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Pet Wellness Care

Brookfield Veterinary Hospital provides full-service Redmond veterinary hospital care for your pet.

Your Pet's Exam

Physical Examinations Regular physical examinations are an important part of keeping your pet healthy! We recommend all pets undergo a complete physical examination at least once a year, though more frequent exams are encouraged. Why are regular exams important? Your pet's health can change rapidly; a routine examination can help us spot the signs of disease and treat them before your pet's health is adversely affected. Using the information we gather during an exam, we can work with you to develop a health care plan that's unique to your pet. Exams are also an excellent time to discuss vaccinations and other preventive health care measures.

Microchipping

Microchipping Each year, thousands of pets go missing, and many never return home. Identifying your dog or cat is a must, but sometimes a collar or ID tag aren't enough. Microchipping your pet is a safe, effective way to help ensure your pet returns home should he or she go missing. We use the HomeAgain microchip system. The HomeAgain pet recovery and identification system includes a network of more than 20,000 veterinarians and animal shelters.

Pet Nutritional Counseling

Whether your pet has special dietary needs or simply needs to lose a few pounds, Brookfield Veterinary Hospital can help. We provide complete nutritional counseling, including prescription diets and premium over the counter diet recommendations. We also provide advice on raw and home-cooked diet recommendations.

Behavioral Counseling

Unwanted behaviors can be difficult for both you and your pet. In some cases, unwanted behaviors are caused by medical conditions. The experienced staff and veterinarians at Brookfield Veterinary Hospital provide complete behavioral counseling for your pet. We help you curb your pet's unwanted behavior and develop a treatment plan if a medical problem is at the root of the behavior.

Vaccinations

Vaccinations Because every pet is unique, we customize vaccination protocols for each pet. Our general vaccination protocols follow the current American Animal Hospital recommendations.

For cats: We recommend the FVRCPP vaccine be administered every three to four weeks until 14 weeks of age, then boostered 12 months later. Subsequent vaccinations are given every three years thereafter.

The rabies vaccine is administered at 14 weeks of age, boostered 12 months later, and then given every three years thereafter.

The Feline Leukemia (FeLV) vaccine is recommended on a situational basis, depending on the lifestyle and history of the cat.

We do not recommend the FIP vaccination.

For dogs: We recommend the DHPP vaccine be administered every three to four weeks until 14 weeks of age, then boostered 12 months later. Subsequent vaccinations are given every three years thereafter.

The rabies vaccine is administered at 14 weeks of age, boostered 12 months later, and then given every three years thereafter.

The bordatella vaccine is given as either an oral or an injectable vaccination. It is boostered anually but can be given every six months as needed, depending on exposure.

The Leptospirosis vaccine is recommended on a situational basis, depending on the lifestyle and environment of the dog. If recommended, it is administered two times, spaced apart by three to four weeks. It is then boostered annually.

We do not recommend the coronavirus vaccine at this time but may do so if disease prevalence changes.

Medical Case Management

Medical Case Management If your dog or cat has a chronic condition that requires ongoing veterinary care, we can help. Brookfield Veterinary Hospital provides complete medical case management for pets with diabetes, renal failure and thyroid conditions. By managing your pet's medical condition, we provide personalized one-on-one care for your best friend.