Protect your pet!
We have offered pet wellness plans here at Animal Health Services for many years. We have plans to cover kittens, adult cats, geriatric cats, puppies, adult dogs, and geriatric dogs.
Our Wellness Plans focus on preventive care, which will add years to your pet’s life. These plans are not insurance; rather, they more closely resemble a prepaid medical plan. Each plan includes specific services to be performed over the course of one year, as well as discounts on non-covered services and most prescription medications.
Our Wellness Plans set a precedent. Essential care is neatly packaged into pay-monthly plans that ensure each pet receives above-and-beyond attention. As your furry family members age, the plans change to fit their specific needs. We keep track of payments, recommend plan changes, and update you about upcoming exams and treatments often and with transparency.
Our Wellness Plans allow you to budget for your pet’s basic care with easy, affordable monthly payments and the peace of mind that you can do the right thing for your pet through every life stage. Truly, it bubbles down to doing what’s best for the pets. That’s what it’s all about.
Puppy, Young Adult & Premium Dental Plans
** complete with sample-in house
*** optional, under 50 pounds
**** includes x-rays
***** optional, flea, tick, heartworm treatment
Kitten, Young Adult & Premium Dental Plans
Call us for pricing and more details about the plan that is right for your pet!
How to Contact Us:
We’re located near the Longview/Kelso Border in Cowlitz County, WA. We are an industry leading veterinarian serving Longview, WA and Kelso, WA. We have a simple idea that our clients wish their pets receive the same care and attention that we ourselves would hope to find at an animal hospital. We put your pet's health and happiness first with the highest standard veterinary care.
Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri: 7am - 6pm
Thurs: 9:30am - 6pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 9am - 5pm
Could your cat have osteoarthritis? Your cat’s activities and behaviors may be signs of osteoarthritis. On this website, www.zeotispetcare.com , you can find a checklist and questionnaire to help you assess your cat's behavior for signs of osteoarthritis. If you are concerned and want to have your cat seen, please contact us.