We recommend that a new youngster should be brought to our hospital as soon as you can for an initial nose-to-tail physical exam. Most of our clients already know how to take care of a new puppy or kitten, but for the new pet owners we have all information they need, to help them and their new family member get off to a great start.
At Cahuenga Pet Hospital, we suggest scheduling a complete physical examination for your puppy or kitten right away, to ensure your pet’s good health. We want your pet’s to be as healthy as we would want for our own pets. During the first visit, expect us to design a disease prevention and parasite control plan tailored to your pet’s needs. In addition, guidance is provided regarding issues such as diet and nutrition, proper behavior, socialization, and house training.
The best way to keep your pets healthy and happy is to provide them good preventive care. That’s why we offer CPH Wellness Plans. With CPH Wellness Plans your pet’s will have two comprehensive exams, and also unlimited doctors visits to ensure that any potential health problems will be detected at early stage, so your pet’s health quality will be at the highest level.
Right from the birth every puppy and kitten requires regular wellness care to grow and thrive. Regular checkups and vaccinations are an essential part of your puppy or kitten well-being, and our Puppy Wellness Plans and Kitten Wellness Plans are specially designed to cover all those services that your puppy or kitten will need. All Wellness Plans includes:
- Comprehensive wellness examinations
- All recommended vaccinations
- Diagnostic testing
- Intestinal parasite fecal exams
- Deworming treatments
- Interstate Health Certificate
- Unlimited office visits
Preventative pet healthcare is one of the most important aspects of keeping your puppy healthy, and it should be focused on the health and well-being of your puppy. Our Wellness Plans can offer you both.
We recommend puppy and kitten vaccines as a general preventive measure. These vaccines are given in a series to build immunity as your young pet grows. The puppy and kitten series of vaccinations usually begins at six weeks of age and is completed around six-month of age.