Cat people know what it takes to keep their furry friends content. Ensure the health and continued happiness of your feline with scheduled checkups at Small Creatures Pet Clinic. From vaccinations and examinations to kitty sitting and more, Dr. Jim Snyder and the staff at Small Creatures Pet Clinic offer a full range of veterinary services. Our team is dedicated to your cat’s comfort and quality of life, while simultaneously making yours just a little more convenient.
The Benefits of Vaccinations for Cats
If you have an outdoor kitty, vaccinations help protect the greater population of outdoor felines living in your community
Protect your pet during travel to new areas
Provide cost-effective protection against outbreaks caused by common organisms
Reduces the threat of passing along zoonotic illnesses to humans including rabies
Diseases We Vaccinate Against
Upper respiratory viruses
Young or old, friendly or fickle, we love seeing new and returning kitties! Call today to book your cat’s appointment.
Diet and Treatments
Not only do we attend to your kitty’s ongoing comfort, but we can also advise you on recommended nutrition, vaccination schedules, and common pitfalls to watch for. Whether we’re discussing insurance options or flea prevention, as pet owners ourselves, we appreciate the highs and lows associated with owning a cat; as such, we want to support you in any way we can. Our services include:
Health testing and laboratory work
Weight control programs
Flea prevention and treatment
After-hours house calls for euthanasia
Staff cat sitting
Access to specialists
Sales of cat food and trusted brands
…and much more!
Optimum Health Begins with Vaccinations
A cat’s immunization needs vary according to their environment. Small Creatures Pet Clinic will help you evaluate the risks and address your pet’s specific needs. Kittens should be brought in for their first shots at 8 to 9 weeks of age. An annual wellness exam, with appropriate vaccinations, is strongly recommended. Appointments are booked on the half-hour.
Cats at either end of the age spectrum are the most susceptible to infectious disease. Booster shots are generally required to achieve proper immunity in cats, and a proper diet will help sustain their health throughout their lifetime. As many cats remain unsupervised outdoors for extended periods of time, outdoor kitties and homes with multiple felines are considered at higher risk for disease.