At Cherry Hill Animal Hospital, we have a wide range of services that will provide your beloved pet with a lifetime of veterinary care and support.

New Puppies & Kittens

Adding a new furry family member to your home?  Initial veterinary exams are very important to ensure that your pet is developing appropriately.  We will evaluate for common birth defects as well as discuss vaccinations, deworming, preventatives, diet, behavior, socialization, and training at your initial visit.  Prepare your new mom and dad questions ahead of time so you can leave the visit a confident pet parent!

Unfortunately, puppies and kittens are particularly susceptible to certain infectious diseases and illnesses that can progress rapidly, as they can dehydrate and become hypoglycemic more easily at this young age. It is important to keep an extra close eye on your new pet during these early stages. If your puppy or kitten is experiencing any of the following signs, have them evaluated as quickly as possible.

  • Excessive coughing, sneezing and nasal discharge
  • Acting sleepier than usual, hard to rouse
  • Not eating
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Worms in stool, vomit
  • Fleas
  • Seizure
  • Collapse



If you do not plan on breeding your new pet, you should consider having him or her spayed or neutered. Not only does spaying/neutering prevent unexpected pregnancies, but it also can help prevent certain behavioral problems as well as some harmful cancers and diseases. Conveniently, microchipping can be performed at the same time as a spay/neuter, saving you and your pet the hassle of an additional procedure down the line. Give us a call to learn more about if spaying/neutering is right for you and your pet.

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