Lake Norman Animal Hospital offers Mooresville pet owners cost-saving for comprehensive preventive veterinary services through our Pet Wellness Plans.
Save Money on the Preventative Care
We can offer you reduced pricing by 'bundling' a year's worth of preventative healthcare services and products.
Manage Your Budget Better
When you sign up for a Pet Wellness Plans, you know exactly what your costs will be every month for core preventative veterinary care.
10% Off Key Products & Services*
OurPet Wellness Plan, also come with 10% on essential services and products offered at our hospital. *Excluding online purchases, prescription diets and grooming.
Our Vets Get To Know Your Pet Better
The more often we see your pet, the better we get to know them, and the better care we can provide.
Pet Wellness Plans 'bundle up' all the preventative services you need to keep your pet healthy all year. This means your pet benefits from more consistent preventive care, and you get a monthly payment plan that helps you save money and manage your budget.
Our Pet Wellness Plans include the essentials your pet needs to thrive, from annual and 6-month wellness exams to core vaccinations, bloodwork, and heartworm testing. They will also receive a fecal exam and a 12-month supply of flea, tick, and heartworm prevention medications.
Sometimes pets can appear healthy, but the early or hidden signs and symptoms of disease can lurk in their bodies. That's why each component is vitally important in maintaining your pet’s health. Wellness exams are a nose-to-tail health check that allow us to find and treat any emerging health issues before they become problematic, and check on your pet’s diet to ensure they’re getting enough daily nutrients.
Parasites can be deadly for an animal of any size if left untreated. Prevention provides the best protection, which is why we provide a 12-month supply of flea, tick, and heartworm prevention medication with every Wellness Plan.
If your pet does become infected, our fecal exam and heartworm test are designed to catch these life-threatening conditions, which are often undetectable until your pet gets seriously ill.
The gradual onset of health problems in an apparently healthy pet often goes unnoticed. Once symptoms appear, the condition may be too difficult or costly to diagnose and treat.
At least once or perhaps twice a year, your pet should have a complete physical examination. Why? Your pet's lifespan is shorter than ours.
Age is not a disease. However, as your pet ages, there are many conditions that can be completely reversed or controlled for extended periods of time... if diagnosed early.
A lot can happen in 12 months and routine prevent care is the key to long term health in pets, just like it is in humans.