We recommend that your new puppy or kitten have 2 complete physical exams between 8-16 weeks of age. These examinations provide us with a baseline of health that helps us determine overall health and when it’s best to administer necessary vaccines.
Puppies and kittens have immature immune systems, which makes them vulnerable to disease and infection. Vaccines keep them protected and are given in a series.
Puppies and kittens should be tested for intestinal parasites with a microscopic fecal exam. Kittens are recommended to be tested for Feline Leukemia and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus during their first visit if testing had not currently been done.
We encourage you to discuss the following:
Our Hospital is proud to offer wellness plan packages that have been created to ensure that your pet gets off on the right foot.
(Total Value: $500
Plus Puppy Socialization Class: $570)
(Total Value: $460)
Early socialization is extremely important for the behavioral development of your puppy. We offer a 5-week socialization class for puppies 8-16 weeks of age, which is one of the most important time periods of socialization for your pet. This class offers even the experienced dog owner a wealth of new information about canine development and behavior. At this class all family members, including puppy, learn key points of behavioral training.
The first class is a two hour orientation from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm without puppies and the next four classes meet from 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm with puppies.
Please call (715) 392-6211 to reserve your spot and put your new puppy on the path to proper behavior.
We also recommend Arrowhead Dog Training and Twin Ports Dog Training for your pet. These training sites offer puppy kindergarten classes, beginner level obedience training, and advanced obedience training.
Arrowhead Dog Training | 218-525-1234
5153 N Tischer Rd, Duluth, MN 55804
Twin Ports Dog Training | 218-729-5311
5092 Lindahl Rd, Duluth, MN 55811
Spay/Neuter Procedure is recommended for all pets to maximize overall health, minimize the risk for certain infections and diseases, prevent unwanted litters, and inhibit undesirable sexual behaviors like roaming and aggression.
We highly recommend all of our clients have their pets microchipped. Your pet is a priceless addition to your family. We want to help make sure they stay safe with you.
At Superior Animal Hospital, we trust HomeAgain. This is an effective and dependable pet recovery service that prides itself on giving pets the best chance at returning home to the families who love them. To date, HomeAgain has reunited over 2 million pets with their families!
Annual enrollment includes HomeAgain national pet recovery database, 24/7 lost pet specialists, rapid lost pet alerts, 24/7 emergency medical hotline, and travel assistance for found pets.
This permanent identification is completely unique to your special pet and will be scanned for your contact information should your pet be found and taken to an animal shelter or pet hospital. For this reason, it’s imperative that you ensure that your contact information is always up to date. For the most complete protection, tags and collars are always recommended, in addition to microchips.
To learn more, visit www.homeagain.com or call 1-888-HOMEAGAIN (1-888-466-3242). Customer service representatives are ready to answer any questions you may have 24/7.
Located in the North Hwy 2/53 Corridor of Superior, just minutes from the University of Wisconsin-Superior and downtown Duluth, MN.