Cat & Dog Wellness Care & Plans in Acworth, GA

Pet Wellness Care In Acworth, GA

Here at Mills Animal Hospital, pet wellness care is essential to keeping your dog or cat in the best of health for the foreseeable future, and we recommend seeing your pet at least once a year for a checkup! Puppies, kittens, and senior pets may need to come in more frequently due to their increased vulnerability to illness. Seeing your pet regularly helps us detect the onset of disease earlier (should a problem arise), and keep an ongoing record of their medical and health history.

As part of our commitment to proactive care, we offer affordable cat and dog wellness plans for different age groups. These plans cover essential services, including wellness exams, vaccinations, and blood work, to maintain your pet’s health at every age. We also recommend pet health insurance to make optimal care even more affordable.

Schedule your pet’s next wellness visit by calling (770) 903-5995 or booking online below!

Pet Wellness Plans

While we strongly recommend that all pets be covered by pet insurance, we also offer cat and dog wellness plans to help our clients plan ahead for their pet care needs.

Please note that our wellness plans are currently under reconstruction. For more information, please call us.

Canine Wellness Plans

Our Canine Wellness Plans include puppies, adult dogs, and senior dogs. Please call us for pricing information.

Feline Wellness Plans

Our Feline Wellness Plans cover the needs of kittens, adult cats, and senior cats. Please call us for pricing information.

The Importance of Parasite Testing & Prevention

In Georgia, fleas, ticks, heartworms, and intestinal parasites are very common. These parasites pose significant health risks to pets and can also affect your family. Regular wellness exams at Mills Animal Hospital enable our team to test for these parasites, including heartworm and tick-borne diseases, and ensure your pet remains free from these threats. We offer effective preventatives tailored to your pet's needs and provide immediate treatment if parasites are detected, along with guidance on essential preventive measures to keep your pet protected year-round.

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Why is Senior Pet Care More Involved?

Senior dogs and cats are prone to health conditions such as vision and hearing loss, arthritis, cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. To reduce the severity of these issues or prevent them as much as possible, we recommend seeing your senior pet for a complete physical exam and lab work twice a year. These services allow us to detect health problems earlier, without a delay in treatment. Many conditions can escalate if they are not addressed as quickly as possible.

Our goal is to give your pet the best health and quality of life. Senior pets deserve to enjoy their golden years, and we’re here to make that happen for you and your four-legged family member. Contact us today to schedule a wellness appointment!