Protect your pet with VCA Hawaii’s long-term wellness plan

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Many of us make health and wellness a priority. We try to eat healthy, go to the doctor, and even join the gym, but how important is it to extend that same opportunity to our pets? That’s where the VCA CareClub comes into play. The year-long plan aims to help keep fur babies as healthy as possible by taking a proactive approach.

“Here at VCA, your pet’s health is our priority,” says Brandi-Lee Contemplo, hospital manager at VCA Waipahu. “CareClub is doctor recommended services with a long-term treatment plan that will help you protect your pet and its health and prevent illnesses for an entire year.”

These wellness services are offered at a great discounted price that you can pay for through monthly membership dues, making pet health care more affordable. Within each plan, you get unlimited exams, vaccinations needed for the year, blood work, heart worm and parasite screening, and microchip identification as well as free microchip service for the year. For those with senior pets, not to worry. VCA’s senior plans include additional diagnostic screening tests. There’s even more robust PLUS plans that include either a spay or neuter for puppies and kittens or dental cleanings for adults and seniors.

In addition to considering spaying and neutering, general care for puppies and kittens includes getting three to four sets of vaccinations. Veterinarians also do fecal checks to look for intestinal parasites. This is also usually a good time to start them on heart worm and flea or tick preventatives.

As pets age, VCA’s general wellness screening gets more diverse as veterinarians begin to monitor for early indicators of changes in organ function, overall health and cancer screening. At this point, dental health also becomes increasingly important as well.

About VCA Hawaii:
VCA Hawaii strives to provide the very best in medical care, and the hospitals provide a full range of general, surgical and specialized care. This is how VCA Hawaii veterinarians would treat their own pets, and it offers nothing less than that to you and your pet. VCA Hawaii understands your pets are a big part of your family and will be there for you every step of the way when it comes to your pets’ health.

For more information: vcahospitals.com/kaneohe, vcahospitals.com