Keep your senior dog healthy for less
with our monthly payment plan
Canine Advanced Care Plan $67.50/mo
One-Time Enrollment Fee: $49.99
- Bi-annual preventive care examinations
- Intestinal parasite fecal exam
- Heartworm/tick borne disease test
- Senior Early Detection Panel – chemistry, CBC, T4, and urinalysis
- Blood pressure screening
- Intraoccular eye pressure screen and Schirmer tear test
- Core vaccinations as recommended by your veterinarian – may include DHPP, Leptospirosis, Bordetella, Influenza (CIV), and Rabies
- 2 Complimentary ear swabs with microscopic review
- 2 Complimentary nail trims
- Complimentary temperament test with certified trainer
- Complimentary 20 minute underwater treadmill session, plus 20% off additional sessions/packages
- Free access to private dog park
- Emergency fee waived for plan member
Add-On Services Include:
- Microchip and registration ($3.18/month)
- Proheart12 injection – Heartworm preventative ($6.54/month)
- Simparica Flea/tick preventative – 12 doses ($16.58/month)
- Dental procedure (grade 1-2) – includes pre-anesthetic blood panel, full mouth radiographs, IV catheter and fluids, anesthesia, monitoring and injectable medications ($43.54/month)
- (**Does not include extractions, oral surgery, additional anesthesia or take home medications)
- Angel Fund monthly donation ($2.00/month)
Why does your senior dog need preventive care?
Senior dogs need regular veterinary care to ensure optimal health and quality of life. Our wellness plan saves you money on the total cost of recommended preventive care and treatments. Best of all, this plan features budget-friendly monthly payments – making it easy to manage your dog’s healthcare costs.
Dogs age a lot faster than we dog
The age at which your dog is considered “senior” depends on breed and size. Senior dogs are at greater risk for heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, cancer and many other age-related problems.
Diseases can creep up quickly and quietly
Aging means more than just gray muzzles and longer naps – illness and disease could be lurking undetected in your senior dog. Physical exams and diagnostic tests are crucial for finding problems not visible to the naked eye.
Prevention is the key to better health
Thanks to advances in veterinary medicine, pets are living longer, healthier lives than ever before. Preventive care can improve your senior dog’s quality of life and help you enjoy more healthy years together.