an animal.

Heartworm disease can be difficult and expensive to treat and prevention is key! Year-round protection is essential to ensure protection. Heartworm preventatives are effective and easy to administer and also include effective deworming for your pet. We offer different options and can help you decide what is best for your pet.

Protect your Pet from Heartworms

Feline Heartworm Disease Myths

Why Test Annually for Heartworm Disease

Flea and Tick Prevention

Fleas can cause several health issues in your pets, and prevention is recommended to keep them safe. Fleas can spread multiple pathogens such as tapeworms, cat scratch fever, and other bacterial diseases that are infectious to both pets and people. In addition to skin irritation, fleas can also cause anemia and in heavy infestations, even death. Some pets can also develop severe allergies to fleas and have significant skin reactions with the presence of only a few fleas.

We offer several options for flea prevention for your dogs and cats. These include monthly products as well as those that can be given every 3 months. Ask about your options today!

Where Fleas Live

How to Remove a Tick

Creating a Tick Free Backyard