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Feline Care in Fairbanks AK
Mt. McKinley Animal Hospital
425 Harold Bentley Ave.
Fairbanks, AK 99701

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Feline Wellness Care Fairbanks AK

Cat Vet, Fairbanks AK

Mt. McKinley Animal Hospital

Feline Wellness Care

Pet wellness examinations/vaccinations

At Mt. McKinley Animal Hospital we believe that preventative care is the foundation for a healthy, happy, long-lived pet. Cats age faster than people and most cats are mature by age two. At 7 years of age, cats are entering their senior years. Because cats age so rapidly, major health changes can occur in a short period of time. Many diseases are treatable if caught before irreversible changes have occurred. Therefore we recommend annual or twice annual physical examinations to help us diagnose, treat or prevent problems before they become life-threatening. During these examinations we will discuss and administer immunizations, internal and external parasite treatment and prevention, blood and urine tests and other measures to ensure prevention and early detection of disease.

Your cat’s wellness exam provides an opportunity for you to discuss your cat’s health with one of our veterinarians.  Everything from behavior, dental care, arthritis, nutrition, immunizations and any lifestyle changes are encouraged discussions.

Our annual exam also includes a dental evaluation. Dental care is very important, especially to our older animals.  This screening often prevents mouth pain and infections that can affect your pet's overall health. Click here to read more about the dental care offered at Mt. McKinley Animal Hospital.

We monitor your animal's weight so we can recommend modifications in diet or exercise if needed. During the annual wellness exam, we may discuss your pet's nutritional needs and weight management guidelines with you. A healthy body weight is important for your dog or cat to have a long and healthy life.