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Raising a Puppy


Welcoming a puppy into your family is an exciting time! We’re here to ensure your pup is healthy and that you’re both ready to take on the world.

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Every puppy should have a comprehensive nose-to-tail examination to make sure everything is working just right. During the exam, our veterinarian will:

  • Take your puppy’s vitals.
  • Examine your puppy's ears, eyes, nose, mouth, teeth, and gums.
  • Recommend vaccinations based on your pet’s lifestyle.
  • Answer any questions you have.

Puppy Vaccines

Puppy Vaccines

To keep your pup healthy and protect them against serious diseases, it’s important to make sure they are fully vaccinated. Young animals are highly susceptible to infectious diseases since their immune systems are not yet fully developed. Vaccines help your pup fight viruses and bacteria. Our veterinarians will recommend which vaccines make the most sense for your pet and walk you through their personalized vaccination schedule.

6-8 Weeks

Core Vaccine

*Disclaimer: Timeline may vary pet to pet

Neutering and spaying

Neutering and spaying

By neutering or spaying your new puppy, you can curb the birth of unwanted pets.Plus, research shows that neutered and spayed pets livelonger, are more obedient, have less behavioral problemsand are less likely to get cancer. We recommend thatboth neuters and spays happen around 6 months of age.

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