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pet preventative care

Spay Neuter Clinic of the Carolinas is pleased to offer our pet preventative services for your pet!

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Spay Neuter Clinic of the Carolinas

Dual HeadingSpay Neuter Clinic of the Carolinas preventative services include pet exams, testing, and vaccines.

your local spay neuter and wellness veterinarians in Charlotte, NC.

Pet Exams

Just like children, pets need to see the doctor on a regular basis to stay healthy. That’s why it’s important to bring your pet in for an exam at least once a year. During the exam, the veterinarian will check your pet’s weight, temperature, and heart rate. They will also look for any signs of illness or injury. If your pet is overdue for an exam, don’t wait any longer. Schedule an appointment today!

pet testing

Pets are members of the family, and like any family member, they deserve the best possible care. That’s why it’s important to get your pet tested for illnesses and diseases on a regular basis. Blood testing is one of the most important tools available to pet owners, as it can help detect a wide range of conditions at an early stage. Bycatch testing can also be used to screen for genetic diseases. With pet blood testing, you can give your furry friend the gift of good health.

pet vaccines

Pets are an important part of many people’s lives, and pet owners want to do everything they can to keep their furry friends healthy. One crucial way to do this is to make sure they are up-to-date on their vaccines. Vaccines help pets by protecting them from diseases that could make them very sick or even be fatal. There are a variety of different vaccines available for pets, and the specific vaccines your pet needs will depend on their age, health, lifestyle, and risk of exposure to certain diseases. For example, all puppies and kittens should be vaccinated for distemper and rabies. However, an indoor cat who never goes outside may not need the feline leukemia vaccine. Talk to your veterinarian about which vaccines are right for your pet. If you have any questions about vaccines, contact us today.