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Wellness Packages

Senior Wellness Package, Canine
Total Cost: $158.20 (Retail $197.20)

This wellness package includes the following:

  • Wellness Exam
  • Immunizations (Rabies/DA2L/Bordetella)
  • Comprehensive Senior Blood Panel
  • Fecal/Heartworm Test
  • Science Diet Senior Food Sample




Senior Wellness Package, Feline
Total Cost: $149.52 (Retail $190.89)

This wellness package includes the following:

  • Wellness Exam
  • Immunizations (Rabies/FVRCP/Leukemia)
  • Feline Luekemia/AIDS Test
  • Fecal Test
  • Science Diet Senior Food Sample




Puppy Wellness Package
Total Cost: $220.26 (Retail $271.57)

With the purchase of this pacakge also receive a 10% discount on any Lupine collar or leash.

This wellness package includes a total of four visits:

Visit 1:

  • Wellness Exam
  • Immunizations (DA2)
  • Fecal Exam
  • Deworming Treatment
  • Nail Trim
  • Heartguard Puppy Kit
  • Science Diet Puppy Food Sample

Visit 2:

  • Wellness Exam
  • Immunizations (DA2)
  • Deworming Treatment

Visit 3:

  • Wellness Exam
  • Immunizations (DA2L)
  • Nail Trim

Visit 4:

  • Wellness Exam
  • Immunizations (DA2L/Rabies)





Kitty Wellness Package
Total Cost: $264.20 (Retail $324.54)

With the purchase of this pacakge also receive a 10% discount on any Lupine collar or leash.

This wellness package includes a total of four visits:

Visit 1:

  • Wellness Exam
  • Immunizations (FVRCP)
  • Combo Test (Feline Leukemia/AIDS)
  • Fecal Exam
  • Deworming Treatment
  • Heartguard Kitten Kit
  • Science Diet Kitten Food Sample

Visit 2:

  • Wellness Exam
  • Immunizations (FVRCP/Feline Leukemia)

Visit 3:

  • Wellness Exam
  • Immunizations (FVRCP/Feline Leukemia)
  • Deworming Treatment

Visit 4:

  • Wellness Exam
  • Immunizations (FVRCP/Rabies)





Vaccine Titer Package, Canines 3+ years of age
Please contact our clinic for pricing.

What is a vaccine titer?

A titer is a method of measuring antibodies in a blood sample for specific diseases. Your vet will draw a small amount of blood and then send that blood to a laboratory for testing.

What do the results tell me about my pet?

Titers are usually expressed as a ratio; if the titer number is high, it means that your dog has enough antibodies to fight off that specific disease and is considered to have immunity from infection. For many of our dogs, that immunity is the result of a previous vaccine. However, immunity can also develop because a dog had the disease in the past. Either way, a high titer means your dog is protected and specific vaccines are not necessary. If your pet has a low titer, it will be required to come back in for necessary vaccines. 

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Western Prairie Veterinary Hospital

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8:00 am - 5:30 pm

Saturday:

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