This page details our recommendations for health care based on your cat's age. For more information on your pet's age, open the Age Chart document on the "Exams and Vaccines" page (under the Services tab). If you have any questions, please contact our office and we will be happy to help you.




  • 6-11 weeks
    • Exam
    • Feline leukemia and feline FIV blood tests
    • Fecal check
    • FVRCP booster #1
      • Rhinotracheitis, calici, and feline distemper
    • Deworming with Strongid-T
    • Heartworm and flea prevention
  • 9-15 weeks
    • Exam
    • Fecal check
    • FVRCP booster #2
    • Deworming with Strongid-T
    • Heartworm and flea prevention
  • 12-19 weeks
    • Exam
    • FVRCP booster #3
    • Heartworm and flea prevention
    • Purevax® rabies vaccine (one year)
  • 4-6 months
    • Spay or neuter after vaccines have been fully boostered
    • If you are interested in having your cat declawed, we prefer to perform the surgery closer to four months of age. Younger cats tend to recover more quickly from declaw surgeries.

Adult Cats

  • Annual exam
  • Feline leukemia
    • Only necessary for cats that go outside or cats that have contact with outdoor cats
  • FVRCP (three year)
  • Fecal check
  • Glaucoma screening
  • Purevax® rabies vaccine (one year)
  • Junior wellness blood work
  • Heartworm test
    • Recommended for cats that are not current on heartworm prevention


Senior Cats


Same as adult cats, but add:

  • Semi-annual exam
  • Heart health screen
  • Senior blood work
    • Replaces junior wellness blood work


Geriatric Cats


Same as senior cats, but add:

  • Geriatric blood work
    • Replaces senior wellness blood work