Manassas Wellness Exams & Vaccinations
Ongoing Wellness Care for Happy, Healthy Pets
In order to keep your pet happy and healthy for many years to come, our Manassas veterinarians recommend you bring your pet into Independent Hill Veterinary Clinic regularly for wellness exams and vaccinations. Your pet’s health is of great importance to us! We work hard to ensure they receive the highest quality care to enhance their quality of life. When your pet receives regular wellness care from our veterinary team, we can establish a record of your pet’s health that we can use for future diagnoses. We’ll be able to more quickly identify changes in your pet’s health if they are up to date with their wellness exams. Regular wellness care at Independent Hill Veterinary Clinic leads to happy, healthy pets.
Vaccines for Your Pet
An important part of the wellness care program at Independent Hill Veterinary Clinic is vaccinations. According to the ASPCA, vaccines are an essential tool in protecting your pet’s long-term health. Not only do vaccinations prevent your pet from contracting dangerous diseases, they also limit the spreading of these diseases and protect the local pet community.
During your pet’s regular wellness visits at Independent Hill Veterinary clinic, our Manassas veterinarians will recommend a vaccination schedule to benefit your pet’s health based on their age, breed, and other risk factors. Regardless of your pet’s risk factors, there are several core vaccinations which are considered universal or standard for all pets.
Canine core vaccinations include:
Feline core vaccinations include:
- Herpes virus type I
All of the vaccinations listed above are designed to help your pet avoid catching these dangerous and contagious diseases. Our veterinary team may also recommend additional vaccinations for your pet’s wellness program depending on their specific heath needs. We want to do everything we can to ensure that your pet’s health is protected.
Like vaccinations developed for human, vaccines for pets are perfectly safe. These essential preventative vaccinations undergo rigorous testing before they are distributed to the broader population. Remember that many of the diseases that these vaccines protect against occur at a much lower frequency because of the prevalence of these vaccinations; vaccinated pets are less likely to contract and spread dangerous diseases like distemper. When you vaccinate your pet, you are protecting them, your family, and the pets and families of the Manassas community!
We are treated just as if we were part of the regular Independent Hill "family".- Donna
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Great service, no complaints- Merlyn
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