Location & Hours
1676 Viewpond Dr. SE 
Suite 2
Kentwood, MI 49508
By Appointment Only

Tuesday-Thursday
9:30 am - 5:00 pm
 

Community Well Pet Clinic Services

C-SNIP offers high-quality, reduced-cost wellness services to dog and cat owners in West Michigan. Our services are targeted to those who are unable to access or afford traditional veterinary care. It is our goal through our spay/neuter clinics and the new Community Well Pet Clinic that your dog or cat will remain healthy, happy, and with you as member of your family.   Below is a list of our initial menu of services & prices. If you have a need for this type of veterinary care, please call or go online to schedule your appointment as soon as possible as we know that appointment spots will go fast.

C-SNIP also offers limited vaccinations and additional services at the time of spay/neuter surgery at our spay/neuter clinics.

How to make an appointment at C-SNIP 
As a way to streamline our scheduling, online requests is our primary way to schedule appointments. Due to the high volume of calls, we are only able to book out 1-2 weeks and our schedule is limited.  New appointments will be made available every Monday at 7:45am on our website.  We are expecting extremely high demand so please be patient.

Our medical team has put together packages to ensure you get the BEST VALUE for your pet. Please take a moment to review the cat & dog vaccine packages. Single services may be added on to any package or sold individually. If purchased individually, a $10 Physical Exam fee will be charged.  

Cat Vaccine Packages

 

Community Well Pet Clinic Services

Dog & Cat Single Services

Community Well Pet Clinic Cat & Dogs Single Services
(Physical Exam is REQUIRED for any single services, except for boosters in the appropriate time frame for a previous CWPC or C-SNIP surgical patient.)

C-SNIP uses 911 Microchips. Microchipping offers pet owners the only truly permanent method of identifying your pet and linking the animal back to you, the owner. If you want to improve your pet’s chances of getting home in a lost pet emergency – microchipping is your best option.  Animal microchips are about the size of a grain of rice and are typically implanted just beneath the skin between the shoulder blades by a veterinarian or a trained member of an animal welfare organization. You will need to register the microchip online with your contact information and keep it updated.

Physical Exam (REQUIRED for any single services, except for boosters in the appropriate time frame for a previous CWPC or C-SNIP surgical patient.

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This vaccine is recommended for any dog or cat over three months (pets over 12 weeks). Rabies is the only vaccine required by law for dogs. Even indoor cats should be vaccinated against the Rabies virus.

Cat ONLY Single Services

The feline distemper vaccination protects your cat against three common viruses including Panleukopenia, Calici, and Rhinotracheitis. These are respiratory and intestinal viruses that can be life-threatening if your cat contracts them. This vaccine will need to be boostered initially in 3- 4 weeks, then once a year.

A retrovirus that infects only cats. FeLV can be transmitted from infected cats when the transfer of saliva or nasal secretions is involved. The virus weakens the cat's immune system which can lead to diseases that can be lethal. New cats or kittens over eight weeks of age should be tested for the virus before being introduced to a multi-cat household. For indoor-only cats, the risk of contracting FeLV is very low. Recommended for outdoor cats

A retrovirus that infects only cats. FeLV can be transmitted from infected cats when the transfer of saliva or nasal secretions is involved. The virus weakens the cat's immune system which can lead to diseases that can be lethal. New cats or kittens over eight weeks of age should be tested for the virus before being introduced to a multi-cat household. For indoor-only cats, the risk of contracting FeLV is very low. Recommended for outdoor cats.

This vaccine will need to be boostered initially in 3-4 weeks, then once per year.

Topical monthly flea and tick prevention for cats.

Dog Vaccine Packages

Dog ONLY Single Services

Also referred to as DHPP, the canine distemper vaccine protects your dog against four common viruses including Parvo, Distemper, Parainfluenza, and Adenovirus. These are respiratory and intestinal viruses that can be life-threatening if your dog contracts them.  This vaccine will need to be boosted initially in 3 – 4 weeks, then once a year.

This vaccine protects your dog against some strains of kennel cough, a highly contagious cough often prevalent in areas where dogs congregate. If your dog will be at a veterinary clinic, dog park,  grooming or boarding facility, this vaccination is recommended and may be required in certain situations. It will need to be boostered once a year to make sure your dog is protected.

Heartworms are transmitted by mosquitoes and, once mature, they live in the heart and large blood vessels of the lungs. A dog must be tested for heartworms before they can receive heartworm prevention medications. Heartworms are very prevalent in Michigan. Tests must be done yearly. 

 

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Canine influenza is caused by varieties of influenzavirus Because of the lack of previous exposure to this virus, dogs have no natural immunity to it. It is highly contagious and easily spread from infected dogs to other dogs by direct contact, nasal secretions (through barking, coughing or sneezing), contaminated objects (kennel surfaces, food and water bowls, collars and leashes), and by people moving between infected and uninfected dogs. Recommended for dogs at risk of exposure due to their increased exposure to other dogs – such as boarding, attending social events with dogs present, and visiting dog parks.

This vaccine will need to be boostered initially in 3-4 weeks, then once per year.

A bacterial disease spread through the urine of infected animals. Humans can get leptospirosis through direct contact with urine from infected animals or through water, soil, or food contaminated with their urine. It is most common in warm climates. Puppies who are at risk of contracting leptospirosis can receive their first lepto shot as early as 8-9 weeks of age, but many experts recommend waiting until 12 weeks of age. Without treatment, leptospirosis can lead to kidney and liver damage and even death.

This vaccine will need to be boostered initially in 3-4 weeks, then once per year.

A deer tick-borne illness. Once in the bloodstream, the bacteria can travel to different parts of the body and cause problems in specific organs or locations, such as joints, as well as overall illness. Dogs that spend more time outside or are regularly exposed to wooded areas are at higher risk of exposure. Lyme disease cannot be transmitted from one pet to another, nor from pets to humans. Flea/tick prevention without lapses can be enough to prevent this disease. Avoid for dogs with kidney damage.

This vaccines will need to be boostered initially in 3-4 weeks, then once per year.

Topical monthly flea and tick prevention for dogs. Dose varies by animal weight.