We Can’t Wait to Meet Your

New Best Friend

Congratulations on your new kitten - this is such an exciting time! At Countryside, we’ve designed comprehensive kitten packages to get your new four legged family member off to a safe and healthy start.

These smart and affordable packages cover physical exams, vaccines, parasite testing and deworming, nutritional advice, heartworm testing and prevention. Our Complete Package also includes microchipping, spaying or neutering, nail trims and more. Participating in preventative healthcare through our P.A.W. Club ensures your puppy leads a healthy life and your budget is maximized.

P.A.W. CLUB

Proactive Petcare. Year Round Savings.
Countryside Vet Tech cuddling a kitten.

•   20% OFF Heartworm, Flea & Tick Prevention
•   15% OFF Annual Dental Cleaning
•   5% OFF All Medications
•   FREE Nail Trims
•   Enjoy Monthly Club Specials!

Choose the best

Package for your kitten

Annual Wellness Care is all about peace of mind. We would love to partner with you in the ongoing care of your pet to make this possible. Our veterinarians may tailor packages to meet your puppy's specific needs.

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STANDARD
COMPLETE
Kitten Information Packet
Physical Exams
FVRCP (given at each visit)

Feline rhinotracheitis virus

Calicivirus
Panleukopenia
Revolution Parasite Prevention
(1 per visit)
Intestinal Parasite Exams/Deworming
Nutritional Advice & Recommendations
FeLV / FIV Test (1)
FELV - Feline Leukemia Vaccine (2)
Feline Rabies (1)
Microchip and 1st year enrollment
Free nail trims for the year
Spay/Neuter
My Kitten Will Stay Indoors

Are Vaccines Necessary?

Even if you plan to keep your kitten indoors, you still need to build their immunity to potentially infectious and fatal diseases. Your kitten will need several sets of boosters to provide them with as much protection as possible. In order for immunizations to be effective, it is essential that you are on time for your kitten’s scheduled vaccinations. You can never be 100% certain that your kitten will never go outside or be introduced to a new kitten / cat at a later date. Also, be mindful of your own exposure. You or visitors to you home can inadvertently carry diseases in on clothing and shoes. By keeping your cat up to date with core vaccinations, you can protect them against diseases frequently found in the cat population.

cat standing on staff member shoulder
staff member examining cat
From the Blog

News & Articles

As many of our clients know, we love sharing our knowledge and important animal health news. Our blog contains valuable educational resources in one easy location.

1 Sep

How To Keep Your Dog Cool This Summer

Summer is quickly approaching, which means many people are gearing up for all of their outdoor adventures! If you're lucky enough...
More
1 Sep

So You Just Got A New Kitten? What You Need To Know

It's hard to beat the preciousness of a kitten. These small bundles of fur have the cutest meows, and they are so curious and playful...
More
1 Sep

So You Just Got A New Puppy? What You Need To Know

Getting a new puppy is super exciting. After all, you are picking out a new member of your family who will enrich your life for years to come...
More
1 Sep

Halloween: Precautions To Celebrate Safely With Your Pet

Halloween has become a holiday to celebrate not only with your children and friends but with your pets, as well. Many owners look forward to...
More
5 Sep

Summer Care Checklist For Your Pet

Summer is here and we've created a handy checklist you can use to ensure your furry best friend’s seasonal health and wellness needs are met.
More
1 Sep

National Train Your Dog Month: You CAN Teach An Old Dog New Tricks!

January is National Train Your Dog Month, and to celebrate, our doctors and techs have shared some advice that helped them train their own pets.
More
1 Sep

Ask a Vet Tech: Tips for new pet owners.

Getting a new pet is so exciting. The Vet Techs at Countryside have put together some tips to help you welcome your new pet into your home with success and happiness.
More
1 Sep

Adopt A Senior Pet Month: Inspiring Stories

November is Adopt a Senior Pet Month. Staff members, Ashley and Jenn share their senior pet ownership stories and why an older pet could be right for you.
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1 Sep

September: A Review in Responsible Dog Ownership

September is Responsible Dog Ownership month, and Dr. Jennifer Coval, a small animal vet with Countryside, has key advice that can make a difference in your dog’s wellbeing.
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2 May

How To Keep Your Dog Cool This Summer

Summer is quickly approaching, which means many people are gearing up for all of their outdoor adventures! If you're lucky enough...
More
17 Dec

So You Just Got A New Kitten? What You Need To Know

It's hard to beat the preciousness of a kitten. These small bundles of fur have the cutest meows, and they are so curious and playful...
More
17 Dec

So You Just Got A New Puppy? What You Need To Know

Getting a new puppy is super exciting. After all, you are picking out a new member of your family who will enrich your life for years to come...
More
23 Oct

Halloween: Precautions To Celebrate Safely With Your Pet

Halloween has become a holiday to celebrate not only with your children and friends but with your pets, as well. Many owners look forward to...
More
17 Jun

Summer Care Checklist For Your Pet

Summer is here and we've created a handy checklist you can use to ensure your furry best friend’s seasonal health and wellness needs are met.
More
14 Jan

National Train Your Dog Month: You CAN Teach An Old Dog New Tricks!

January is National Train Your Dog Month, and to celebrate, our doctors and techs have shared some advice that helped them train their own pets.
More
22 Dec

Ask a Vet Tech: Tips for new pet owners.

Getting a new pet is so exciting. The Vet Techs at Countryside have put together some tips to help you welcome your new pet into your home with success and happiness.
More
19 Nov

Adopt A Senior Pet Month: Inspiring Stories

November is Adopt a Senior Pet Month. Staff members, Ashley and Jenn share their senior pet ownership stories and why an older pet could be right for you.
More