Puppy & Kitten Packages

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Puppy Package at Mt McKinley Animal Hospital

Puppy Package (PDF)

First Visit

  • Physical Exam
    Discuss house/crate training, nutrition, and spay/neuter
  • DAPP Vaccination
    Distemper, hepatitis, parainfluenza, & parvovirus
  • Intestinal parasite screen
  • Intestinal dewormer for hookworms, roundworms, tapeworms, & whipworms

*May be given at a later appointment if puppy is under 12 weeks

Second Visit (3 weeks later)

  • Physical Exam
  • DAPP Vaccination
  • Rabies Vaccination
  • Bordatella (kennel cough) Vaccination
  • Intestinal Dewormer

Third Visit (3 weeks later)

  • Physical Exam
  • DAPP Vaccination
  • Intestinal Dewormer

Fourth Visit (3 weeks later) ***only necessary depending on age at start of vaccines***

  • Physical Exam
  • DAPP Vaccination

Physical Exam – The comprehensive examination allows the doctor to evaluate your puppy’s attitude,
heart, ears, eyes, lungs, abdomen, nose, throat, teeth, lymph nodes, bones, and skin. Please take this
opportunity to discuss any concerns you may have regarding your pet’s care.

Intestinal Parasite Screen – A fresh stool sample is evaluated to detect the presence and type of parasite
infection by microscopic evaluation and the detection of parasite antigens using ELISA.

DAPP Vaccination – This is a core vaccination that protects your dog against the serious diseases that are
present in our area:

  • Canine Distemper Virus – affects your dog’s intestinal, respiratory, and neurological systems. Affected
    dogs can have permanent damage to their nervous systems. This virus is transmitted via discharge from
    the eyes and nose of affected dogs.
  • Canine Infectious Hepatitis – is a virus that causes severe liver disease, eye damage, and respiratory
    problems that can be fatal. This disease is spread via infected urine.
  • Canine Parvovirus – This is an extremely serious disease that affects the dogs digestive system. It can
    cause bloody diarrhea and vomiting; it destroys the immune system and can affect the heart in
    puppies. Death may occur in 48-72 hours if left untreated.
  • Canine Parainfluenza Virus – this virus causes kennel cough

Bordatella – This is a vaccination to protect against a highly contagious cough, which is caused by airborne
bacteria. If untreated, kennel cough can progress to bronchitis and pneumonia.

Rabies – This is a core vaccination that protects against rabies. Rabies is a fatal disease that affects the
nervous system and it is required by law to keep all pets up to date.


Kitten Package at Mt McKinley Animal Hospital

Kitten Package (PDF)

First Visit

  • Physical Exam
  • Discuss nutrition and spay/neuter
  • FVRCP Vaccination
  • Includes vaccination against distemper, rhinotracheitis, & calicivirus
  • FIV/FeLV blood test
  • FeLV Vaccination (kitten must be 9 weeks old and FeLV negative)
  • Intestinal parasite screen
  • Intestinal dewormer for hookworms, roundworms, tapeworms, & whipworms

Second Visit (3 weeks later)

  • Physical Exam
  • FVRCP Vaccination
  • Rabies Vaccination (kitten must be 12 weeks old)
  • FeLV Vaccination
  • Intestinal Dewormer
  • Physical Exam – This comprehensive examination allows the doctor to evaluate your
    kitten’s attitude, heart, ears, eyes, lungs, abdomen, nose, throat, teeth, lymph nodes,
    bones, and skin. Please take this opportunity to discuss any concerns you may have
    regarding your pet’s care.

    Intestinal Parasite Screen – A fresh stool sample is microscopically evaluated to detect the
    presence and type of parasite infection.

    FVRCP Vaccination – This is a core vaccination that protects your cat against the serious
    diseases that are present in our area:
    Feline Panleukopenia Virus – (feline distemper) causes severe vomiting and diarrhea
    which can be fatal.

    Feline Rhinotracheitis Virus and Feline Calicivirus – This virus can cause destruction of
    the lining of the respiratory tract. Signs including sneezing, discharge from the eyes
    and nose, oral ulcers, and poor appetite. Vaccination helps reduce the severity of the
    disease.

    Feline Leukemia Vaccination – This is a vaccination to protect against feline leukemia virus,
    which causes many disorders including tumors such as leukemia and bone marrow
    suppression. Although some cats may show no signs for may years, it is a fatal disease.
    Rabies – This is a core vaccination that protects against rabies. Rabies is a fatal disease that
    affects the nervous system and it is required by law to keep all pets up to date.