Adult and Senior Wellness Care

Do you schedule well-child visits for your (human) children according to the schedule recommended by your pediatrician? Regular wellness visits for your (furry) children are just as important, and we recommend that your dog or cat visit a veterinarian once a year until they are seven years old, after which we’d like to see them twice a year to care for them as they gracefully age into their golden years.

Powder Paws Veterinary Clinic offers a wide array of services, including preventative care options, diagnostic and treatment plans, and a full pharmacy. We pride ourselves on very low lobby and exam room wait times, and make every effort to keep you and your pet happy during their visit. See below for more information on what services we offer for your pet’s wellness care.


Puppy Wellness Services

Puppy Health Plan

We offer a puppy health plan that includes all vaccinations, testing of 2 stool samples for intestinal parasites, deworming, the first dose of Heartworm preventative, and all wellness examinations until 16 weeks of age for a discounted price.

Puppy Vaccinations

Puppies are given vaccines every 3-4 weeks from as young as 8 weeks, when antibodies from puppies’ moms start to decline. With each booster, the puppy’s immune response is enhanced.

  • BORDETELLA: An annual intranasal vaccine that protects against infectious tracheobronchitis (kennel cough) due to parainfluenza virus and Bordetella bronchiseptica, given at 8 weeks or their first visit.
  • DAPP (Distemper-Adenovirus Type 2-Parainfluenza-Parvovirus): a multivalent vaccine that protects a suite of infectious diseases, given at 8 weeks, with 2 boosters 3-4 weeks later (for example, at 8, 12, and 16 weeks).
  • Rabies: A subcutaneous vaccine that prevents the infamous and fatal neurotropic disease, given at 12 weeks or older.
  • Leptosporosis: An annual vaccine given subcutaneously only to dogs that will be traveling outside of our immediate geographical area. We give the initial dose of the vaccine at 12 weeks and booster it one time 3-4 weeks later. The Leptosporosis bacteria can cause kidney failure and is a zoonotic disease.
  • Canine Influenza: An annual vaccine that protects against infectious canine influenza, does require an initial booster 3 weeks after first vaccination.
  • Puppy deworming and lab work
  • Puppy spay and neuter procedures

Kitten Wellness Services

Kitten Health Plan

We offer a kitten health plan that includes all vaccinations, testing of 1 stool sample for intestinal parasites, deworming, Leukemia/FIV testing, and examinations until 16 weeks of age for a discounted price.

Kitten Vaccinations

Kittens are given vaccines every 3-4 weeks from as young as 8 weeks, when antibodies from Mom start to decline. With each booster, the kitten’s immune response is enhanced.

  • FVRCP (Feline Rhinotrachetis-Calici-Panleoukopenia): A quality core vaccine that protects against feline rhinotracheitis, feline panleukopenia (FPV), and feline calcivirus (FCV), plus it protects against feline Chlamydophila, given at 8 weeks, with 2 boosters 3-4 weeks later (for example, at 8, 12, and 16 weeks).
  • FeLV (Feline Leukemia Vaccine): A quality core vaccine that protetects against feline leukemia given at 12 weeks of age or older, with one booster 3-4 weeks later.
  • Rabies: A subcutaneous vaccine that prevents the infamous and fatal neurotropic disease, given as early as 12 weeks.
  • Kitten spay and neuter procedures
  • Kitten deworming and bloodwork