Dr. Nulton will perform the exam and any procedures while Kimberly, her assistant, holds your pet. Young, healthy dogs and cats should have a check-up once a year, while older pets should be checked twice a year. This is an ideal opportunity for us to address any of your questions relating to your pets overall well-being.

HEALTH ALERTS
The following is a list of signs to watch for which would indicate the need for a sooner check-up:

  • Weight Loss
  • Loss of Appetite
  • Excessive Eating
  • Excessive Water Consumption
  • Excessive or Frequent Urination
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Coughing or Sneezing
  • Loss of Energy
  • Change in Behavior
  • Change in Coat Condition
  • Trouble Eating
  • Skin Lesion
  • Blood in Stool or Urine
  • Vaccinations

We can provide all of your pets’ immunizations in the home setting. Our philosophy is to provide the least number of vaccines necessary to maintain health. We follow the revised 2006 AAFP and AAHA Guidelines which emphasize the individualization of choices based on input from the client. New York State law requires that all dogs and cats be vaccinated against rabies. We will discuss the core and non-core vaccines with you and customize a protocol appropriate for your individual pet. Back to Services


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