Preventative Care

How can I provide the best preventative care for my pet? 

Our pets are our best friends. We should go above and beyond for them. Pets age faster than humans do, so staying on top of your pet’s health is of utmost importance.

At Surfside, we believe in early screening, prevention and treatment of any particular disease.  If we can achieve early control before crisis happens it will decrease the rate of progression of the disease.  This will also help decrease more costly procedures to be done in times of emergency, and we all know that saving a little money here and there could be of tremendous help.

With that in mind, wellness programs were developed and designed depending on your pet’s age.


Canine Wellness Programs:

**It is important to note that all of our wellness plans include unlimited office visits and nail trims at no extra cost and 10% off all of our products and services for an entire year. Vaccinations will be tailored to each individual pet.

Canine Basic Adult Wellness Program

This plan includes the following:

  • Comprehensive Physical Exam
  • (1) Rabies Vaccine *1 or 3 Year
  • (2) Intestinal Parasite Screening
  • (1) Heartworm Test
  • (1) Distemper / Parvovirus Vaccine *1 or 3 year
  • (1) Urinalysis + Sedimentation Exam
  • (2) Bordetella Vaccine
  • (1) Lyme’s Vaccine
  • 6 Month Physical Exam
  • (1) Leptospirosis Vaccine
  • (1) Canine Influenza Vaccine
  • Bloodwork- CBC/ Superchem Panel

Canine Adult Premier Wellness Program

This plan includes the following:

  • Comprehensive Physical Exam
  • (1) Rabies Vaccine *1 or 3 Year
  • (2) Intestinal Parasite Screening
  • (1) Heartworm Test
  • (1) Distemper / Parvovirus Vaccine *1 or 3 Year
  • (1) Urinalysis + Sedimentation Exam
  • (2) Bordetella Vaccine
  • (1) Lyme’s Vaccination
  • 6 Month Physical Exam
  • (1) Leptospirosis Vaccine
  • (1) Canine Influenza Vaccine
  • (1) CBC / CHEM / Thyroid Screening (T4)
  • Dental Prophylaxis, Including:
    1. Preoperative 6 Panel Bloodwork
    2. Preanesthesia EKG
    3. Anesthesia / Fluids
    4. Dental Scaling/Polishing
    5. Oravet Barrier Tooth Sealant

Canine Senior Wellness Program

This plan will include all of the items in the Canine Adult Premier Wellness Program, plus:

  • 2 View Radiograph and Interpretation

Feline Wellness Programs:

**It is important to note that all of our wellness plans include unlimited office visits and nail trims at no extra cost and 10% off all of our products and services for an entire year. Vaccinations will be tailored to each individual pet.

Feline Basic Adult Wellness Program

This plan includes the following:

  • Comprehensive Physical Exams
  • (1) Rabies Vaccine *1 or 3 year
  • (1) Feline Distemper (FVRCP)
  • (1) Feline Leukemia Vaccine
  • (2) Intestinal Parasite Screening
  • (1) Urinalysis + Sedimentation
  • Bloodwork- CBC/ Superchem Panel
  • 6 Month Physical Exam
  • (2) Pyrantel Dewormings

Feline Adult Premier Wellness Program

This plan includes all of the items in the Feline Basic Adult Wellness Program, plus:

  • (1) Thyroid Screening (T4)
  • (1) Heartworm Anti-body Testing
  • Dental Prophylaxis
    1. Preoperative 6 Panel Bloodwork
    2. Preanesthesia EKG
    3. Anesthesia / Fluids
    4. Dental Scaling/Polishing
    5. Oravet Barrier Tooth Sealant

Feline Senior Wellness Program

This wellness plan will include all of the items in the Feline Adult Premier Wellness Program, plus:

  • 2 View Radiograph and Interpretation

Please give us a call with any questions or pricing, at (772) 219-8022.

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Monday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-1:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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  • "Surfside is considerd to be my family and friends. Trust and a genuine heart fills the entire staff. Professional expertise has kept my fur kids healthy and very happy....Thank you for all you've done & continue to do....Kindest regards!"
    Cynthia Rayment Stuart, FL

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