Comprehensive and Compassionate Pet Wellness Care for Dogs and Cats of Bolingbrook, IL
At Boughton Square Animal Clinic, we understand that every dog and cat is unique. This is why we believe in providing one-on-one, comprehensive veterinary care that is personalized to meet your pet’s individual needs. In addition to our veterinary care and diagnostics, we offer a number of pet wellness services that are designed to help keep your dog or cat healthy and happy their entire lives.
Annual Wellness Exams
Annual wellness exams play an important part in your pet’s health and offer a significant amount of benefits. They are also a primary component of our preventive care plans, which offer convenient and affordable veterinary care options to help keep your pet healthy at every stage of their lives.
Learn More About Our Preventive Care Plans
During your pet’s yearly exams, our veterinarians are able to carefully examine them, take advantage of early detection and treatment options, and discuss with you any questions you may have regarding your pet’s overall care and wellness, including behavior, diet, and exercise.
During your pet’s wellness exam, our veterinarians will perform the following:
- A comprehensive physical examination
- Testing for heartworms, fleas and ticks, and internal parasites
- A dental examination
- Administer any vaccinations
Heartworm, Flea and Tick, and Internal Parasite Products
Preventives not only improve your pet’s quality of life, but in some cases also mean the difference between life and death. Fleas, ticks, heartworms, hookworms, and tapeworms are just some of the parasites that threaten your pet’s health and possibly the health of your family. We recommend your pet be placed on flea and tick, and heartworm preventives year-round. Ask your veterinarian during your visit, which preventives are best for your pet.
Regular exercise and proper nutrition go hand-in-hand with regular wellness care in ensuring your pet ‘s overall health. Based on your pet’s age, weight, physical fitness and level of activity, our veterinarians and staff can help you identify the foods, treats, and exercise that are right for your pet.
All dogs and cats should be vaccinated beginning at 6 to 8 weeks. Vaccinations protect your pet against a number of critical and potentially life-threatening diseases throughout their lives, and are a critical part of preventive and wellness care treatment.