Canine Wellness and Vaccination Plan

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure!!

For all dogs, we recommend yearly bloodworm and examinations as well as heartworm testing for those animals traveling.

Heartworm testing is performed in April through June of each year and prevention medication is dispensed to give monthly from June 1st – November 1st.

Stage 1: Your puppies first 16 months

First vaccinations on puppies are usually done as early as 6 weeks of age. This is often done before the pup is purchased. Bring us a copy of all the information you received at the time of purchasing for us to help determine if any vaccinations are needed before 8 weeks of age.

1st visit: (usually needed at 6 to 8 weeks of age)

Physical examination

First vaccination of puppy package

Fecal analysis at this time, +/- deworming

Information given regarding diet choices, up coming visits, spay/neutering, behavioural issues

2nd visit: Usually about 9-11 weeks.

  • Physical exam
  • Second round of vaccinations
  • Question and answers regarding any current health or behavioural issue

3rd visit: Usually at between 12-14 weeks

  • Physical exam
  • Third and final vaccinations for the year, Rabies given at this time
  • Spay and neuter procedures discussed and booked for 6-18 months of age pending the breed

6-18 months of age:

  • Spay or neutering- We recommend 6months for females and 6-18 months for males. Ask us at the clinic for more advise.
  • Microchip implantation if requested (highly recommended)
  • Pre-anaesthetic blood work (checking for any early signs of illness, provides a baseline for your pet )
  • Health and well being assessment, i.e., body condition
  • Diet and dental health advice

At 16-18 months:

  • Annual physical exams
  • Full vaccinations (if required)
  • Fecal analysis
  • Any health concerns at the time discussed with owner
  • Body condition assessment
  • Recommendations regarding dental health

Stage 2: The Adult pet: ages 2-7 years old

  • Annual physical exam, vaccinations, fecal analysis if needed
  • Ongoing body condition assessment and guidelines given
  • “Mini” wellness blood profiles to catch any early health concerns
  • Recommendations regarding dental health

Stage 3: The Geriatric pet: ages 8 years +

  • Annual or bi-annual physical exams depending on noted physical changes
  • Comprehensive work-up including 17 chemistry blood panel and complete blood count (CBC)
  • Urinalysis
  • Blood pressure testing
  • Dental care
  • Body condition and diet assessment
  • Vaccinations

*** These are our general recommendations; your veterinarians individual concerns and recommendations may vary depending on your pet’s breed, age and overall health status.



  • Main Office

    215 Scoble Townline Rd.

    Neebing, Ontario, P7L 0C2

Location Hours
Monday8:00am – 5:00pm
Tuesday8:00am – 5:00pm
Wednesday8:00am – 5:00pm
Thursday8:00am – 5:00pm
Friday8:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday8:00am – 12:00pm

After regular hours, emergency care can be obtained by contacting the veterinarian on call at 475-3837.