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Puppy & Kitten Services

When it comes to providing your puppy or kitten with the healthiest start in life, Animals First Clinic can help. We provide essential veterinary care and offer guidance to pet owners.

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Early Veterinary Care to Protect Your Puppy & Kitten's Health

Welcoming a new furry family member into your home is an exciting time! Your adorable new fur baby is bound to bring a smile to everyone's face and fill your home with laughter.

Along with the joy of becoming a new pet parent comes the responsibility of providing your new puppy or kitten with the essential healthcare they need.

Our Grande Prairie veterinarians take pride in providing guidance, advice, and compassionate veterinary care for puppies or kittens, helping them grow into strong and healthy adults.

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Your Pet’s First Appointment

At Animals First Clinic, we recommend that puppies and kittens attend their first veterinary appointment at eight weeks of age.

Examination & Diagnostics

During your furry friend's first visit to the veterinarian, they will receive a complete physical examination to assess their overall health, look for signs of any congenital issues, and check for parasites.

Kittens may also be recommended a blood test to check for feline leukemia and feline immunodeficiency virus.

Parasite Prevention & Vaccinations

Deworming medications and the first round of puppy or kitten vaccinations will also be provided during this visit.

Follow-Up Appointments

Your puppy or kitten will need to attend approximately three to four veterinary appointments between the ages of six and 16 weeks. These visits allow your veterinarian to monitor your fur baby's health and administer essential vaccines on schedule.

Guidance for You & Your New Puppy or Kitten

Caring for your new puppy or kitten is a big responsibility. To help you navigate your pet's first year of life, our team will provide you with guidance, support, and helpful information each step of the way, including:

  • A vaccination and medical care schedule
  • Information on spaying and neutering
  • Information on common medical problems such as heartworm disease and feline leukemia
  • Tips on socializing your puppy or kitten with animals and people, including pets already living in your home
  • Basic puppy training guidelines
  • Nutrition information

At each appointment, our veterinary team will make time to answer any questions you may have and address any concerns about your pet's health. We're here to help you provide your cherished puppy or kitten with the best possible care, both now and as they continue to grow.

New Patients Welcome

Animals First Clinic is accepting new patients! Our veterinarians deliver the best care possible to your dogs, cats, small mammals, and reptiles. Reach out today to book an appointment.

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