If you own pets or farm animals, wellness and preventive care should be a priority. It's critical that you maintain the wellness of your pet, equine, or bovine, and take steps to prevent some common ailments. At Country Veterinary Service, we offer exemplary animal care for residents in Farmington and the surrounding areas. We provide outstanding veterinary services to all animals, including cats, dogs, horses, and cattle. Here is a breakdown of our wellness and preventative care for your animals.
1. Regular Comprehensive Exams
Undertaking regular comprehensive exams for your large or small animal is critical to maintaining optimal wellness. These actions allow the veterinarian to assess your animal's health and diagnose ailments that might be in the early stages. As a result, you can avoid costly treatments for your animal if they are diagnosed with an illness when it's late. During the exam, the vet will check the animal's skin and coat, eyes, ears, nose and mouth, abdomen, extremities, anus, heart, and lungs, and do blood tests.
2. Vaccinations and Parasite Control
Vaccinations are essential in preventing your small or large animal from falling sick from ailments. Some cat diseases that can be prevented through immunization are rabies, feline panleukopenia, and herpes virus infection. For dogs, it's parvo, rabies, leptospirosis, and canine influenza. Horse vaccines can prevent rabies, tetanus, West Nile virus, and Potomac equine fever, while vaccines for cattle cover anthrax, ephemeral bovine fever, neonatal scours, and east coast fever.
3. Puppy and Kitten Packages and Senior Pet Care
Puppies and kittens can be just as challenging to raise and keep healthy, just like human babies. Our puppy and kitten packages are means to help you raise these delicate pets at their most vulnerable life stage. On the other hand, our senior pet care services are designed to help keep pets healthy and happy well into their golden years.
4. Microchipping for Pets and Farm Animals
Microchipping pets increases the chances that your small animal can be found if it's ever lost. For livestock, microchipping is a highly effective way of branding your animal for identification and proof of ownership.
5. Cardiac Work-ups
Cardiac work-ups for your small or large animal will help identify the condition of its heart health. The evaluation will involve the vet assessing heart murmurs, cardiac biomarkers, radiology, and echocardiography.
Contact Our Animal Hospital in Farmington, AR
Country Veterinary Service has the most experienced veterinarian serving Farmington, Prairie Grove, Lincoln, Bentonville, Little Flock, Gainesville, and the surrounding areas. Call our team today at (479) 267-2685 or reach us through our website by using our online contact form to schedule an appointment with Dr. O'Neill.