We believe it is important for all pets to have a physical exam every year. So here is your incentive to get your pets to the veterinarian:
FREE VACCINES FOR LIFE!
The program is simple. It allows us to provide optimal wellness care for our patients while providing significant savings for their families. There is a one time, non-refundable enrollment fee for each pet; currently $100/cat or $125/dog. You may enroll as many pets as you like, but the enrollment fee is not transferable to other pets or other owners. Then you need only return once yearly for a physical exam administered by the veterinarian and any vaccine for which your pet is due will be given free of charge (puppies and kittens will be examined every 3-4 weeks until their vaccine series are complete). You are responsible for the cost of the exam. There will be a 30 day grace period from the date of the annual exam. Allowing the exam to become overdue past the grace period will void your enrollment. At that time you may either re-enroll or pay for vaccines as you go.
Canine Free Vaccines for Life Include:
• Triennial DAPP (Distemper, Adenovirus, Parvovirus, Parainfluenza)
• Puppy Boosters
Feline Free Vaccines for Life Include:
• Triennial FVRCP (Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, Panleukopenia)
• Annual Feline Leukemia
• Kitten Boosters
Other vaccines are not included in this program. This program does not cover any other testing, medications or services, which will be an additional cost to be paid at the time of service.
Not all pets are due for all vaccines every year. The veterinarian will determine which vaccines your pet needs on a case by case basis. This program should not be interpreted as a way to excessively vaccinate. Our philosophy is to only administer warranted vaccines to each pet. Only healthy pets will be vaccinated at the discretion of the veterinarian.
We are committed to offering this program and honoring it for the lives of all pets enrolled.
We will send reminders via e-mail, phone, and postcard prior to the due date of the exam, but ultimately it is the owner’s responsibility to have the pet examined to keep the plan active.