Puppy and Kitten Care: New Pets Get a Healthy Start at Redwood Veterinary Hospital in Vallejo, CA

Puppies and Kittens

Young pets are such a joy, but they have many needs in the first year of life. Protecting them from disease and parasites can be a full-time job, especially if you have outdoor pets or those that come in contact with others in such venues as training classes, boarding or day care facilities, and dog play parks.

The professionals of Redwood Veterinary Hospital are committed to giving your puppy or kitten a strong start. To facilitate this, we offer every owner of a puppy or kitten our Well Puppy or Well Kitten Package. The staff of Redwood Veterinary Hospital recommends that every pet owner consider pet health insurance. This is especially true for puppies and kittens when they are young and healthy, before they may develop “preexisting medical conditions” that might be excluded from coverage if purchased later on. We discuss pet health insurance in our payment options section, and have prepared a very helpful Pet Health Insurance Packet, to support you in making the best decision about pet insurance for your family.

Puppy and Kitten Wellness Packages

Your young pet needs love, training, good nutrition, and preventive veterinary care for a healthy start. Redwood Veterinary Hospital has designed a complete package of the preventive services your puppy or kitten needs in the first year of life.

These popular, cost-saving programs have grown out of our commitment to preventive health care for our youngest patients.

Redwood Veterinary Hospital Wellness Packages offer a special rate for such services as veterinary exams, vaccinations, fecal exams, and deworming. In addition, the package offers discounts on products and services such as heartworm preventive medication, placement of a permanent identifying microchip, and spay and neuter surgery. We also offer advice on pet training programs.

Enjoy Dr. John Huebner’s advice for new pet owners in his article, A Stress Free Visit to the Veterinarian.

“Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains un-awakened” — Anatole France