Pet Preventative Care in Altamonte Springs, FL

For your pet to continue living a long life, we at Spring Run Veterinary Hospital provide our preventative treatments.

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Pet Preventative Care

We ensure your dog or cat’s health by performing a thorough examination every year, staying up to date on vaccines, and ensuring your pet receives monthly preventative medications year-round, life-long.

Pet Preventative Care

At Spring Run Veterinary Hospital, we believe that disease prevention is far more effective than disease treatment. Every patient is an individual with their own set of circumstances that may help us determine what their specific preventative care needs are. Breed, age, lifestyle, health status, diet, reproductive status, and even the accompanying human preference are all factors to consider. We believe that medicine is not a one-size-fits-all endeavor. As a result, each patient will receive a customized approach to meet his or her preventative care requirements. We take a team approach, aiming to educate and empower you, our clients, to make the best decisions for your pets’ care based on a variety of factors.

Pet Vaccines
Blood work/Diagnostics
Puppy/Kitten care
Senior Pet care

Cat & Dog Vaccinations

At Spring Run Veterinary Hospital, we take great pride in providing each of our patients with exceptional individualized care. Our main objective is to prolong the happiness and health of your pet so that you can share many years of happiness together. We emphasize the value of preventative treatment, which includes vaccinations for cats and dogs, because of this.

Why should I vaccinate my pet?

Having your pet fully vaccinated is essential if you want to keep them in the best possible health. Vaccines are intended to provide your pet with an extra layer of defense against diseases that they may encounter. It works like this: vaccines contain antigens that are structurally similar to disease-causing organisms. These antigens stimulate the immune system of your pet, causing a mild immune response. That means that if your pet is exposed to the disease later in life, his or her immune system will be better prepared to recognize and combat the invader.

Pet Diagnostics

We rely on veterinary diagnostics because our pets cannot communicate with us. We can conduct an in-depth evaluation of your pet's health, both externally and internally, thanks to these tools and technologies. We are better able to diagnose and treat health problems in your pet's case if we have a complete picture of his or her health. A quicker diagnosis of illness and injury can vastly improve your companion's chances of a positive outcome. We provide a full range of diagnostic care services to expedite and simplify this process.


Our doctors will recommend bloodwork to better evaluate your pet's organ functions in cases of illness, wellness/preventative care visits, and prior to surgery. The most common tests are CBC and Biochemistry. Biochemistry will provide values that reflect a variety of systems, such as kidney and liver function, blood glucose, and electrolytes. The CBC will provide values that will help you determine if you have anaemia or inflammation. More specific tests, such as thyroid levels, ACTH stimulation, or a GI panel, may be performed in some cases. There are numerous options available to aid in disease diagnosis and management, and your doctor will explain in detail what each test provides and what the results indicate.

Puppy & Kitten Care

Congratulations! Adding a new puppy or kitten to your family is an exciting event that will provide you with many fulfilling years of special companionship. Puppies and kittens, on the other hand, come with a lot of responsibility, which is why Spring Run Veterinary Hospital is here to help you care for your new addition to the family.

It's also critical to bring your puppy or kitten in for a full nose-to-tail exam and to familiarise them with our veterinary hospital from an early age. Vaccinations, nutrition, behavioral training, socialization, and other topics are all important to be aware of and discuss. Contact us today, and we will provide you with all of the information you require to care for your puppy or kitten! We are overjoyed that you have found another member of your family and cannot wait to meet them!

Senior Pet Care

Spring Run Veterinary Hospital provides comprehensive care for your pet at all stages of life. Because pets age faster than humans, it's easy to overlook the fact that they can be considered seniors after only seven years. And, as they get older, their health needs change in unexpected ways that necessitate careful consideration.

We will collaborate with you to create a health plan that is tailored to your senior pet's specific needs. Nutrition, exercise, and regular exams to prevent common problems are all ways to keep your senior pet healthy. As a pet owner, you want to ensure that your pet has the best possible quality of life as they age. They may even have more time to spend with you and your family if they are properly cared for, so educating pet owners on proper senior care is critical.

Veterinary Services

Below are all of the veterinary services we offer at Spring Run Veterinary Hospital. If you have any questions regarding our services, please feel free to call us.