Pet Wellness Program

Heal Pet Care offers a progressive new approach to veterinary care. Our Wellness Program embraces a focus on preventative medicine based on the specific life-stage of your pet. Each patient is assessed individually based on factors such as species, breed, age, and environmental challenges. Next we offer recommendations for prevention, nutrition, and diagnostic work-ups appropriate for your pet.

Our role is to educate you on those procedures and medications especially beneficial for your pet. This allows us to be more flexible with our recommendations, and gives you more control of your pets' healthcare.

The key to Heal Pet Care Wellness Program is an emphasis on the annual health examination. Each year when your pet comes in he or she will receive a comprehensive physical exam and age appropriate ancillary diagnostics (such as blood pressure screening, parasite tests and blood work) to screen for early signs of disease.

For participants in the Heal Pet Care Wellness Program, any vaccinations due at the time of the annual exam will be given at current participant rates. Patients with health-related concerns will be recommended more advanced diagnostics when needed. More frequent re-evaluations will most-likely become necessary for those pets with ongoing illnesses.

Please contact us for more information or to enroll your pet in the Heal Pet Care Wellness Program.

Contact us at 812-227-8169

We look forward to hearing from you!

Office Hours

467 East Main Street

Monday:

8 am - > 5 pm

Tuesday:

8 am - > 5 pm

Wednesday:

8 am - > 5 pm

Thursday:

8 am - > 5 pm

Friday:

8 am - > 5 pm

Saturday:

8 am -> 2 pm (2nd & 4th)

Sunday:

Closed

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