Our Lethbridge veterinarians can help you to protect your dog or cat from many common and serious illnesses, diseases and disorders using routine pet vaccinations and parasite prevention treatments.
We focus on preventative care at Park Pet Hospital because we believe it is the best way to keep your pet from developing common disorders or diseases.
Your pet's routine healthcare rests on a solid foundation of regularly scheduled exams, vaccinations and parasite prevention.
These three approaches form the core of our preventative care programs, providing your pet their best opportunity for lifelong health and happiness. Our team will work with you to develop a custom treatment plan in order to meet your pet's unique needs.
Current vaccinations are a vital component of effective veterinary care for cats and dogs, and essential when it comes to protecting your pet from serious, contagious diseases.
Over the course of their first year, kittens should have the following vaccines administered in order to protect them from disease.
While these are not vaccinations, spaying, neutering and microchipping your cat will help protect him or her from several health issues.
Over the course of their first year, puppies should have the following vaccines administered to prevent dangerous illnesses.
While these are not vaccinations, spaying, neutering and microchipping your dog will help protect him or her from several health issues.
These external parasites consume the blood of birds and mammals.
Ticks consume the blood of mammals and transmit many diseases.
Ear mites may be small, but they are highly contagious and can pose a major threat to pets.
This parasitic worm spreads through mosquito bites and can cause damage to organs.
These intestinal roundworms can cause your pet to suffer major blood loss.
This parasite lives in the intestine and can seriously impact your pet's health.
These flat, segmented intestinal parasites can cause a number of health problems in your pet.
The roundworm can cause severe irritation to your pet's intestines.