Services & Pricing

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Service Packages

For Dogs

For Cats

Annual Adult Dog Packs

Dog Pack A

Dog Pack A

  • Wellness Exam**
  • 1 year Rabies Vaccine
  • 5 in 1 Vaccine
  • Bordetella Vaccine
  • Deworming (Hook and Round Worm)
  • Heartworm Test
**Temperature, Pulse, Respiration, CRT and mm, Attitude, Body System Assessment

Dog Pack B

Dog Pack B

  • Wellness Exam**
  • 1 year Rabies Vaccine
  • 5 in 1 Vaccine
  • Bordetella Vaccine
**Temperature, Pulse, Respiration, CRT and mm, Attitude, Body System Assessment

Annual Puppy Pack

Dog Pack A

Puppy Pack

  • 3 Rounds of Puppy Shots 4 weeks apart
  • 5 in 1 Vaccine
  • Bordetella Vaccine
  • Deworming (Hook and Round Worm)
  • Dental Rinse
  • Final Round includes 1yr rabies vaccine

Aftercare

Some Considerations

Some Considerations

It is important to care and monitor your pets after vaccinations or any medical procedure to ensure their well being. Please contact The Pet Stop Clinic immediately if your pet is experiencing symptoms such as swollen face, hives, itching or vomiting as these are signs of an allergic reaction. If your pet is on any other medication or is being treated for any other medical condition, please contact your veterinarian before giving the medications listed below.

Home Care After Vaccination

After receiving vaccinations, your dog may run a fever, become sore or have muscle aches. In some cases, older animals may experience more prevalent side effects. These side effects are common and will run their course within 24 to 48 hours. You can provide support to your dog by giving him the extra attention and treating him to his favorite food while monitoring for uncommon symptoms. Take your dog’s temperature using a thermometer.

Home Care After Vaccination

Temperature Guide

Normal Temperature: 99.5 – 102.5 degrees F
Normal Heart rate: 0 – 100 for large breeds, 100 – 140 for small breeds
Normal Respiratory rate: 15-20

Asprin Administration

Do not administer Tylenol, Ibuprofen, Aleve or any other anti-inflammatory pills other than aspirin. You can give your dog 10 – 25 mg/pound orally, up to one adult aspirin every 8 hrs or as needed.

Administration by Weight

  • 1-5 lbs: ¼ to ½ baby aspirin by mouth every eight hours as needed
  • 10 lbs: 1 baby aspirin every 8 hr.
  • 15-20 lbs: 1½ baby aspirin every 8 hours as needed
  • 20 lbs: 2 baby aspirin, or ½ adult aspirin every 8 hours as needed
  • 30lbs: 1 adult aspirin every 8 hours as needed

Benadryl (Diphenhydramine)

To administer Benadryl, please follow these guidelines or as directed by The Pet Stop veterinarian.

  • 1 adult tablet or capsule = 25mg
  • 1 tsp liquid = 12.5 mg
  • 1 tsp = 5cc or 5 ml

Annual Adult Cat Packs

Cat Pack A

Cat Pack A

  • Wellness Exam**
  • 1 year Rabies Vaccine
  • 4 in 1 Vaccine
  • Feline Leukemia Test
  • Feline Leukemia Vaccine
  • Deworming (Hook & Round Worm)
**Temperature, Pulse, Respiration, CRT and mm, Attitude, Body System Assessment

Cat Pack B

Cat Pack B

  • Wellness Exam**
  • 1 year Rabies Vaccine
  • 4 in 1 Vaccine
  • Deworming (Hook & Round Worm)
**Temperature, Pulse, Respiration, CRT and mm, Attitude, Body System Assessment

Annual Kitten Pack

Dog Pack A

Kitten Pack

  • 3 Rounds of Kitten Shots 4 weeks apart
  • 4 in 1 Vaccine
  • FeLv Test
  • FeLv Vaccine
  • Deworming (Hook and Round Worm)
  • Final Round includes 1yr rabies vaccine

Aftercare

Some Considerations

Some Considerations

It is important to care and monitor your pets after vaccinations or any medical procedure to ensure their well being. Please contact The Pet Stop Clinic immediately if your pet is experiencing symptoms such as swollen face, hives, itching or vomiting as these are signs of an allergic reaction. If your pet is on any other medication or is being treated for any other medical condition, please contact your veterinarian before giving the medications listed below.

Home Care After Vaccination

After receiving vaccinations, your dog may run a fever, become sore or have muscle aches. In some cases, older animals may experience more prevalent side effects. These side effects are common and will run their course within 24 to 48 hours. You can provide support to your dog by giving him the extra attention and treating him to his favorite food while monitoring for uncommon symptoms. Take your dog’s temperature using a thermometer.

Home Care After Vaccination

Temperature Guide

Normal Temperature: 99.5 – 102.5 degrees F
Normal Heart rate: 0 – 100 for large breeds, 100 – 140 for small breeds
Normal Respiratory rate: 15-20

Asprin Administration

Do not administer Tylenol, Ibuprofen, Aleve or any other anti-inflammatory pills other than aspirin. You can give your dog 10 – 25 mg/pound orally, up to one adult aspirin every 8 hrs or as needed.

Administration by Weight

  • 1-5 lbs: ¼ to ½ baby aspirin by mouth every eight hours as needed
  • 10 lbs: 1 baby aspirin every 8 hr.
  • 15-20 lbs: 1½ baby aspirin every 8 hours as needed
  • 20 lbs: 2 baby aspirin, or ½ adult aspirin every 8 hours as needed
  • 30lbs: 1 adult aspirin every 8 hours as needed

Benadryl (Diphenhydramine)

To administer Benadryl, please follow these guideline or as directed by The Pet Stop veterinarian.

  • 1 adult tablet or capsule = 25mg
  • 1 tsp liquid = 12.5 mg
  • 1 tsp = 5cc or 5 ml

Individual Services

For Dogs

For Cats

Dog Pack A

Dog Vaccines

  • Rabies (1 year) $28
  • Rabies (3 years) $41
  • 5 in 1 DAPPV $41
  • Bordetella Vaccine $41
  • Deworming $25
  • Leptospirosis $41
  • Canine Influenza Bi-Valent $48

 

Dog Pack B

Dog Wellness

  • Heartworm Testing $42
  • Ear Cleaning $27
  • Dental Rinsing $16
  • Anal Gland Expressions $27
  • Nail Trimming $27

 

Aftercare

Some Considerations

Some Considerations

It is important to care and monitor your pets after vaccinations or any medical procedure to ensure their well being. Please contact The Pet Stop Clinic immediately if your pet is experiencing symptoms such as swollen face, hives, itching or vomiting as these are signs of an allergic reaction. If your pet is on any other medication or is being treated for any other medical condition, please contact your veterinarian before giving the medications listed below.

Home Care After Vaccination

After receiving vaccinations, your dog may run a fever, become sore or have muscle aches. In some cases, older animals may experience more prevalent side effects. These side effects are common and will run their course within 24 to 48 hours. You can provide support to your dog by giving him the extra attention and treating him to his favorite food while monitoring for uncommon symptoms. Take your dog’s temperature using a thermometer.

Home Care After Vaccination

Temperature Guide

Normal Temperature: 99.5 – 102.5 degrees F
Normal Heart rate: 0 – 100 for large breeds, 100 – 140 for small breeds
Normal Respiratory rate: 15-20

Asprin Administration

Do not administer Tylenol, Ibuprofen, Aleve or any other anti-inflammatory pills other than aspirin. You can give your dog 10 – 25 mg/pound orally, up to one adult aspirin every 8 hrs or as needed.

Administration by Weight

  • 1-5 lbs: ¼ to ½ baby aspirin by mouth every eight hours as needed
  • 10 lbs: 1 baby aspirin every 8 hr.
  • 15-20 lbs: 1½ baby aspirin every 8 hours as needed
  • 20 lbs: 2 baby aspirin, or ½ adult aspirin every 8 hours as needed
  • 30lbs: 1 adult aspirin every 8 hours as needed

Benadryl (Diphenhydramine)

To administer Benadryl, please follow these guideline or as directed by The Pet Stop veterinarian.

  • 1 adult tablet or capsule = 25mg
  • 1 tsp liquid = 12.5 mg
  • 1 tsp = 5cc or 5 ml

Cat Vaccines

Cat Vaccines

  • Rabies (1 year) $28
  • Rabies (3 years) $41
  • 4 in 1 Vaccine (Feline Viral Rhinotrachetis, Calicivirus, Panleukopenia, Chlamydia) $49
  • Deworming $25
  • Feline Leukemia Vaccine $40
  • Feline Leukemia Testing $49

Cat Wellness

Cat Wellness

  • Dental Rinsing $25
  • Nail Trimming $25

 

Aftercare

Some Considerations

Some Considerations

It is important to care and monitor your pets after vaccinations or any medical procedure to ensure their well being. Please contact The Pet Stop Clinic immediately if your pet is experiencing symptoms such as swollen face, hives, itching or vomiting as these are signs of an allergic reaction. If your pet is on any other medication or is being treated for any other medical condition, please contact your veterinarian before giving the medications listed below.

Home Care After Vaccination

After receiving vaccinations, your dog may run a fever, become sore or have muscle aches. In some cases, older animals may experience more prevalent side effects. These side effects are common and will run their course within 24 to 48 hours. You can provide support to your dog by giving him the extra attention and treating him to his favorite food while monitoring for uncommon symptoms. Take your dog’s temperature using a thermometer.

Home Care After Vaccination

Temperature Guide

Normal Temperature: 99.5 – 102.5 degrees F
Normal Heart rate: 0 – 100 for large breeds, 100 – 140 for small breeds
Normal Respiratory rate: 15-20

Asprin Administration

Do not administer Tylenol, Ibuprofen, Aleve or any other anti-inflammatory pills other than aspirin. You can give your dog 10 – 25 mg/pound orally, up to one adult aspirin every 8 hrs or as needed.

Administration by Weight

  • 1-5 lbs: ¼ to ½ baby aspirin by mouth every eight hours as needed
  • 10 lbs: 1 baby aspirin every 8 hr.
  • 15-20 lbs: 1½ baby aspirin every 8 hours as needed
  • 20 lbs: 2 baby aspirin, or ½ adult aspirin every 8 hours as needed
  • 30lbs: 1 adult aspirin every 8 hours as needed

Benadryl (Diphenhydramine)

To administer Benadryl, please follow these guideline or as directed by The Pet Stop veterinarian.

  • 1 adult tablet or capsule = 25mg
  • 1 tsp liquid = 12.5 mg
  • 1 tsp = 5cc or 5 ml