At Cambridge VetCare Animal Clinic our highest priority is your pet's health.  
Our standards are intended to give your pet complete medical care at every
stage of their life.

Our standard of care includes the following treatments and procedures to
help prevent common diseases and to identify any problems that are not
physically evident.

Age 0-11 months:
•        Physical examination
•        Distemper series of vaccinations
•        Lyme series of vaccinations
•        Fecal examination for intestinal parasites
•        Rabies vaccination-1 year
•        Neuter or spay at 6 months of age
•        Baseline blood work at 6 months of age
•        Heartworm/intestinal parasite preventatives given monthly
•        Flea and tick preventative given monthly

Age 1-6 years:
•        Annual physical examination
•        Annual distemper vaccination
•        Annual lyme vaccination
•        Annual heartworm/tickborne disease test
•        Annual fecal examination for intestinal parasites
•        Rabies vaccination-3 year (given once every 3 years)
•        Heartworm/intestinal parasite preventatives given monthly
•        Flea and tick preventative given monthly

Age 7 years and older:  Your pet is now a senior pet.  At this age they need
additional medical care to help keep them healthy and disease-free. Our
standard of care for this stage of your pet's life is as follows:
•        Bi-annual physical examination
•        Annual distemper vaccination
•        Annual lyme vaccination
•        3 year rabies vaccination (given once every 3 years)
•        Annual heartworm/tickborne disease test
•        Annual fecal examination for intestinal parasites
•        Annual blood work screen
•        Heartworm/intestinal parasite preventatives given monthly
•        Flea and tick preventative given monthly
Our Standard of Care
Feline
At Cambridge VetCare Animal Clinic our highest priority is your pet's health.  
Our standards are intended to give your pet complete medical care at every
stage of their life.

Our standard of care includes the following treatments and procedures to
help prevent common diseases and to identify any problems that are not
physically evident:
Age 0-11 months:
•        Physical examination
•        Distemper series of vaccinations
•        Leukemia series of vaccinations for cats that spend time outside
•        Heartworm/leukemia/FIV disease test
•        Fecal examination for intestinal parasites
•         Rabies vaccination-1 year
•        Neuter or spay at 6 months of age
•        Baseline blood work at 6 months of age
•        Heartworm/intestinal parasite preventatives given monthly
•        Flea and tick preventative given monthly

Age 1-6 years:
•        Annual physical examination
•        Annual distemper vaccination
•        Annual leukemia vaccination for cats that spend time outside
•        Annual heartworm/leukemia/FIV disease test
•        Annual fecal examination for intestinal parasites
•        Rabies vaccination-3 year (given once every 3 years)
•        Heartworm/intestinal parasite preventatives given monthly
•        Flea and tick preventative given monthly

Age 7 years and older:  Your pet is now a senior pet.  At this age they need
additional medical care to help keep them healthy and disease free. Our
standard of care for this stage of your pet's life is as follows:
•        Bi-annual physical examination
•        Annual distemper vaccination
•        Annual leukemia vaccination for cats that spend time outside
•        Rabies vaccination-3 year (given once every 3 years)
•        Annual heartworm/leukemia/FIV disease test
•        Annual fecal examination for intestinal parasites
•        Annual blood work screen
•        Heartworm/intestinal parasite preventatives given monthly
•        Flea and tick preventative given monthly
763-689-0095
Cambridge VetCare
Animal Clinic, PA
Cambridge, MN
Our Standard of Care
Canine