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At Marianas Vet Care we offer a variety of services and products for your pets and stress that prevention is the key to setting up your pet with a healthy beginning.

Services includes:
- Annual pet wellness exams
- Vaccinations
- Puppy or kittens first visits
- Surgical procedures
- General medicine
- Deworming
- Fecal Check
- Blood Tests
- Nail trims
- Boarding
- Health Certificates

Feel free to inquire more with one of the staff at Marianas Vet Care.

Puppies First Visit

Puppies are very susceptible to many viruses since they haven't been fully vaccinated. It is very important to keep them exposure free. At Marianas Vet Care, we recommend that you keep your puppy from going outdoors, chewing or biting shoes or slippers, and letting them play with other pets who haven't been fully vaccinated. By making sure your puppy doesn't partake in the activities mentioned above will ensure that you puppy isn't exposed to viruses that they can get; more specifically a virus named Parvo.

Parvo Virus
Parvo is a highly contagious viral illness. The virus affects the intestinal tract of a pet. This causes them to have vomiting, loss of appetite, bloody diarrhea, and become lethargic. It is very easy to transfer the virus. Some ways that pets get exposed to parvo is when they come into contact with an object that comes in contact with an infected dogs stool. We could even track it on our shoes or slippers if we stepped in an area that was contaminated. This is why we recommend that puppies who haven't been fully vaccinated to not chew slippers. It also has been noted that the virus can live in the environment for up to a year. The only disinfectant known to kill the virus is bleach. Parvo is a very guarded virus; meaning the prognosis for pets who have parvo is 50/50.

Puppies require 3 canine vaccinations for their puppy series and can start between 7-8 weeks old. If your puppy has been outdoors, or does chew/bite slippers, we would recommend for you to quarantine your puppy for two weeks before they start their vaccinations. This is to make sure that your pet hasn't been exposed to the virus. It is important for them to get the full 3 shots in order to be fully safe from viruses such as parvo. They would also need to have a fecal check and deworming to make sure they don't have any intestinal parasites. Pets with heavy burdens of internal parasites can make them feel unwell.

Puppies can start going outdoors and socializing two weeks after their third canine vaccination.

Kittens First Visit
Similar to the puppies first visit, kittens also require 3 feline vaccinations and can start between 7-8 weeks old. Since it is your kittens first time to the vet, we recommend to get your pet dewormed and to have a fecal check done. Make sure to keep your kitten from socializing with other animals until two weeks after their third feline vaccination.

Semi-Annual/Annual Wellness Exam
It is recommended for pets to get either a semi-annual or annual exam. Semi-annual exam is done every six months to check your pets fecal to make sure your pet doesn't have any internal parasites.

Annual Exams are done once a year. During this exam, your pet will be updated with either their canine or feline vaccinations, have a fecal check done, as well as their rabies vaccination (depending on their previous rabies vaccination), and dewormed. 

Spaying or Neutering

Both feline and canine pets can get sterilized as early as four to six months of age. If your pet hasn't been seen by our veterinarian we do require that you schedule a spay/neuter consult before we schedule the actual surgery date. During the consult, you will meet with the veterinarian and discuss your pets medical history. At the consult is when we would be able to schedule the actual date of the surgery. 

Please note: this consult is only with you and the veterinarian. Please do not bring your pet to the appointment. 

On the day of the surgery, the veterinarian will examine your pet to ensure your pet is generally healthy to undergo the surgery. If there are any concerns or issues the doctor finds during the examination, we will call and notify you of those concerns and let you know the next plan of action. 

We require that pets are updated on their vaccinations and is current on flea and tick preventative if they will be boarding in our facility. Pets are walked and fed two times a day. If you have specific instructions for your pets dietary needs or routine, please inquire with the front desk at the time of drop off. 

Health Certificate
Pets need a health certificate before leaving the island. You would want to search the requirements needed for your pet to enter the location that you are headed to. Usually, most places require that you have your pet updated on all vaccinations, had a fecal check done within the six months prior you leaving, was treated for internal parasites, and is current on heartworm prevention and tick/flea prevention. Health certificates are good 10 days prior you leaving, if you exceed more than 10 days, the health certificate is no longer valid. 

You are able to have your pet updated with anything they need a couple of months before you leaving. Although, like mentioned above, your pet will still need to get examined by a veterinarian within 10 days of your pets flight. During that time is when we would be able to do the health certificate. After the examination, we will get the health certificate ready, from there we will either have you take the health certificate to be turned in to the Department of Agriculture (DOA) for the Territorial Veterinarian's stamp of approval and signature, or we will take it there ourselves.

 Please plan wisely for a stress free experience. 

Please note: There is a 24 hr courtesy period for the turn around time for Department of Agriculture. Depending on the date and time of your appointment with us, determines what date we're able to turn in the form to DOA and the date you're able to pick up. (i.e. if you scheduled an appointment with us on Friday at 4:30P.M., we are most likely not going to be able to turn in the form to DOA until Monday. Which means you would most likely receive the form on Tuesday).