Phone: (678) 208-2200 Email:frontdesk@steeplechasevet.com

Cat Plan

Standard Plan

  • Comprehensive Physical Examinations
    • Annual nose-to-tail comprehensive Wellness examination (details below)
    • Unlimited sick pet checkups (drop-off)
  • Vaccinations
    • HCP vaccine (3-year protocol)
    • Rabies vaccine
  • Diagnostics
    • Chem-10 blood profile1 to check liver and kidney functions as well as blood glucose level
    • CBC2 – Complete Blood Count to check for infection and edema based on red and white cell counts
    • Felv/FIV or T4, depending on exam results, to check for feline leukemia and feline autoimmune disease and thyroid function
    • Intestinal parasite screening
  • Other
    • Quarterly pedicures

Premium Plan – all the above for a Standard Plan plus

  • Additional (bi-annual) nose-to-tail Wellness examination
  • Additional Diagnostics
    • Chem-17 blood profile1 to check and kidney functions as well as for blood glucose level, dehydration, electrolyte imbalance, and pancreatic enzymes f
    • T4 – Thyroid test
    • Urinalysis3 to check for infections
    • Abbreviated ultrasound4 – chest and abdominal
    • Blood pressure measurement
    • Eye pressure measurement

   Optional Vet services available with 10% discount

  • Dental cleaning with full-mouth x-ray
  • Lifestyle vaccines

 

  • Bordetella
  • Felv
  • Leptospirosis

 

  • Revolution for heartworm and flea protection
  • Laser therapy to reduce pain, speed healing, and reduce inflammation

The nose-to-tail comprehensive Wellness exam includes:

  • Assessment of weight, skin and coat
  • Evaluation of anatomical systems
    • Muscular
    • Skeletal
    • Nervous
    • Cardiovascular
    • Respiratory
    • Urinary
    • Reproductive
  • Abdominal palpation
  • Examination of eyes, ears, and teeth

1 BLOOD PROFILE

These common blood serum tests evaluate organ function, electrolyte status, hormone levels and more. They are important in determining an animal’s overall health status, especially when evaluating older pets, pets with vomiting and diarrhea or toxin exposure, and pets receiving long-term medications.

2 COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT (CBC)

This is the most common blood test performed on pets and people. A CBC gives information on hydration status, anemia, infection, the blood’s clotting ability, and the ability of the immune system to respond. This test is essential for pets with fevers, vomiting, diarrhea, weakness, pale gums or loss of appetite. If your pet needs surgery, a CBC can detect bleeding disorders or other unseen abnormalities.

3 URINALYSIS

A urine sample is obtained and tested to determine the animal’s urine pH (acidity) that can signal urinary tract infections or possible crystal development, proteins seen in kidney damage and with certain autoimmune diseases, and sugars characteristic of diabetes. The urine is also tested for the presence of red blood cells, white blood cells, bacteria, and crystals.

4 ULTRASOUND

Diagnostic imaging, like ultrasound, provides information on the internal state of vital organs and body system functions like the heart, gastrointestinal tract, kidneys, and liver. This information, combined with the other diagnostic screenings, assist in the overall evaluation of the pet’s health.


 

This offer does not include treatment of any illness, injury, or congenital defect discovered during the exams

No other discounts can be combined with this offer

This offer expires 3/31/16