Tailored Wellness Programs

Tailored Wellness Programs in Berks County, PA

Routine Preventative Care Customizable to Your Pet’s Needs

As a pet parent, you want your beloved animal to live as long as possible. One of the best ways to ensure a long, healthy life is with routine wellness checkups. At Wyomissing Animal Hospital, we are proud to offer wellness programs that are custom designed for pets of different ages. These programs target the specific needs of different age groups and provide your pets with preventative measures that will help them avoid potential illness and disease.

Our wellness programs include age-appropriate checkups, like making sure kittens are growing as they should or that senior dogs are checked for diabetes, cancer, and other diseases. If you have a kitten or a puppy, starting them off in a wellness program will allow us to establish a baseline of health we can refer to throughout their lifetime of care with us.

To learn more about our pet wellness programs in Berks County, Sinking Spring, and West Lawn, reach out to us today at (610) 850-9705.

Our Three Programs

We have three specially designed wellness programs:

Puppy and Kitten Wellness (The First Year of Life)

Your young dogs and cats deserve extra attention and care, and our Puppy and Kitten Wellness Programs provide the advice you need. Our veterinarians not only check your puppy or kitten to make sure he or she is growing right, but we share our best practices for raising healthy pets that live long healthful lives.

Junior Wellness (1 to 7 years of age)

For dogs and cats that are less than seven years of age, Junior Wellness provides our veterinarians with an important baseline set of results from key diagnostic tests. As time goes on, we compare new results with the old to uncover hidden changes in your pet’s health.

Senior Wellness (greater than 7 years of age)

Older pets need special tests and exams to catch age-related diseases such as diabetes, cancer, kidney disease, Cushing’s, and others. In addition to the detailed physical exam and urine testing, our veterinarians may also recommend an ultrasound, electrocardiograph (ECG), or radiographs (x-rays).

Proud to Be AAHA-Accredited

Wyomissing Animal Hospital is an American Animal Hospital Association-accredited hospital, which means our practice has been thoroughly evaluated on over 900 criteria and deemed a provider of outstanding pet care. This accreditation has only been awarded to about 17% of small animal care providers in the United States and Canada.

Learn more about us and then reach out to our Berks County veterinarians to schedule your next appointment!

We're Here For Your Pet

Why People Choose Us
  • AHAA Accredited Hospital
  • 20+ Years of Superior Care for Small Animals
  • Comprehensive Services for the Best Veterinary Care
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Words From Happy Pet Parents

  • “They knew exactly what she needed, showed her love and kindness and celebrated her success when she got better”

    - Kim C.
  • “Thank you Dr. Flannery for taking such good care of our Simon aka Grump”

    - Danyelle C.
  • “All the docs and techs we've seen have been great.”

    - Leslie M.