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Pet Wellness Plans

Let us help you give your pet its best life. Routine care for your pet is the best way to add years to their life, while also improving the quality of life of those extra years.

The best part – by packaging your pet’s needs under our comprehensive plans, you save big time on annual out-of-pocket cost, while ensuring your pet gets the best level of care.

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All PetMedic Animal Hospitals offer in-house pet wellness plans for both cats and dogs.

Wellness Plans

FELINE PLANS

CANINE PLANS

*$49.99 one-time enrollment fee applies.

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Canine Wellness Plans

At PetMedic Hospitals, we believe prevention is the best medicine. Preventative medicine is the cornerstone of our standard of care. Our Wellness Plans include all preventative treatment and testing recommended annually to help prolong the health and happiness of your pet.

Unlimited Free Office Visits (during regular business hours): Free office visits gives you peace of mind. You don’t have to worry if your pet’s symptom or behavior is normal or an indicator of something more serious. Don’t wait and worry about an office visit fee! Let us see your pet as soon as there are any changes because the earlier we can diagnose an issue, the better the treatment options and prognosis.

Annual Vaccinations:

  • Rabies is a viral infection that affects your pet’s brain and central nervous system. It affects all mammals (humans included!) and is always fatal. Rabies vaccine is required by law.
  • Distemper is a virus disease that initially affects the GI and respiratory systems and then moves to the nervous system. It is usually fatal although some dogs may survive.
  • Parvovirus is a highly contagious virus illness that causes severe, often fatal hemorrhagic gastroenteritis.
  • Bordetella is a highly contagious respiratory bacteria that is one of the causes of “kennel cough”. The most common symptom of kennel cough is a dry honking cough which may be bacterial or caused by one of several respiratory viruses. Dogs in highly populated situations such as boarding facilities, doggy day care, and dog parks are at high risk for exposure to kennel cough.

Canine Heartworm Test: Heartworms are transmitted by the bite of infected mosquitoes. Once mature, the adult heartworms lodge in the heart, lungs, and major blood vessels. Heartworms can be fatal if left untreated and is preventable with once monthly medication.

Intestinal Fecal Exam: Intestinal parasites can cause serious illness and even death in pets. Some parasites are also zoonotic, which means they can infect humans.

Roundworm/Hookworm Deworming: Preventative care for two of the most common intestinal parasites.

Microchip: Lost dogs are 2.5 times more likely to be reunited with their owners if they are microchipped and lost cats are 20 times more likely to be returned to their owners.

Spay/Neuter Surgery: Spaying greatly reduces the chance of mammary cancer, especially if your pet is spayed before her first estrous cycle and also eliminates the possibility of uterine or ovarian cancer. Neutering will decrease the possibility of prostate disease and also eliminates the possibility of testicular cancer. Spaying/Neutering can also be beneficial to avoid unwanted behavioral issues. Our spay/neuter package includes pre-anesthetic blood work that is run the morning of the procedure to ensure your pet is healthy enough to have their surgery, anesthesia, IV fluids, the spay/neuter surgery itself, as well as injectable pain medication to ensure your pet’s comfort in recovery.

Dental Prophylaxis: Poor dental health affects not only your pets’ breath, but contributes to heart, liver, and kidney disease. In addition, dental disease can cause a significant amount of pain, though cats and dogs are very good at masking this pain until advanced disease occurs. Our dental package includes pre-anesthetic blood work that is run the morning of the procedure to ensure your pet is healthy enough to go under anesthesia and also includes the anesthesia, IV fluids, and dental scaling with polishing.

Annual Total Health Blood Work/Urinalysis/Radiographs: Total health blood work, urinalysis and radiographs help to identify and monitor changes in your pet’s health enabling earlier diagnosis and treatment options for a variety of conditions.

Services
Puppy

$34.99/mo

Basic

$34.99/mo

Premium

$49.99/mo

Complimentary consultations with medical waste disposal (unlimited)
Nail Trim
Core Vaccines (based on age, breed and risk)
Fecal ova and parasite screen (2 in puppy plan))
Basic deworming treatment with pyrantel (2 in puppy plan)
Canine Heartworm Test
Pre-anesthetic blood panel (in-house with anesthetic procedure)
Routine spay or neuter surgery package
Microchip implant and first year’s registration
Total Health blood panel
Routine dental prophylaxis package
Radiograph package (1-3 views)
Urinalysis

*$49.99 one-time enrollment fee applies.

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Feline Wellness Plans

At PetMedic Hospitals, we believe prevention is the best medicine. Preventative medicine is the cornerstone of our standard of care. Our Wellness Plans include all preventative treatment and testing recommended annually to help prolong the health and happiness of your pet.

Unlimited Free Office Visits (during regular business hours): Free office visits gives you peace of mind. You don’t have to worry if your pet’s symptom or behavior is normal or an indicator of something more serious. Don’t wait and worry about an office visit fee! Let us see your pet as soon as there are any changes because the earlier we can diagnose an issue, the better the treatment options and prognosis.

Annual Vaccinations:

  • Rabies is a viral infection that affects your pet’s brain and central nervous system. It affects all mammals (humans included!) and is always fatal. Rabies vaccine is required by law.
  • Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis is a respiratory infection caused by the herpes type 1 virus. Once cats have the virus, it is a lifelong disease that can recur whenever the pet is stressed.
  • Feline Calicivirus is an upper respiratory infection which can be severe and sometimes fatal.
  • Panleukopenia is a potentially fatal virus that causes severe vomiting and diarrhea like Parvovirus in dogs and is also known as feline distemper.
  • Feline Leukemia is a potentially deadly virus that is passed from one cat to another through saliva, blood, and to some extent, urine and feces. Outdoor felines are considered high risk.

FeLV/FIV Test: Both Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) are contagious, untreatable diseases in cats. Diagnosis is important since there is no cure and most treatments involve managing the clinical signs and associated complications due to the suppression of their immune system. Outdoor felines are considered high risk.

Intestinal Fecal Exam: Intestinal parasites can cause serious illness and even death in pets. Some parasites are also zoonotic, which means they can infect humans.

Microchip: Lost dogs are 2.5 times more likely to be reunited with their owners if they are microchipped and lost cats are 20 times more likely to be returned to their owners.

Spay/Neuter Surgery: Spaying greatly reduces the chance of mammary cancer, especially if your pet is spayed before her first estrous cycle and also eliminates the possibility of uterine or ovarian cancer. Spaying/Neutering can also be beneficial to avoid unwanted behavioral issues. Our spay/neuter package includes pre-anesthetic blood work that is run the morning of the procedure to ensure your pet is healthy enough to have their surgery, anesthesia, IV fluids, the spay/neuter surgery itself, as well as injectable pain medication to ensure your pet’s comfort in recovery.

Roundworm/Hookworm Deworming: Preventative care for two of the most common intestinal parasites.

Dental Prophylaxis: Poor dental health affects not only your pets’ breath, but contributes to heart, liver, and kidney disease. In addition, dental disease can cause a significant amount of pain, though cats and dogs are very good at masking this pain until advanced disease occurs. Our dental package includes pre-anesthetic blood work that is run the morning of the procedure to ensure your pet is healthy enough to go under anesthesia and also includes the anesthesia, IV fluids, and dental scaling with polishing.

Annual Total Health Blood Work/Urinalysis/Radiographs: Total health blood work, urinalysis and radiographs help to identify and monitor changes in your pet’s health enabling earlier diagnosis and treatment options for a variety of conditions.

Services
Kitten

$34.99/mo

Basic

$34.99/mo

Premium

$49.99/mo

Complimentary consultations with medical waster disposal (unlimited)
Nail Trim
Core Vaccines (based on age, breed and risk)
Fecal ova and parasite screen (2 in kitten plan)
Basic deworming treatment with pyrantel (2 in kitten plan)
Feline Leukemia and FIV Screening
Pre-anesthetic blood panel (in-house with anesthetic procedure)
Routine spay and neuter surgery package
Microchip implant and first year’s registration
Total Health Blood Panel
Routine dental prophylaxis package
Radiographs (1-3 views)
Urinalysis

*$49.99 one-time enrollment fee applies.

REQUEST AN APPOINTMENT

Frequently Asked

How much do your wellness plans cost?

Our puppy, kitten, and adult basic (feline and canine) plans cost $34.99 a month with a one-time $49.99 enrollment fee. Our adult premium plans (feline and canine) cost $39.99 a month with a one-time $49.99 enrollment fee. Customized plans will vary in price. For more information, please contact your closest PetMedic hospital. 

Do I need a wellness plan to visit your locations?

No, we welcome all! We just recommend our wellness plans to all of our clients because of the convenience and savings.

Is this like pet insurance?

Our wellness plans cover preventative care, while pet insurance is primarily used for illness and emergencies. However, our plans definitely still help with the cost when your pet isn’t feeling well – such as unlimited free exams and discounted non-wellness plan services!

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Why our clients love us

★★★★★

We’ve followed Dr. Monaco when she went to Providence and Seven Hills. She’s the best!

I recommend her to everyone, she’s been doing acupuncture on our Pug for several years now and what a difference that has made.

-Tommy C., Yelp Reviewer

★★★★★

Best veterinary hospital I have been in. They did cleaning to my dog’s teeth and surgery to a nodule on her neck, she is fine now! Great care and they followed up with her post-op.

-Frieda N, Yelp Reviewer

★★★★★

Today, my Great Dane had to undergo what I consider emergency surgery, and no questions asked Dr. Redding took care of it. Before surgery, she was beyond thorough on his fluids and X-rays making sure he was in his best shape, and making sure what happened was actually necessary before performing the surgery. She made it as smooth and comfortable as possible. Dr. Redding did an incredible job at caring and taking care of my boy.

 -Danielle B., Yelp Reviewer

★★★★★

We love Seven Hills Pet Hospital! Our girl surprisingly loves coming here, the staff is so loving and attentive to her.. she definitely loves all the attention. We are able to book appointments easily & get in & out quickly as well.

-Dakota M., Yelp Reviewer