Services & Pricing

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Service Packages

For Dogs

For Cats

Annual Adult Dog Packs

Dog Pack A

Dog Pack A

  • Vitals Checked
  • 1 year Rabies Vaccine
  • DHLPP Vaccine
  • Bordetella Vaccine
  • Deworming (Hookworm and Roundworm)
  • Heartworm Test

Dog Pack B

Dog Pack B

  • Vitals Checked
  • 1 year Rabies Vaccine
  • DHLPP Vaccine
  • Bordetella Vaccine

Annual Puppy Pack

Dog Pack A

Puppy Pack

  • 3 Rounds of Puppy Shots 4 weeks apart
  • DHLPP Vaccine
  • Bordetella Vaccine
  • Deworming (Hookworm & Roundworm)
  • Dental Rinse
  • Final Round includes 1yr rabies vaccine

Aftercare

Some Considerations

It is important to care and monitor your pets after vaccinations or any medical procedure to ensure their well-being. While reactions are rare, some pets may experience symptoms after receiving a vaccination. If you notice swelling of the face, hives or a rash on the skin, severe itching, or repeated vomiting, seek medical care. Contact the Petfolk team with concerns of a reaction, but if you are concerned that your pet is experiencing a life-threatening condition, contact or visit your local veterinary emergency facility immediately. Speak with a veterinary professional before administering any additional medications.

Home Care After Vaccination

After receiving vaccinations, your pet may run a slight fever, become sore, or have muscle aches. In some cases, older or immunocompromised pets may have more noticeable effects. Most symptoms are mild and will only last 24 to 48 hours. You can provide comfort for your pet by giving some extra attention and treating him to his favorite pet food or treat while continuing to monitor for changes. If you need to take your pet’s temperature at home, use a thermometer and consider the following ranges.

Home Care After Vaccination

Temperature Guide

Normal Temperature: 99.5 – 102.5 degrees F
Normal Heart rate: 60 – 100 for large breeds, 100 – 140 for small breeds
Normal Respiratory rate: 15-20

Medication Administration

Do not administer any new or human medications without the specific direction of your veterinary team. Some medications are toxic to pets or can react with a pet’s existing therapy. If your pet is on medication for another condition, continue to administer it as normal unless otherwise directed.

As with vaccines you may receive, moderate activity is fine after a veterinary visit, so walking and playing with your pet is fine and may help reduce muscle soreness. If your pet is not fully recovered in 48 hours or you have any additional concerns, please reach out and we will gladly assist in ensuring your pet is well cared for.

Annual Adult Cat Packs

Cat Pack A

Cat Pack A

  • Vitals Checked
  • 1 year Rabies Vaccine
  • FVRCP Vaccine
  • Feline Leukemia Test
  • Feline Leukemia Vaccine
  • Deworming (Hookworm & Roundworm)

Cat Pack B

Cat Pack B

  • Vitals Checked
  • 1 year Rabies Vaccine
  • FVRCP Vaccine
  • Deworming (Hookworm & Roundworm)

Annual Kitten Pack

Dog Pack A

Kitten Pack

  • 3 Rounds of Kitten Shots 4 weeks apart
  • FVRCP Vaccine
  • FeLv Test
  • FeLv Vaccine
  • Deworming (Hookworm & Roundworm)
  • Final Round includes 1yr rabies vaccine

Aftercare

Some Considerations

Some Considerations

It is important to care and monitor your pets after vaccinations or any medical procedure to ensure their well-being. While reactions are rare, some pets may experience symptoms after receiving a vaccination. If you notice swelling of the face, hives or a rash on the skin, severe itching, or repeated vomiting, seek medical care. Contact the Petfolk team with concerns of a reaction, but if you are concerned that your pet is experiencing a life-threatening condition, contact or visit your local veterinary emergency facility immediately. Speak with a veterinary professional before administering any additional medications.

Home Care After Vaccination

After receiving vaccinations, your pet may run a slight fever, become sore, or have muscle aches. In some cases, older or immunocompromised pets may have more noticeable effects. Most symptoms are mild and will only last 24 to 48 hours. You can provide comfort for your pet by giving some extra attention and treating him to his favorite pet food or treat while continuing to monitor for changes. If you need to take your pet’s temperature at home, use a thermometer and consider the following ranges.

Home Care After Vaccination

Temperature Guide

Normal Temperature: 99.5 – 102.5 degrees F
Normal Heart rate: 60 – 100 for large breeds, 100 – 140 for small breeds
Normal Respiratory rate: 15-20

Medication Administration

Do not administer any new or human medications without the specific direction of your veterinary team. Some medications are toxic to pets or can react with a pet’s existing therapy. If your pet is on medication for another condition, continue to administer it as normal unless otherwise directed.

As with vaccines you may receive, moderate activity is fine after a veterinary visit, so walking and playing with your pet is fine and may help reduce muscle soreness. If your pet is not fully recovered in 48 hours or you have any additional concerns, please reach out and we will gladly assist in ensuring your pet is well cared for.

Individual Services

For Dogs

For Cats

Dog Pack A

Dog Vaccines

  • Rabies (1 year) $38
  • Rabies (3 years) $38
  • DHLPP $38
  • Bordetella Vaccine $48
  • Deworming $23
  • Leptospirosis $38
  • Canine Influenza Bi-Valent $42
  • Coronavirus Vaccine $40

Dog Pack B

Dog Wellness

  • Heartworm Testing $39
  • Ear Cleaning $25
  • Dental Rinsing $15
  • Anal Gland Expressions $25
  • Nail Trimming $25
  • Wellness Express Package $38
  • Healthy Heart Pack A : Heartworm Test + 6mo Simparica Trio $180
  • Healthy Heart Pack B : Heartworm Test + 6mo Heartgard Plus $80

Aftercare

Some Considerations

It is important to care and monitor your pets after vaccinations or any medical procedure to ensure their well-being. While reactions are rare, some pets may experience symptoms after receiving a vaccination. If you notice swelling of the face, hives or a rash on the skin, severe itching, or repeated vomiting, seek medical care. Contact the Petfolk team with concerns of a reaction, but if you are concerned that your pet is experiencing a life-threatening condition, contact or visit your local veterinary emergency facility immediately. Speak with a veterinary professional before administering any additional medications.

Home Care After Vaccination

After receiving vaccinations, your pet may run a slight fever, become sore, or have muscle aches. In some cases, older or immunocompromised pets may have more noticeable effects. Most symptoms are mild and will only last 24 to 48 hours. You can provide comfort for your pet by giving some extra attention and treating him to his favorite pet food or treat while continuing to monitor for changes. If you need to take your pet’s temperature at home, use a thermometer and consider the following ranges.

Home Care After Vaccination

Temperature Guide

Normal Temperature: 99.5 – 102.5 degrees F
Normal Heart rate: 0 – 100 for large breeds, 100 – 140 for small breeds
Normal Respiratory rate: 15-20

Medication Administration

Do not administer any new or human medications without the specific direction of your veterinary team. Some medications are toxic to pets or can react with a pet’s existing therapy. If your pet is on medication for another condition, continue to administer it as normal unless otherwise directed.

As with vaccines you may receive, moderate activity is fine after a veterinary visit, so walking and playing with your pet is fine and may help reduce muscle soreness. If your pet is not fully recovered in 48 hours or you have any additional concerns, please reach out and we will gladly assist in ensuring your pet is well cared for.

Cat Vaccines

Cat Vaccines

  • Rabies (1 year) $38
  • Rabies (3 years) $74
  • FVRCP  Vaccine (Feline Viral Rhinotrachetis, Calicivirus, Panleukopenia, Chlamydia) $38
  • Deworming $23
  • Feline Leukemia Vaccine $38
  • Feline Leukemia Testing $49

Cat Wellness

Cat Wellness

  • Dental Rinsing $15
  • Nail Trimming $25
  • Wellness Express Package:
    Nail Trimming & Dental Rinsing $38

Aftercare

Some Considerations

Some Considerations

It is important to care and monitor your pets after vaccinations or any medical procedure to ensure their well-being. While reactions are rare, some pets may experience symptoms after receiving a vaccination. If you notice swelling of the face, hives or a rash on the skin, severe itching, or repeated vomiting, seek medical care. Contact the Petfolk team with concerns of a reaction, but if you are concerned that your pet is experiencing a life-threatening condition, contact or visit your local veterinary emergency facility immediately. Speak with a veterinary professional before administering any additional medications.

Home Care After Vaccination

After receiving vaccinations, your pet may run a slight fever, become sore, or have muscle aches. In some cases, older or immunocompromised pets may have more noticeable effects. Most symptoms are mild and will only last 24 to 48 hours. You can provide comfort for your pet by giving some extra attention and treating him to his favorite pet food or treat while continuing to monitor for changes. If you need to take your pet’s temperature at home, use a thermometer and consider the following ranges.

Home Care After Vaccination

Temperature Guide

Normal Temperature: 99.5 – 102.5 degrees F
Normal Heart rate: 0 – 100 for large breeds, 100 – 140 for small breeds
Normal Respiratory rate: 15-20

Medication Administration

Do not administer any new or human medications without the specific direction of your veterinary team. Some medications are toxic to pets or can react with a pet’s existing therapy. If your pet is on medication for another condition, continue to administer it as normal unless otherwise directed.

As with vaccines you may receive, moderate activity is fine after a veterinary visit, so walking and playing with your pet is fine and may help reduce muscle soreness. If your pet is not fully recovered in 48 hours or you have any additional concerns, please reach out and we will gladly assist in ensuring your pet is well cared for.