At Johns Creek Veterinary Clinic our vets can help you protect your cat or dog from a wide range of serious diseases and conditions with routine vaccinations and parasite prevention.
At Johns Creek Veterinary Clinic, our passion is prevention. Our goal is to preserve your pet's good health and prevent common diseases and disorders from developing in the first place.
Combined with regular wellness exams, vaccinations and parasite prevention form the foundation of your pet's routine healthcare.
Preventive care gives your dog or cat the best chance of enjoying a long, healthy life. Our team will work with you to create a custom preventive care plan for your pet, tailored to their unique needs.
Keeping your pet's vaccinations up to date protects your animal from contagious, often serious, diseases.
In your kitten's first year, we recommend the following vaccinations to protect your pet from serious diseases.
The age when your kitten can be spayed or neutered will be discussed with your veterinarian and based on what is right for your pet to help protect them from a number of health issues. Microchipping will also be discussed to protect your cat if they are lost.
In your puppy's first year, these vaccinations will work to protect your pet against dangerous diseases.
The age when your puppy can be spayed or neutered will be discussed with your veterinarian and based on what is right for your pet to help protect them from a number of health issues. Microchipping will help to reunite your pet with your family should they get lost.
In order to maintain your cat's protection against a host of diseases, we recommend the following vaccinations.
Your senior cat may have more complex healthcare needs that should be addressed in order for them to live comfortably. Caring for your senior cat starts with biannual exams so your vet can monitor your pet's health.
We recommend the following vaccines to help protect the long-term health of your adult dog.
Your senior dog has may have more complex care needs in order to live a comfortable, healthy life. Biannual veterinary exams allow your vet to monitor your senior dog's health and provide early treatment if required.
Fleas are external parasites that feed on the blood of birds and mammals.
These external parasites feed on the blood of mammals often spreading disease.
Tiny, highly contagious ear mites reside in the ear canals of dogs, cats and other mammals.
This thread-like parasitic roundworm is spread through the bite of mosquitos.
These roundworms live in the digestive system and feed on your pet's blood.
This parasitic worm lives in the intestine and feeds on intestinal contents.
These flat, hook-like parasitic worms reside and multiply within your pet's intestines.
Whipworm is a common parasite in dogs, and gets its name from its whip-like appearance.