Canine Vaccines

Many diseases that can affect dogs and cats can be prevented with the proper vaccinations. At Peachtree City Animal Clinic, we take a look at your pets lifestyle, environment, and risk factors when deciding on the correct vaccinations for your pet. 

Puppy core vaccinations are listed below:

        DHPP - 6 weeks

        DHPP - 9 weeks

        DHLPP - 12 weeks

        DHLPP and Rabies - 15 weeks

        DHLPP - 20 weeks  

The yearly recommended vaccinations for dogs are after finishing the puppy vaccines are:

DHPP

Rabies

Lepto 

Other vaccinations that may be needed for boarding, grooming, or doggy day care will be discussed with our Doctors at the time of the visit. 

Dentistry

Dentistry is one of the best ways to continue a long healthy life for your pet. A dental cleaning includes scaling and polishing of the teeth, evaluating the teeth for any extractions that might be needed, and performing the needed extractions. Pets need to be anesthetized for a proper dental cleaning, we will perform pre-anesthetic bloodwork before scheduling a dental cleaning. At your pets annual visit, our Doctors will evaluate your pets teeth to see if a dental cleaning is recommended. 

Spay & Neuter

Spay and Neuter help your pets live a healthy life and keep the population down of unwanted pets. We offer spay and neuter for cats and dogs. We check pre-anesthetic bloodwork before scheduling the procedure to ensure all organs are functioning properly. All pets will go home with pain medication to ensure a comfortable time after surgery. 

Boarding

We offer boarding for both dogs and cats for current clients. Our boarding pets are housed in large, opened kennels and runs. Our kennel staff provide your pets with the care they need throughout their stay. This includes clean accommodations, feeding, continuous access to fresh water, and administering medications if needed. 

Vaccines required for dogs: 

DHPP, Rabies, Bordetella, and Bivalent CIV

Vaccines required for cats: 

Rabies, FVRCP, and Leukemia vaccine

Boarding drop off and pick up times are:

8:45 am - 11:30 am 

1:00 pm - 5:15 pm 

Saturday/Sunday pickup times: 

4:00 - 4:30 pm 

Please call  upon arrival for weekend pickups and wait for kennel staff to bring your pet to your car. 

Feline Vaccines

Many diseases that can affect dogs and cats can be prevented with the proper vaccinations. At Peachtree City Animal Clinic, we take a look at your pets lifestyle, environment, and risk factors when deciding on the correct vaccinations for your pet. 

Kitten core vaccinations are listed below:

          FVRCP - 6 weeks

          FVRCP - 9 weeks

          FVRCP - 12 weeks

          FVRCP, Rabies - 15 weeks 

The yearly recommended vaccinations for cats after finishing the kitten vaccines are:

         FVRCP

         Rabies

Other vaccinations may be needed if your cat goes outside or boards will be discussed with our Doctors at the time of your visit. 

In-House Lab Diagnostics

While we often see your pets for surface problems, there are numerous health issues that can develop that we can't immediately see. We have in house diagnostics including bloodwork, urinalysis, and radiographs that will help us determine the underlying problem with your pet. Whether this is checking for diabetes, kidney and liver problems, heart and lung conditions, or urinary tract infections, we can check these in house for more immediate answers. 

We do offer ultrasounds, which are images made in real time checking the abdomen and heart, thru a traveling ultrasound group. 

Surgical Services

We are proud to offer multiple surgical services. We perform pre-anesthetic bloodwork for all pets before scheduling the surgery.  

The options of surgical procedures include: 

 - Growth/Mass Removal

 - Baldder stone removal (Cystotomy)

 - Intestinal Surgery/Foreign Body Removal

 - Feline Declaw (for current clients only and                            after discussion and history.)

 - C-Section

 - Laceration repair

 - Hematoma repair

Microchips

Peachtree City Animal Clinic we highly recommend having a microchip done on your pet. Microchips are a permanent pet identification that is placed in the skin between the shoulder blades. It is safe and simple way to identify pets when they are lost. 

We recommend placing the microchip when pets are at the clinic for spay or neuter but they can be placed at any time. The owner is to register the microchip, so if your pet is found, you can be contacted. If you change your telephone number or address, make sure you change the information on the website for the microchip as well. Many pets have been reunited with their owners by their microchips. 

Pharmacy 

We dispense most prescription medications in house to help with getting your pet the refills they need quickly. You can call the clinic ahead for refills. Please allow 24 hours for refills to be done so our team can check medications and get everything filled before your arrival. 

 

We are able to have compound medications as needed. Please call 7 days in advance to make sure medications will be ready before you need the refill.