What Are Premier Pets?

Premier Pet Wellness Program

Our clinic offers several unique benefits to its "Premier Pets."  "Premier Pets" are those pets that follow our wellness programs by having all its routine preventive health care performed at our clinic, as recommended by our veterinarians.  Note that the wellness program benefits are only applicable to the individual pet that has all recommended services performed at our facility.

The staff and veterinarians here at Premier VetCare focus heavily on preventive health care for our clients pets. Preventive care helps keep your pet free from infectious, as well as zoonotic, and preventable diseases. Pets that get routine preventive care, live longer, healthier lives.

The PREMIER PET WELLNESS PROGRAM was developed to reward our most committed clients for providing all needed preventive health care for their pet each year.The only thing needed to enroll your pet(s) is to the follow preventive health care recommended for your pets by our staff.  If you are new to our clinic, our staff can review your pets medical records and inform you what preventive care may be needed.

Unlike other practices, there is no enrollment paperwork, fees, or monthly payments, or hoops to jump through, for you to receive these cost saving benefits.  Just have your routine wellness care provided with our practice.

Premier Pets Benefits Include

  • WELLNESS SAVINGS are provided when you select our wellness packages.  Our wellness packages include savings on the exam fee, heartworm testing, fecal testing, and vaccinations. 
  • AFTER HOURS EMERGENCY CONSULTATION.  We feel it is our responsibility to provide needed answers for our "regular" clients and their pets at all times. We provide after hours phone consultations by one of our doctors for this reason. At the time of the consultation, it will be determined if your pet needs to be seen at our office the following business day, or at one of the local pet emergency clinics. Clients who have wellness care performed elsewhere (or not at all) do not receive this service.
  • COMPLIMENTARY ROUTINE TOE NAIL TRIMS that do not require the assistance of several team members. Charges may apply to very uncooperative pets.  
  • SAVINGS ON SELECT SERVICES such as Anal Gland expression.  Several routine technician/ assistant services are discounted for our Premier Pets. The list includes but not limited to: Ear Hair Plucking, Ear Cleaning, Sanitary Hair Clips, and more.
  • COMPLIMENTARY DAY CARE is available if you need to drop your pet off for other services. We do NOT charge you a "day boarding fee" if other services are to be performed.
  • SAVINGS ON MEDICAL PROGRESS EXAMS. These brief progress exams, performed by one of our veterinarians,are offered to Premier Pets at a discounted exam fee to make keeping up with your pets chronic heath conditions more affordable. (Medical progress exams may not be used for a new or developing health concern(s) that are unrelated to prior diagnosed conditions)
  • 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEED WITH ALL OTC PRODUCTS. We dispense only the best pet care products available. If you are not satisfied with any over-the-counter products dispensed to you, you may return if for a "No Hassle" refund for the remaining unused product. (Some restrictions may apply)
  • COMPUTERIZED VACCINATION REMINDERS. Premier Pets receive automatic reminders when wellness care needs are due. These reminders can also be delivered to you by text and email when you provide us that contact information.  
  • ONLINE ACCESS TO PETS RECORDS. Premier Pets have their medical records uploaded to a Cloud service, that allows you access to your pets wellness reminders and appointments online through your Pet Portal. Your pets are automatically enrolled in this valuable service when you provide us your email address.
  • RECHECK EXAM FEES ARE WAIVED for scheduled recheck exams or rechecks for unexpected complications or failure to respond to the treatment plan within 14 days of the initial visit or surgery, or as requested by one of our doctors.  Exam charges do apply to recheck exams when late or not kept as requested by our doctors.  Pets that are not Premier Pets are charged modest exam recheck fees. 
  • DENTAL CARE CLINIC offers a very unique cost saving program for our Premier Pets. This single benefit can save you $100-$300 per year, as compared to other practices, and those not enrolled as a Premier Pet. Click here for complete details.  
  • EVENING HOUR APPOINTMENTS for wellness and urgent care after 5:30.  Premier VetCare offers extended hours M-F after 5:30 PM until 7:00PM.  These hours are reserved for our Premier Pets with urgent care needs, or for wellness visits.  Walk-ins wellness and urgent care are not accepted after 5:30PM due to decreased staffing.
  • HOSPITALIZATION SAVINGS for when they do happen to get ill.  Premier Pets receive a discount on their daily routine hospitalization fees.  
  • APPOINTMENT AND WALK-IN PRIORITY will be given to PREMIER PETS.

WELLNESS PROTOCOLS:

Below lists the general recommendations for our wellness program. A plan will be adapted to your pets needs and health condition as determined by our veterinarians and staff. Simply follow our recommendations, and your furry family member can receive the rewards of our PREMIER PET WELLNESS PROGRAM.

DOGS:

Required for Enrollment in our Premier Pet Program

-Physical Examination

-Rabies Vaccination / Current on Licence

-DHLP-Parvovirus Vaccination

-Bordetella Vaccination

-Fecal Examination for Intestinal Parasites and

-Heartworm Testing

Highly encouraged to keep your pet in Premier Health

-Monthly Parasite Preventive Medication

-Spaying or Neutering

-Dental Examination & Cleaning


CATS:

Required for Enrollment in our Premier Pet Program

-Physical Examination

-Rabies Vaccination / Current on Licence

-FERC Vaccination

-Fecal Examination for Intestinal Parasites

Highly encouraged to keep your pet in Premier Health

-Feline Leukemia Vaccination (FeLV)

-FeLV & Feline Aids Testing 

-Monthly Parasite Preventive Medication

-Spaying or Neutering

-Dental Examination & Cleaning

Free Heartworm Test With Proheart Injection

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

7:30 am

5:30 pm

Walk-Ins & Urgent Care 9 am - 3pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am

5:30 pm

Walk-Ins & Urgent Care 9 am - 3pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am

5:30 pm

Walk-Ins & Urgent Care 9 am - 3pm

Thursday:

7:30 am

5:30 pm

Walk-Ins & Urgent Care 9 am - 3pm

Friday:

7:30 am

5:30 pm

Walk-Ins & Urgent Care 9 am - 3pm

Saturday:

Closed

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

Regular Business Hours are M-F 7:30am till 5:30 pm. Walk-in and Urgent Care M-F 9:00am till 3:00 pm

Appointments Preferred. Pets are seen in following order:
Life Threatening Emergencies, Appointments, Urgent Care Walk-ins, Wellness Walk-ins

Additional Fees Apply to Walk-In & Urgent Care Visits


When bringing your pets into our office, for their and the safety of other pets, please either have your pet leashed or in a pet carrier. Please ask our staff at check in for a leash if needed.

For aggressive pets Click Here for more information.  

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