Services & Pricing

Take the guesswork out of getting your pet the care they need. Whether you choose an individual service or a bundled service package, our permanent Wellness Centers and pop-up Community Clinic locations all provide transparent, up-front pricing with no office visit fees.

Prices and services shown below are for your clinic.
Service and pricing may vary by location.

Individual Services

Service Packages

Each of our bundled service packages includes a preset series of vet-recommended vaccinations and screenings at one convenient, discounted rate.

Annual Adult Dog

The Vital Package

Physical Exam 

5-in-1 Vaccine + Lepto

Bordetella Vaccine

Intestinal Parasite Screening

$89

Compare to $169 for individual services!

$79

Compare to $169 for individual services!

The Choice Package

Physical Exam

5-in-1 Vaccine + Lepto

Bordetella Vaccine

Intestinal Parasite Screening

Rabies Vaccine

Heartworm/Tick-Borne Disease Test

$109

Compare to $219 for individual services!

$99

Compare to $219 for individual services!

Puppy Visits

at 8 Weeks Old

Physical Exam

5-in-1 Vaccine

Intestinal Parasite Screening

Deworming

$69

Compare to $117 for individual services!

$63

Compare to $117 for individual services!

at 12 Weeks Old

Physical Exam

5-in-1 Vaccine + Lepto

Bordetella Vaccine

Deworming

$79

Compare to $158 for individual services!

$72

Compare to $158 for individual services!

at 16 Weeks Old

Physical Exam

5-in-1 Vaccine + Lepto

Bordetella Vaccine

Deworming

$79

Compare to $158 for individual services!

$72

Compare to $158 for individual services!

Add-Ons to Any Package Above
Rabies Vaccine

All dogs must be vaccinated for Rabies Virus. Rabies is a viral infection of the central nervous system that can affect all mammals, including humans, and is 100% fatal if left untreated. It is transmitted from animal-to-animal or from animal-to-human primarily through the bite of an infected animal. Rabies virus travels in the nerves from the site of the bite to the brain and spinal cord. Rabies is carried in the U.S. in wild animals such as skunks, raccoons, foxes, and bats.

Intestinal Parasite Screening

The Intestinal Parasite Screening involves taking a fecal sample and checking it microscopically for common intestinal parasites like roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, giardia, and coccidia.

Heartworm/Tick-Borne Disease Test

The Heartworm/Tick-Borne Disease Test is a single blood test that screens for heartworm disease and several common tick-borne diseases. Your veterinarian will draw a small amount of blood from your dog. In our Wellness Centers, the blood sample is tested in-house. In our Community Clinics, the blood sample is submitted to a national laboratory for testing.

Lyme Disease Vaccine

Lyme disease is caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi, which is transmitted by a tick bite. This vaccination helps prevent infection, even in previously infected animals. It should be noted that tick preventives are also available for pets.

Rattlesnake Vaccine (Regional)

This vaccine does not prevent the toxin effects of a Western Diamondback Rattlesnake bite, but it does provide help delaying the onset of symptoms while you get your pet to a full-service veterinary hospital.  On average, antibody levels in recently vaccinated dogs are comparable to treatment with three vials of antivenom, meaning vaccinated dogs should experience less pain and a reduced risk of permanent injury from a Western Diamondback Rattlesnake bite. Vaccination may reduce the overall effects of a bite, reduce or eliminate the need for antivenom, and increase the chances of survival for your dog.

Influenza Vaccine

Canine Influenza Virus is a highly infectious respiratory disease most commonly seen in socially active dogs. The highest risk includes dogs frequently attending dog parks, doggy day care, training classes, boarding, and grooming facilities. However, cases can occasionally appear in dogs confined to a house or yard, as the disease is occasionally transmitted dog-to-dog through a fence or screen door.

Adult Wellness Bloodwork

Adult Wellness Bloodwork is comprised of a panel of tests known as a Biochemistry Profile and a Complete Blood Count (CBC). It is for both cats and dogs, of any age, to screen for internal medical problems. The veterinarian will combine the findings, your pet’s medical history, and other information to assess your pet’s health status and determine if additional testing or medications are recommended.

Service Available Only
in Wellness Centers

Senior Full Wellness Package

The Senior Full Wellness Package includes the testing of blood, urine, and a fecal sample to help the veterinarian assess the overall health of your pet and detect certain disease processes.

Service Available Only
in Wellness Centers

Annual Adult Cat

The Vital Package

Physical Exam

3-in-1 Vaccine

Rabies Vaccine (adjuvanted)

Intestinal Parasite Screening

$75

Compare to $115 for individual services!

$69

Compare to $115 for individual services!

The Choice Package

Physical Exam

3-in-1 Vaccine

Rabies Vaccine (adjuvanted)

Intestinal Parasite Screening

Feline Leukemia Vaccine

$83

Compare to $152 for individual services!

$75

Compare to $152 for individual services!

Kitten Visits

at 8 Weeks Old

Physical Exam

3-in-1 Vaccine

Feline Retroviral Test (FeLV/FIV)

Intestinal Parasite Screening

Deworming

$65

Compare to $161 for individual services!

$59

Compare to $161 for individual services!

at 12 Weeks Old

Physical Exam

3-in-1 Vaccine

Feline Leukemia Vaccine

Deworming

$65

Compare to $121 for individual services!

$59

Compare to $121 for individual services!

at 16 Weeks Old

Physical Exam

3-in-1 Vaccine

Feline Leukemia Vaccine

Deworming

Rabies Vaccine (adjuvanted)

$83

Compare to $141 for individual services!

$75

Compare to $141 for individual services!

Add-Ons to Any Package Above
PureVax® Rabies Vaccine (non-adjuvanted)

PureVax Rabies Vaccine is an effective and safe annual vaccine designed specifically for cats. It is non-adjuvanted, meaning it contains less of the materials thought to cause inflammation that can lead to Vaccine Injection Site Sarcomas (VISS).

Intestinal Parasite Screening

The Intestinal Parasite Screening involves taking a fecal sample and checking it microscopically for common intestinal parasites like roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, giardia, and coccidia.

Feline Retroviral Test (FeLV/FIV)

A simple desktop blood test that tests for two feline retroviruses, FeLV (Feline Leukemia Virus) and FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus).

Feline Leukemia Vaccine

An effective vaccine for prevention of Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV), a highly contagious and lethal retrovirus.

Adult Wellness Bloodwork

Adult Wellness Bloodwork is comprised of a panel of tests known as a Biochemistry Profile and a Complete Blood Count (CBC). It is for cats of any age to screen for internal medical problems. The veterinarian will combine the findings, your pet’s medical history, and other information to assess your pet’s health status and determine if additional testing or medications are recommended.

Service Available Only
in Wellness Centers

Senior Full Wellness Package

The Senior Full Wellness Package includes a CBC, serum chemistry panel, T4 “thyroid test,” urinalysis, and fecal parasite screening to help diagnose disease or provide a baseline in cats over 7 years of age.

Service Available Only
in Wellness Centers

Need services available only at a Wellness Center?

Our Wellness Centers are permanent locations in retail stores that offer regular hours for annual wellness and minor medical services not available in pop-up Community Clinics.

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