Puppy Package

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Adding a new pet to your home is such a special experience. We want to make sure your new puppy starts out healthy and safe.

Puppy Plan:


8 Weeks

Exam- $35.00
Fecal Testing- $41.98
DA2PP Booster- $16.76
Dewormer- $14.00

11 Weeks
DA2PP Booster- $16.76
Bordetella Booster- $16.76
Dewormer- $14.00

14 Weeks
DA2PP Booster- $16.76
Bordetella Annual- $16.76
Dewormer- $14.00

17 Weeks
DA2PP Annual- $16.76
Rabies (1 year)- $16.76
Fecal Testing- $41.98

Microchip- $49.50 (includes 1 year registration)

Total Cost- $327.78
Price of Package- $262.22
Total Savings- $65.56 (20%)

** Spays and Neuters are charged by weight. If you bring your pet back before 8 months you will receive 10% off of the spay or neuter price with the purchase of this plan.

Dog Vaccine Definitions:

Bordetella- The most common cause of Tracheobronchitis (Kennel Cough) in dogs. It is a bacterial illness that is most common among dogs that congregate at places like dog shows, kennels, dog parks or other places frequented by large numbers of dogs.

DA2PP- also known as DHPP, is a multivalent vaccine for dogs that protects against canine distemper, Adenovirus type 2, Parainfluenza and canine parvovirus.

Canine Distemper- A multi-systemic viral disease in dogs found throughout the world and is usually transmitted through contact with respiratory secretions. Contact with fecal material and urine of infected dogs or things they have contaminated can also cause infection.

Adenovirus type 2- causes respiratory disease in dogs and is one of the infectious agents commonly associated with canine infectious tracheobronchitis, which is also known as kennel cough. Canine infectious tracheobronchitis is usually spread from dog to dog through coughing. Dogs that are around other dogs, such as at boarding facilities, grooming salons, or dog parks, are at increased risk for exposure.

Parainfluenza- A highly contagious respiratory disease that is frequently confused with kennel cough. While the symptoms are very similar, canine parainfluenza is actually a major factor that can cause kennel cough, which is an acute inflammation of the upper airways. The disease can progress to pneumonia in puppies or chronic bronchitis in older dogs. The virus is transmitted through contact with the nasal secretions of dogs that are infected with the disease.

Parvovirus- A serious viral infection. It is dangerous because it attacks the white blood cells, intestinal tract, and heart muscles. When a dog is infected with the virus it will suffer from severe diarrhea and the dogs waste will carry a distinct foul odor. Vomiting, high fever, loss of appetite and depression are some of the other symptoms of the virus.

Rabies- Rabies is a fatal viral disease of mammals including cats, dogs, livestock and humans. Infected wildlife and unvaccinated animals are the source of the virus.

Leptospirosis- “Lepto” is a bacterial disease spread by contact with urine from an infected animal, including dogs, raccoons, squirrels, and skunks. Lepto can cause high fever, severe headache, vomiting and if left untreated, kidney damage or liver failure.

Lyme Disease- Spread by ticks, Lyme Disease can cause arthritis and kidney damage.

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