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Silverlake Animal Hospital

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10015 Broadway, Suite G
Pearland, TX 77584
Phone: 713-436-9400
Fax: 713-436-3598

Office Hours

DayMorningAfternoon
Monday7:00 - 12:001:00 - 6:00
Tuesday7:006:00
Wednesday7:006:00
Thursday7:006:00
Friday7:006:00
Saturday7:30 - 12:00Closed
SundayClosedClosed
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Senior Cat Years

Senior cats can be susceptible to severe dental disease that can play a major role in overall health and kidney function later on in life. Early preventative health care can add years to the cat’s life.

Year Seven and Over:

· Exam

· Rabies – 1 year (non adjuvant)

· FVRCP/FeLV 3 year for cats with outdoor exposure

o OR

· FVRCP 3 year for indoor ONLY cats

· Fecal – one per household (outdoor only cats must get their own fecal)

· Advantage Multi (heartworm, flea, intestinal parasite)

o Senior Blood Screening Test “Wellness Screen” includes:

§ T4, Urinalysis, 25 Chemistry panel, Complete Blood Count

o Blood Pressure

o Chest x-rays

Veterinarians depend on laboratory results to help them understand the status of your pet’s health. When your pet is healthy, laboratory tests provide a means to determine your pet’s “baseline” values. When your pet is sick, the veterinarian can more easily determine whether or not your pet’s lab values are abnormal by comparing the baseline values to the current values.

Complete Blood Count - This common test measures the number of red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets in a given sample of blood. The numbers and types of these cells give the veterinarian information needed to help diagnose anemia, infections and leukemia.

Urinalysis -- Laboratory analysis of urine is a tool used to detect the presence of one or more specific substances that normally do not appear in urine, such as protein, sugar, white blood cells or blood. A measurement of the dilution or concentration of urine is also helpful in diagnosing diseases. Urinalysis can assist the veterinarian in the diagnosis of urinary-tract infections, diabetes, dehydration, kidney problems and many other conditions.

Blood-Chemistry Panel -- Blood-chemistry panels measure electrolytes, enzymes and chemical elements such as calcium and phosphorous. This information helps your veterinarian determine how various organs, such as the kidneys, pancreas, and liver, are currently functioning.

*If pet is showing symptoms other diagnostic tests may be recommended

New Patients Receive $15 Off First Exam. Free month of heartworm prevention with first puppy visit!!

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Services

Services We strive to provide complete care for our patients. Learn more about all the services we provide. Make An Appointment We will do our best to accommodate your busy schedule. Schedule an appointment today! Online Forms Our patient forms are available online so they can be completed in the convenience of your own home or office.

Pet Portal

Need vaccine history for boarding or grooming appointment? Curious about your pet's last bloodwork results? You can access that an so much more from your pet's personal Petly page! Complimentary from us to you, just our way of thanking you for being our client and making your life a little easier.

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Office Hours

DayMorningAfternoon
Monday7:00 - 12:001:00 - 6:00
Tuesday7:006:00
Wednesday7:006:00
Thursday7:006:00
Friday7:006:00
Saturday7:30 - 12:00Closed
SundayClosedClosed

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