Follow the steps below to prepay for your pet’s spay or neuter and any vaccinations or additional services you may want the day of your appointment. See restrictions below.
This package includes two vaccine visits, a microchip, spay or neuter, post-surgery pain medication, post-surgery cone, and a pet gift. This package is non-transferable and must be purchased before the kitten is 4 months old. Wellness kits are intended to be completely used before a kitten reaches 6 months old. These kits come as a coupon booklet that will be picked up at the pet’s first visit to TCAP upon presentation of the prepaid receipt. Details for when to return for the next series of treatments are included in the booklet. Vaccines should start for kittens at 9 weeks of age. This is a savings of $25.00 from TCAP’s regular pricing.
• Additional pain medications, antibiotics and ecollars are available for purchase for an additional fee at the time of surgery. These are suggested, but not required.The Pain medication combination gives
Pain Medication Options
• Additional pain medications, antibiotics and e-collars are available for purchase for an additional fee at the time of surgery. These are suggested, but not required.The Pain medication combination gives
Includes Rabies, FeLV, FHCPCh and General Dewormer
Need an ID tag for your pet? Order one online, and we can mail it to you! – https://texasforthem.org/pre-pay-services/id-tags/
Includes Rabies, FeLV, and FHCPCh
Rabies is a virus that may affect the brain and spinal cord of all mammals. The first rabies vaccination should be given at 3 to 6 months of age, with the first booster shot given one year later (at 15 months of age). Thereafter, give boosters annually.
This vaccine protects against common upper respiratory diseases such as Rhinotracheitis, Calici, Chlamydia, and Panleukopenia, that cats can catch even if they live indoors. It is recommended if your cat is ever boarded, hospitalized, etc. Many veterinarians, boarding and grooming facilities require this vaccination.
Lifetime registration included with this HomeAgain Microchip.
Droncit Injection for the treatment of tapeworms. Tapeworms appear like white flecks of rice in a pet’s feces.
This testing is recommended for all cats, especially those with unknown histories. This is a blood test that checks for these infectious diseases in the cat’s blood stream. Leukemia and FIV are transmitted through bites, infected body fluids such as saliva, grooming, sexual contact and mother to offspring.
Nail trim while pet is at TCAP for a spay or neuter
FeLV-Feline Leukemia. This vaccine is recommended for cats who go outdoors are in contact with other cats. The vaccine is designed to protect cats from exposure to Leukemia. The vaccination is given in a series, 3 to 4 weeks apart when the cat is a kitten. After the initial dose, FelV vaccines are given yearly.
Small Red Heart ID Tag
Size: 13/16" x 1 1/8"
Small Blue Bone ID Tag
Size: 1" x 1 3/8"
Small Hot Pink Bone ID Tag
Small: 1" x 1 3/8"
Small Blue Circle ID Tag
Size: 1" x 1 1/8"
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Small Pink Circle ID Tag
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