At Quail Animal Hospital, we are your partners in helping your pet live the healthiest life possible. That is why we strongly believe in wellness and preventative medicine. During your pet’s visit, your veterinarian the opportunity to evaluate your pet’s overall health from nose to tail and discuss appropriate vaccinations, diet evaluation and dental evaluation, parasite screening and prevention. From your pet’s infancy to their senior years, we are your partner in their health.
Vaccinations are an essential part of your pet’s protection against serious infectious diseases. Our doctors determine which vaccinations your pet needs based on your pet’s life-stage and lifestyle. We follow CAPC and AVMA guidelines on recommended immunization protocols for living in our region.
Our veterinarians are accredited by the USDA to issue domestic and international health certificates. We have helped pet's travel all around the world.
For pet travel requirements, please visit the USDA Pet Travel Website at https://www.aphis.usda.gov/aphis/pet-travel
Congratulations on your new family member! During the first year of life, little ones tend to visit the doctor more often as they grow and explore the world around them. A puppy or kitten's comprehensive health plan will include: a vaccination series, parasite testing and treatment, and spay or neuter procedure.
Most pets enter adulthood when they turn one. As such, their activity levels and nutritional needs will have changed. An adult pet's regular physical exam is part of a comprehensive plan for the early detection and treatment of disease.
Pets age at a rate 5-7 times that of humans. Senior animals are prone to many of the same diseases older humans experience—diabetes, kidney disease, and heart disease. Prevention-focused senior health care and laboratory screening are an important part of the health care program to promote a better quality of life as your pet ages.