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Quail Animal Hospital6765 Quail Hill Pkwy, IrvineCA 92603, USA949-387-0338

Wellness & Routine Care


Annual Wellness Exam

Quail Animal Hospital believes in and promotes preventative care. A wellness exam provides your veterinarian the opportunity to evaluate your pet’s overall health and detect any issues before they become serious problems.   An annual wellness exam, together with a comprehensive vaccination program, is the best way to keep your pet healthy. 

Pediatric Health Care
Congratulations on your new family member! During the first year of life, little ones tend to visit the doctor more often as they grow and explore the world around them. During your little one's visit, the doctor will discuss:
- Vaccination
​ - Intestinal Parasites (worms, Giardia)
- Flea and Tick control
- Nutritional counseling
- Ear Care
- Dental Care
- Behavior
- Spay or Neutering

We offer Puppy and Kitten Packages to help keep you on track to giving your little one a healthy start. Contact us for details!


​Adult Health Care
An annual wellness exam allows the doctor to evaluate your pet as they mature. During their annual exam, the doctor will evaluate their body condition, eyes, ears, teeth, skin, mobility and organ function. The doctor will also discuss:
 - Vaccination​ 
- Flea and Tick control
- Weight management and Nutritional counseling
- Eye and Ear Care
​ - Dental Care
​ - Joint Health

Geriatric Health Care
Pets age at a rate 5-7 times that of humans. That means that some large breed dogs can be considered "senior" at only 5 years of age. Prevention-focused senior health care can add quality of life to your aging while helping decrease costs associated with care. A comprehensive physical exam every 6-12 months may be recommended as optimum health care regimen depending on your pet's condition or monitoring of specific health issues. During your pet's annual exam, the doctor will evaluate and discuss your pet's body condition, eyes, ears, teeth, skin, mobility and organ function.

In addition to a comprehensive physical exam, laboratory screening is also an important part of the health care program. Many diseases can be diagnosed through bloodwork before the pet shows clinical signs. A Senior Panel will screen for:
- Blood Count and Chemistry
​ - Kidney and Liver Function
​ - Thyroid



Vaccinations

Vaccines are an essential part of your pet’s protection against serious infectious diseases. For puppies and kittens, initial vaccinations are given in a series to allow the immune system to develop antibodies. An incomplete series or one ended prematurely (before 4 months of age) may render the vaccination ineffective. Vaccines should be given every 3 weeks until the puppy or kitten is 4 months old. After completing the vaccine series, an annual booster of all vaccines will be due 1 year after the final set and annually after that. After the initial rabies vaccine (1-Year Rabies), we offer the 3-year rabies vaccine.



Travel Health Certificates

Our doctors are accredited by the USDA to issue domestic and international health certificates. 


For pet travel requirements, please visit the USDA Pet Travel Website at https://www.aphis.usda.gov/aphis/pet-travel





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