Cat & Dog Exams in Searcy, AR

At Liles Animal Clinic, we believe in the importance of preventative care, including cat and dog exams, to keep your best friend safe and healthy for years to come. After all, preventing health problems is more cost-effective and better for your pet’s health than treating problems after they have already occurred. With annual or semi-annual checkups, we can assess your pet’s health, check for internal issues with blood and fecal testing, and update their vaccinations so they continue to stay protected from a variety of illnesses.

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Get started on your pet’s preventative care today by calling (501) 268-5381 or make an appointment online today!

Preventative Care Services We Offer in Addition to Pet Exams

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Pet exams for dogs and cats are a major part of the annual health visit, there are other services our veterinarian in Searcy, AR, provides that are just as essential to your pet’s wellness, including:

  • Diagnostics, as needed (complete blood count and chemistry profiles)
  • Flea, tick, and heartworm preventative products(we offer the safest and most effective products on the market)
  • Intestinal parasite screenings
  • Heartworm screenings
  • Life stage care
  • Twice annual wellness check-ups during which we do a complete full body examination of your pet to ensure your pet is healthy
  • Skin scrapings to screen for mange mites (if needed)
  • Vaccines

Parasite Prevention in Searcy, AR, is Important for Pets

Dogs and cats both benefit from year-round parasite prevention. In addition to heartworm disease, there are several tick-borne illnesses that your pet can become infected with, if not kept up to date on their preventative. Ehrlichia is the most common tick-borne illness in this area and can cause a variety of issues.

There are also various zoonotic diseases that can affect you and your pet as well, including Rabies, Leptospirosis, Hookworms, Roundworms, and other Intestinal Parasites. If your pet becomes infected with a zoonotic illness, they might pass it on to you or another family member.

Heartworm disease, Ehrlichia, Leptospirosis, and Rabies can be life-threatening. Make sure your companion stays protected year-round from both external and internal threats!