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Pet Annual Visits and Wellness Veterinary Service in Bethany, OK

Your pet can have a longer, healthier life if you let The Council Veterinary Hospital evaluate them frequently and keep the required vaccine’s current.


Pet Annual Visits and Wellness

Puppy Wellness:

Our puppy wellness programme aids in setting your puppy up for a long and healthy life. The first few months are a crucial time in the growth of your puppy. We can provide you with the guidance and resources required to help him or her develop into a well-behaved, healthy dog, including details and suggestions on diet, training, behavior, and socialization.

Make a date for your puppy’s initial examination as soon as feasible. Your puppy is prone to numerous deadly but preventable diseases up until they have undergone a course of vaccinations. In addition to other diseases, we’ll make sure your new dog is protected against rabies, distemper, and parvovirus. Additionally, since young dogs are highly susceptible to parasites, your puppy will need to be examined and treated for them.


Kitten Wellness:

Our kitten wellness program assists in setting your kitten up for a long and healthy life. The first few months are a crucial time in the growth of your kitten. Our team provides you with the guidance and resources required to help him or her develop into a well-behaved, healthy cat, including details on diet, litterbox training, and behavior.

Make a date for your kitten’s initial examination as soon as feasible. Your kitten is susceptible to a number of deadly but preventable infections up until they have received a course of vaccinations. We’ll make sure your new pet is rabies and panleukopenia-free (distemper). Depending on the risk to your cat, we might suggest immunizing them against diseases like feline leukemia (FeLV) and feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV).

The majority of kittens have roundworms, which are intestinal worms that can make cats cough, lose weight, and develop a potbelly (although they may not cause any symptoms). Treatment for roundworms in kittens is necessary to help them recover from the condition and keep the rest of your family and you from contracting it. Since roundworms are zoonotic parasites, they can spread from animals to people. By making sure your kitten is handled properly, you can keep your entire family safe.

We can’t wait to meet your brand-new kitten! Make an appointment right away.


Adult Pet Wellness:

In addition to assuring you that your dog or cat is healthy, bringing them in for bi-annual diagnostic and wellness checkups can aid in the early detection of hidden diseases or problems. Early diagnosis can increase the prognosis of many diseases, reduce medical expenses, and lengthen the life of your pet. Small changes in a dog or cat’s behavior or health may be simple to miss because many dogs and cats are adept at masking indicators of a problem. Some animals with certain diseases don’t exhibit any signs at all.

Since dogs and cats age much more rapidly than people do, it is even more important that our companion animals get regular checkups. The risks of arthritis, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, hormone imbalances, and kidney and liver disease are also factors to consider.

We will do a physical examination during your pet’s wellness examination, inspecting your dog or cat from head to tail. We’ll also see to it that your pet gets the necessary immunizations and preventatives. We will conduct a diagnostic workup to look for parasites and underlying disorders, which may include blood, fecal, and urine testing. We might also advise getting your pet some dental work done. We will advise a baseline examination and diagnostic workup when your pet is getting close to old age so that we can determine what is typical for your pet. We will be able to monitor any changes thanks to this.

You are your pet’s expert and greatest ally because you spend the most time with them. Let us know if you have any questions.

Veterinary Services

Below are all of the veterinary services we offer at Council Veterinary Hospital. If you have any questions regarding our services, please feel free to call us.