Vaccines & Preventative Care Treating Pets Like Family Since 1978

Preventative Veterinary Care & Vaccinations in Garland

Protecting Your Pet’s Health & Longevity

Our goal at Animal Hospital of Garland is to make sure your pet lives a long, healthy life by your side. To do so, we advocate for regular preventative care for your pet to ensure they get the most out of their life. Preventing disease and illness from ever happening is much easier than treating or curing a disease when it sets in.

We make keeping track of your pet’s ongoing healthcare easy with our Care Plans. These packages include physical exams, vaccinations, parasite testing, and lab work to help set your pet up for a future of good health and longevity.

Call (972) 271-2687 or contact us online to learn more about the Care Plans we offer and how they can benefit your pet’s long-term health.

Individualized Care for Your Pets

Your pet is a unique individual with needs that are specific to them and no two pets are the same. Our preventative veterinary care in Garland is designed to get to know your pet. We will then customize their Care Plan to suit their needs. We take a close look at your pet’s medical history and ask you questions so we can ensure their health and wellness is protected by our recommendations.

Factors that we take into account when designing your pet’s preventative care plan include:

  • Age
  • Breed
  • Lifestyle
  • Preexisting conditions
  • Behavior
  • Diet
  • Weight
  • Activity level

Different pets have different needs! Senior pets will need more care and attention to certain areas than a new puppy or kitten. We’ll help you understand what your pet needs in order to live their best life.

Vaccinations

Vaccines play a key role in keeping your pet healthy and disease-free. When you bring your pet in to Animal Hospital of Garland for preventative care, our veterinary team will make recommendations for vaccinations that suit your pet’s breed, lifestyle, and risk factors. At the very least, we’ll recommend core vaccinations, which are considered universally necessary for all pets due to the severity or communicability of the disease.

Core vaccinations for dogs include:

  • Canine parvovirus
  • Canine hepatitis
  • Distemper
  • Rabies
  • Lepto
  • Bordetella

Core vaccinations for cats include:

  • Feline calicivirus
  • Feline herpes virus type I
  • Rabies
  • Panleukopenia

In addition to the vaccinations listed above, your Garland veterinarian may recommend other, non-core vaccinations to protect your pet’s health. As part of our focus on keeping your pet healthy and preventing disease, every recommendation we make is geared toward your pet’s specific circumstances.

If you have questions about the preventative care services or vaccinations we offer at Animal Hospital of Garland, please give us a call at (972) 271-2687 or contact us online.

Our Reputation Speaks for Itself

  • “Very sweet staff. And very helpful.”

    - Nate
  • “The staff here is great. The girls in the office and the doc are very attentive and the love my dog.”

    - Rachel
  • “They were nice, and quick. The X-rays and meds were cheaper than everyone else around. I absolutely love them here and have recommended them to friends and family.”

    - Kat
  • “Staff here is caring and kind. Dr. Wiles is professional and compassionate.”

    - Christina
  • “Trusted Vet and reasonable fees for service. Staff is very kind.”

    - Pete
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Why Choose Us?

  • Serving the Community Since 1978
  • Individualized Attention for Every Pet
  • Friendly & Welcoming Atmosphere
  • First-Class Veterinary Care
We Put Pets First

Contact our office to schedule an appointment today!