Examination- At Rexdale Animal Hospital your pet is given a complete physical examination ( from nose to tail) by your veterinarian and the relevant medical history is taken prior to the examination. Your pets nutritional needs and preventive health care requirements are discussed in detail by your veterinarian.
Nutrition- Good nutrition is the base for good health. With our commitment to preventive health care, we believe that nutrition plays a vital role in improving skin and coat quality and managing diabetes, obesity, food allergies, kidney, liver and heart disease. Nutrition has a significant role in disease prevention and contributes to longer and better life.We offer prescription diets by Hill's and Medi-Cal . We recommend best life stage diets for your pets and we are here to watch your Pets progress and health and to answer any questions and concerns that you may have.
Parasite control- We provide testing, treatment and prevention for internal and external parasites of your pets. Some worms can transfer from mother to the unborn puppies and kittens in the mother's womb. It becomes extremely important to have fecal tests done and treated at an early age. As some worms can pass from pets to humans.
Kittens and puppies need fecal examinations at least twice before spaying and neutering and adult dogs and cats require stool test annually.
We provide annual heartworm testing and preventive medicines which cover fleas and other skin parasites as well. We offer flea treatment and preventive program for cats and kittens.
Vaccination- As a part of preventive healthcare, we make a vaccination plan for your kittens, puppies or adult dogs and cats throughout their life. Puppies and kittens require vaccinations at the age of 8 , 12 and 16 weeks to boost their immature immune system to fight the infectious agents. Adult dogs and cats need vaccines annually since they have mature immune system. During your visit at Rexdale we provide you the information regarding pet training, socialization tips, proper nutrition and benefits of dentistry. During first few months of owning a pet you might have a lot of questions please feel free to call us.
Microchipping- Did you know that 33% of pets will get lost at least once in their lifetime? We offer and strongly recommend microchip identification. Microchip is a very tiny electronic device that is injected under the skin at the base of the neck. Each pet receives a unique identification number, which is recorded in the national directory and can be read by a portable scanner. Just one quick telephone call to the national directory and your pet will be identified. We recommend that you have your pet micro chipped when it comes in for its neuter or spay appointment.