What We Offer
At Star Veterinary Clinic, you can trust that your pets are in great hands. Our compassionate, skillful veterinary staff are here to help when you need us most. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Pet Veterinary Services
We’re committed to giving your pets extraordinary care whenever and wherever they need it. Partner with one of our veterinarians today to begin proactively monitoring the health and wellness of the pets you love. We stay on top of the latest advances in veterinarian technology and remember that all animals and pets must be treated with love and compassion.
Pet Wellness Exams
Pet Hospice & Euthanasia Care
Our compassionate team of professionals is with your pet until the end. When the time does come for passing, we provide euthanasia and hospice care as needed for your pet…
Pet Pain Management
Pet vaccines fall into two categories: core and non-core. Core vaccines are vaccines that are recommended for every pet. Non-core vaccines are vaccines that may be recommended…
Puppy & Kitten Care
You will want to have your new puppy & kitten examined by a veterinarian to ensure that it has no major health problems and is started on a program of preventive care…
Pet Senior Care
Pet Fully Stocked Pharmacy
Complete in-house medication solutions for your convenience and peace of mind. We’ve got your medication needs covered!..
Pet House Calls
Ever thought about micro-chipping your pet? There are many benefits to this simple procedure, including lost pet alerts…
Pet Parasite Care & Control
Our goal is to prevent your pet from ever having to fight a parasite in the first place…
Pet Radiology (X-Rays)
We have the most up-to-date equipment to provide radiology services for your pet…
Frequently Asked Questions
What does a vaccine schedule entail?
Cats – You will want to have your new kitten examined by a veterinarian to ensure that it has no major health problems and is started on a program of preventive care. Your kitten will need a series of vaccinations that are usually given at 3 week intervals from approximately 6 to 15 weeks of age. At 15-16 weeks old, the kitten can receive its rabies vaccination. Kittens should be checked for intestinal parasites (2 stool samples 3 weeks apart), fleas, and ear mites and appropriate medications given for these problems. The veterinarian may also recommend a preventative for heartworm disease, which is more commonly associated with dogs, but can also affect cats.