Pet Wellness Exams &
Preventative Care in Belton

At Belton Small Animal Clinic, we care deeply about your pet's longevity and well-being. We love every one of our patients as much as we love our own pets. That's why we want only the best care for their needs. Pet wellness care is a major area of veterinary medicine. It includes various services, including wellness exams, vaccinations, parasite prevention, and diagnostics. Keeping up with these services and treatments year after year is essential for your pet's health and happiness.

We take pride in helping dogs and cats grow and thrive from their earliest life stage to their senior years. Our goal aligns with yours: keep them healthy and active for years to come. Let's work together to create a personalized wellness plan for your pet that stands the test of time.

Maintaining Your Adult Pet's Health


Annual wellness exams allow our team to fully evaluate your pet's current health and record any changes we observe. Additionally, we can address any problems you have noticed in your pet and act quickly to correct them.

Routine exams include a physical, recommended vaccinations, and heartworm and fecal testing. These are opportune times for us to touch base with you and your pet and make changes to their wellness program if necessary. Parasite prevention is also vital for cats and dogs. In fact, fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes are a year-round problem for all pets! Therefore, we recommend the best parasite control products to suit their needs.

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Caring for Senior Dogs & Cats


Senior cats and dogs experience the effects of aging much like we do. They can develop diabetes, heart disease, arthritis, and other issues. Older pets with chronic health conditions often need to see their veterinarian more than once a year for a checkup. Furthermore, yearly blood screenings are also valuable for detecting underlying illnesses and injuries. It is never easy to see your four-legged friend grow old. Yet, we can help you keep them comfortable, healthy and mobile in their golden years.