Pet Wellness Exams
Spay & NEUTER
Treat your pet’s current health condition and help safeguard your pet’s future health by scheduling your healthy pet exam today.
All clinic services are by appointment only.
TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT, PLEASE CALL 760-343-3477
Standard Office Visit Exam – $56
- Includes a nose-to-tail pet examination with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.
Second Pet Same Appointment Exam – $34
- Includes a nose-to-tail pet examination with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine for your 2nd pet during the same appointment as your 1st.
Our other types of exams include:
Standard Office Visit Exam without an appointment/walk-in exam – $65
- A nose-to-tail pet examination with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine for pet owners without an appointment. These non-scheduled walk-in appointments are subject to the availability of our doctors and staff. Currently, we are not able to accommodate most non-scheduled walk-in exams.
Progress Visit – $37
- A follow-up pet examination with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine that is specific to the current condition/illness for which your pet is currently being treated.
Pre-Surgical Exam – $50
- While not common, this exam may be recommended prior to some types of surgery if your pet is over five years of age and/or has conditions that suggest your pet’s health may be compromised by surgery.
Surgical Consultation – $37
- Includes an in-depth discussion with you about your pet’s prognosis for surgery from a senior-level Doctor of Veterinary Medicine who has extensive experience and knowledge in veterinary surgery.
Additional services offered following a pet exam include:
- Blood work tests to check for pathogens and the proper functioning of organs.
- X-rays to detect tumors, organ, or skeletal problems.
- Fecal Tests, done to check for internal parasites.
- Urinalysis that will look for signs of kidney disease.
- Thyroid Tests can monitor hormone levels.
- Vaccinations–Older pets need vaccinations too.
- Dietary supplements that account for the age, breed and medical history of your pet.
- Dental Care –Poor dental health can shorten your pet’s life, and leads to bad breath, loss of teeth, gum disease and more serious illness if left untreated.
If you are scheduling a surgical procedure, we encourage mentioning your interest in having your pet’s dental care needs addressed at the same time.
Men have forgotten this truth, but must never forget it. You become responsible, forever, for what you have tamed.Antoine de Saint-Exupery
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42150 B Jackson Street Ste 106
72307 Ramon Rd
Thousand Palms, CA