Regular wellness exams are one of the most important things you can do to keep your pet healthy.

One of the most important reasons to bring your pet in on a regular basis is to monitor and treat conditions before they become untreatable. Since pets can’t vocalize how they are feeling, illness or disease may be present before you are aware of symptoms. The benefit of early detection allows time for steps to be taken to manage or correct a problem before irreversible damage occurs. Because our pets age so much faster than we do, regular wellness exams are one of the best ways that you can help your pet live a long, healthy life.

During a wellness exam, our veterinary team will ask for a history of your pet’s and any unusual behavior, then do a basic examination of your pet. He or she may also perform diagnostic tests such as blood work, urinalysis or intestinal parasite tests and vaccines may be administered (depending on your pet’s life stage).

Additionally, disease screenings (heartworm, kidney, liver, blood disorders, etc.) may be recommended, depending on the state of your pet’s health.

Wellness examinations do not necessarily mean that your pet is going to be subjected to a barrage of complicated or costly medical tests and treatments. While some animals may need close monitoring of blood work, x-rays or other tests, many pets benefit simply from being physically examined, having their heart and lungs listened to and their general health assessed, preventing a major health issue from developing undetected.

A dental health exam and a weight check are always important parts of a wellness exam, and may indicate problems that can progress rapidly and can have significant impact on your pet’s overall health.

Early detection and correction of medical problems will help to ensure that your pet will love a long, healthy and active life.

Low cost appointments are available 7 days a week. Please call (540) 344-8707 to schedule your pet today! Walk-in appointments are available every Saturday, 8:30 am-12:00 pm for vaccines!

Well Pet Exam: $20

Sick Pet Exam: $40

Emergency/Walk-in Fee: $25


Rabies: $15

Bordetella Kennel Cough: $15

Distemper/Parvo: $15

DHLPP: $25

Lyme: $20

Lepto: $15


Rabies: $15

FVRCP Feline Distemper: $15

FeLV Feline Leukemia If combo test negative: $20


Basic De-worming (rounds, hooks): $15 for 3 doses

Complete De-worming (rounds, hooks, tapes, whips): $20 per dose

Microchip – $15 – Includes free lifetime registration

Nail Trim – $15

Dental Cleaning – $125

Minor Tooth extractions: $10 per tooth

Major Tooth extractions: $25 per tooth


Over the Counter

ParaDefense Plus: $15 /dose

Effipro Plus: $15 /dose

By Prescription

Sentinel: $15/dose

Bravecto: $50/dose (lasts 3 months)

Nexguard: $22/dose

Revolution: $20/dose

Diagnostic Tests

Heartworm test: $15

4DX Test: $30

Feline Leukemia and FIV test: $25

Fecal test: $15

Urinalysis: $35

In house cytology- skin and ear: $15 – $20

Allergy testing: $250

Blood work: Mini Panel $75, Full Panel $125