Preventing Illness with Routine Cat & Dog Exams in Matthews, NC

At Austin Village Pet Hospital, your pet’s whole health and well-being are the cornerstones of our approach to health care. Since cats and dogs age faster than we do, your pet’s health can change rapidly within a year. With that in mind, annual cat and dog exams become that much more important as we strive to establish your pet’s baseline health and then work to keep them healthy year after year.

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Keep your pet healthy for years to come.

Schedule their annual vet visit today. Call us at (704) 529-9777 or make an appointment below!

PAW Plans for Continued Pet Wellness in Matthews, NC

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PAW plans allow you to take care of all your pet’s essential needs and more for a low monthly payment. Our pet wellness plans are suited for puppy and kitten care as well as adult cats and dogs.

These plans are comprehensive and cover the following:

  • Unlimited sick exams

  • Two wellness exams

  • Nail trimming

  • Diagnostic testing

  • Vaccinations

  • Parasite prevention

  • 10% member discount on products and services including spay/neuter surgery, dental cleanings, and elective and emergency surgeries

    (not valid online or with food purchases)

Enroll your pet today to ensure they get the care they need for one affordable monthly payment! Call us at (704) 529-9777 or ask us for more information at your next appointment.

Annual Vet Visits with a Gentle Touch

Our animal hospital is staffed with Fear Free Certified Professionals who know how to take the fear and anxiety out of vet visits. Every exam and procedure we perform is done with your pet’s comfort and emotional well-being in mind. We’ll use low-stress handling techniques, pheromone sprays, food motivation, and more to ensure your pet’s experience is free of fear and full of comforts.

What to Expect at a Wellness Visit

Every wellness visit is tailored to your pet’s individual needs, yet there are some common services we’ll perform for all patients to get a comprehensive assessment of their health.

Some of the services you can expect at a wellness visit include:

  • Physical exam, looking for abnormalities in the skin and coat, eyes, ears, nose, and mouth, and listening to the heart and lungs
  • Weight check and body condition score
  • Age-appropriate blood work to establish baseline health and screen for certain diseases including heartworm disease or tick-borne illnesses
  • Fecal exam to check for intestinal parasites
  • Nutritional counseling if your pet is under or overweight, or having gastrointestinal problems
  • Behavioral counseling for dogs or cats with behavioral problems