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Senior Preventive Care Programs

Scheduling regular veterinary examinations is one of the most important steps pet owners can take to keep their senior pets in tip-top shape. When dogs and cats enter their senior years, these health examinations are more important than ever. Senior care, which starts with the regular veterinary exam, is needed to catch and delay the onset or progress of disease and for the early detection of problems such as organ failure and osteoarthritis.

At IVS we believe that proactive preventive care not only improves the quality of your pet’s life, it will add years to it. That’s why we have developed a Senior Preventive Care Program, to help make caring for your senior pet simple and affordable.

Senior Canine Preventive Care Program

Annual Program Costs
$414.10
20% Savings

This Program includes:

  • Two senior care exams* performed by one of our veterinarians
  • Annual Canine Senior Wellness Blood Panel (includes Heartworm Test and Urinalysis)
  • Annual Fecal Test for Intestinal Parasites
  • Core Vaccinations (Distemper, Rabies, Bordetella)
  • Two Pedicures

* The Senior Canine Preventive Care Program includes a second complimentary wellness exam valid for use within six months

IVS offers convenient drop-offs, morning and evening appointments 7 days a week.


Senior Feline Preventive Care Program

Annual Program Costs
$443.45
20% Savings

This program includes:

  • Two senior care exams* performed by one of our veterinarians
  • Annual Feline Senior Wellness Blood Panel (included Urinalysis and Thyroid Test)
  • Core Vaccinations (Feline Distemper, Feline Leukemia and Rabies)
  • Two Pedicures

* The Senior Feline Preventive Care Program includes a second complimentary wellness exam valid for use within six months.


Preventive Health Care

Your pet’s “Health Evaluation” will include:

  • History
  • Diet
  • Evaluation of Life Style and Life Stages
  • Behavior Changes

Your pet’s comprehensive physical examination will include:

  • Dental Assessment
  • Pain Assessment
  • Body and Muscle Condition Scoring

Your pet’s history and physical examination findings will define assessments made for:

  • Medical Conditions
  • Dental Care
  • Nutrition
  • Infectious and Zoonotic Diseasesd
  • Parasite Prevention and Control
  • Genetic, Breed and Age Considerations
  • Behavior

Your dog should have:

  • Annual Heartworm Testing
  • Annual Intestinal Parasite Testing
  • Wellness Screening
  • Urinalysis

Your cat should have:

  • Felv/FIV Testing
  • Wellness Screen
  • Urinalysis

Your pet should receive:

  • Year-round broad-spectrum parasite control with efficacy against heartworms, intestinal parasites and fleas.

Your pet should have or receive:

  • Immunization with core vaccines in accordance with existing guidelines.
  • Appropriate identification including microchipping.
  • Reproductive and genetic counseling (spaying or neutering unless specifically intended for breeding purposes).

We will establish a plan for follow-up for you and your pet based on assessment and future care recommendations.

Thank you for trusting your pet’s health care to Irvine Veterinary Services