We offer a full range of veterinarian services to keep your pet healthy through out their life

     Wellness Checks      Surgical Procedures     Parasite Prevention

     Micro chipping          Nutritional Care       Vaccinations       X-rays 


Northside Animal Hospital offers a Wellness Program with a focus on preventative medicine based on your pet’s specific life-stage. Each pet will be assessed individually, looking at factors such as their age, species, breed, and environment. Our recommendations for prevention, nutrition, and diagnostic work-ups will be specific for your pet to help keep them healthy.

Our goal is to help educate you on procedures and medications that will benefit your pet.

The key to Northside Animal Hospital’s Wellness Program are regular health examinations. When you bring your pet in every 6 months he or she will receive a physical exam and our recommendations for vaccines and age appropriate diagnostics (such as parasite testing and blood work) which help screen for early signs of disease.

Pet Vaccinations –Why is it important to Vaccinate

Today it is much easier to protect our companions from serious or even deadly diseases with the high-quality vaccines that are available to veterinarians. When a vaccine is given, it triggers an immune response that helps your pet fight infections or may completely prevent a disease. In many states, vaccines such as rabies, are required by law – due to the fact that rabies is a disease that can be spread from animals to people and can be fatal.

Vaccination Timeline

At Northside Animal Hospital, we will evaluate your pet and depending on their age, health, size and risk of exposure – we will discuss and develop a vaccine schedule to keep your pet healthy.

New puppies and pets that do not have a history of vaccination may need several vaccines to bring them up to date. By vaccinating, it helps protect your pet and your family from infections and illness. The cost of vaccinating is part of keeping your pet healthy – it is also much less expensive and less stressful than treating a serious disease.

Vaccine Protocols from the AAHA (American Animal Hospital Association) and AAFP (American Association of Feline Practitioners)

At your pet’s wellness visit, we will discuss vaccine options to keep them healthy. Here is a list of vaccines we may recommend.

Puppy Vaccines may include:

Distemper/Hepatitis/Parainfluenza (DHPP), Rabies and Leptospirosis

Dog Vaccines may include:

DDHP, Rabies, Leptospirosis, Bordetella (kennel cough)

Cat and Kitten Vaccines that maybe recommended:

Feline distemper/upper respiratory (FVRCP), Rabies and Feline leukemia (FeLy)


If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Northside Animal Hospital