Puppy & Kitten Preventive Care

We know that, just like a family member, you will want the best health care you can get to make sure that your new puppy or kitten lives a very long, healthy life. Preventive care can include vaccine series to protect against such dangerous diseases as distemper and rabies. Services can also often include spaying and neutering your young pet, as well as blood screening to establish baseline information for early detection of potential health threats in the future.

What is Preventive Care?

Regular examinations, vaccinations, screenings and other medical procedures provide your veterinarian with information about your pet’s body, organs and overall health. By looking at your pet on a regular basis and measuring changes in their health, issues can be detected earlier and you and your veterinarian can follow through with treatment sooner to avoid illness becoming costlier in the future. This approach to pet healthcare is called preventive care.

How do preventive care plans help?

A preventive care plan, like Sugar Hill Animal Hospitals Premium Puppy and Kitten Wellness Plans, will help you cover the cost of your pet’s basic needs through a budget-friendly plan that is customized by you and your veterinarian. 

Is There a Membership Fee?

Yes. You and your veterinarian will determine which care package is right for you and your budget. Once that is determined, you pay a monthly membership fee based on the plan you choose.

Can I Cancel or Change My Plan?

Yes. We understand that circumstances change and that life is hard to predict. We make it easy to change or cancel your plan at any time. You will be responsible only for the regular price of services you’ve used so far, but won’t be penalized or charged fees for cancellation.

Is This an Insurance Policy?

No. It’s important to note that Sugar Hill Animal Hospital Puppy and Kitten Wellness Plans are not the same thing as pet insurance. They help you manage the cost of necessary regular care for your pet. Pet insurance helps offset costs of catastrophic events, like unexpected accidents or illnesses.

Are Petly Plans Right for Me?

Are you likely to visit your veterinarian one or more times a year? Do you want your pet to be current with vaccinations? Does your pet’s breed or genetic history suggest that you watch out for specific health concerns? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then a Wellness Plan is right for you. Talk to your veterinarian about which Plan is best for your new puppy or kitten today!

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