New Kitten











Do you have a new kitten? Please take a look at this information to welcome your newest addition.

We recommend the following examinations and procedures for your kitten. These are basic guidelines for all kittens. However, we may make additional recommendations based on our findings.

6-8 Weeks of Age

  • Physical Examination
  • Fecal Flotation
  • Deworming
  • 1st FRCCP Vaccine

9-12 Weeks of Age

  • Physical Examination
  • Fecal Flotation
  • Deworming
  • FeLV/FIV Testing
  • 2nd FRCCP Vaccine
  • 1st FeLV Vaccine

12-15 Weeks of Age

  • Physical Examination
  • Fecal Flotaion
  • Deworming
  • 3rd FRCCP Vaccine
  • 2nd FeLV Vaccine
  • Rabies Vaccine

6 Months of Age

  • Spay for Females
  • Neuter for Males
  • Pre-anesthetic blood work prior to surgery


Immunizations are a necessary part of any wellness protocol. This is especially true for pediatric patients, beginning at six weeks of age in puppies and kittens. We feel vaccinations should not be administered until a comprehensive history and physical examination are completed. A vaccination protocol may then be customized for each patient based on relative risk factors and concurrent illness.

This may include semi-annual, annual or triennial vaccines/antigens and/or titers where appropriate. By utilizing the latest in vaccine technology we keep your pet protected and ultimately minimize the number of injections, and thus potential complications, required during the lifetime of your pet.

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