Should I get my pet spayed or neutered?

We feel for the long term health of your pet, as well as the possibility of unwanted/undesired puppies or kittens, it is best to spay or neuter your pet if you have no plans to breed them. The AVMA website, is a very good resource for care or basic questions about your pet.

How do I know if my pet is due for shots?

Our recommended vaccination schedule, once the puppy or kitten series of vaccinations is complete, is an annual booster for canine distemper/parvovirus combination for dogs and feline distemper combination for cats. Rabies is recommended every other year for the average animal. Those with a higher risk, such as hunting dogs or farm dogs, we recommend annual boosters. Those with very low risk, dogs that do not leave the house except on a leash, the booster can be extended to three years. See our vaccination schedule here.