Red Bank Veterinary Hospital

3838 Red Bank Road
Cincinnati, OH 45227

(513)272-1395

www.rbvh.com

Red Bank Veterinary Hospital is proud to offer a low cost option for keeping your pet up-to-date on vaccines and routine care. Complete vaccine packages are offered for both dogs and cats.

Registered Veterinary Technicians will be administering the vaccines. If you have concerns about your pet, or if your pet is ill, including skin conditions, ear and eye infections, limping, vomiting or diarrhea, etc. please schedule an appointment with one of the doctors.

Vaccine Clinics are held twice a month from 8 am to 12 pm. They are on a walk-in, first come/first served basis.

Vaccine Packages - Combo Packs have 20% savings over Al La Carte Pricing          

Healthy Dog Plus Combo Pack $140.21 Save $35.05 over Al La Carte Pricing of $175.26 Includes: Fecal exam for intestinal parasites, Heartworm Test, Healthy Pet Bloodwork (Chem 21/CBC for internal organ function), Dhlpp 5 way (Distemper, Hepatitis, Lepto, Parainfluenza & Parvo), Bordetella Vaccine (Kennel Cough), Rabies Vaccine, and Virbantal (dewormer for roundworms, hookworms and tapeworms).

Healthy Dog Combo Pack $116.91 Save $29.23 over Al La Carte Pricing of $146.14 Includes: Fecal exam for intestinal parasites, Heartworm Test, Dhlpp 5 way (Distemper, Hepatitis, Lepto, Parainfluenza & Parvo), Bordetella Vaccine (Kennel Cough), Rabies Vaccine, and Virbantal (dewormer for roundworms, hookworms and tapeworms).

Adolescent Dog Combo Pack $84.84 Save $21.21 over Al La Carte Pricing of $106.05 Includes: Fecal Exam for intestinal parasites, Dhlpp 5 way (Distemper, Hepatitis, Lepto, Parainfluenza & Parvo), Bordetella Vaccine (Kennel Cough), Rabies Vaccine, Single Dose Interceptor (Monthly Heartworm Prevention),  Virbantal (dewormer for roundworms, hookworms and tapeworms).

Primary Puppy Combo Pack $65.17 Save 16.29 over Al La Carte Pricing of $81.46 Includes: Fecal Exam for intestinal Parasites, Strongid (deworming for roundworms and hookworms), Dhpp 4 way (Distemper, Hepatitis, Parainfluenza & Parvo), Bordetella Vaccine (Kennel Cough), Single dose Interceptor (monthly heartworm prevention).

Healthy Cat Plus Combo Pack $128.45 Save $32.11 over Al La Carte Pricing of $160.56 Includes: Fecal Exam for intestinal parasites, Healthy Pet Bloodwork (CBC/Chem21 for internal organ function), 3 way PRC (Feline Respiratory Complex & Distemper), Rabies Vaccine, Drontal (Broad Spectrum Dewormer).

Healthy Cat Combo Pack $86.70 Save $21.67 over Al La Carte Pricing of $108.37 Includes: Fecal Exam for intestinal parasites, 3 way PRC (Feline Respiratory Complex & Distemper), Feline Leukemia Vaccine, Rabies Vaccine, Drontal (Broad Spectrum Dewormer).

Adolescent Cat Combo Pack $113.00 Save $28.25 over Al La Carte Pricing of $141.25 Includes: Fecal Exam for intestinal parasites, Strongid (deworming for roundworms and hookworms), 3 way PRC (Feline Respiratory Complex & Distemper), Rabies Vaccine, Felv/FIV Combo Test, Single dose Revolution (Monthly Flea, Tick, Heartworm, & Ear mite Prevention).

Primary Kitten Combo Pack $87.83 Save $21.96 over Al La Carte Pricing of $109.79 Includes: Fecal Exam for intestinal parasites, Strongid (deworming for roundworms and hookworms), Felv/FIV Combo Test, 3 way PRC (Feline Respiratory Complex & Distemper), Single dose Revolution (Monthly Flea, Tick, Heartworm, & Ear mite prevention).

Why Test for Heartworm Disease? In general clinics in this area of Ohio report 6 - 25 cases per year, and up to 40% of dogs who live outside and are not on prevention may have the disease. Heartworm disease is a serious and potentially fatal condition caused by parasitic worms living in the arteries of the lungs and occasionally the right side of the heart of dogs, cats and other species of mammals, including wolves, foxes, ferrets, sea lions and (in rare instances) humans. Dogs and cats of any age or breed are susceptible to infection. Heartworm infection in apparently healthy animals is usually detected with blood tests for a heartworm substance called an "antigen" or microfilariae, although neither test is consistently positive until about seven months after infection has occurred.

Heartworm prevention should be given monthly year round to prevent Heartworm disease.

Why Test for FeLV/FIV (Feline Leukemia and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus)? Cats should be tested whenever they are sick, regardless of age, negative results of previous FELV tests, and FELV vaccination status. They should also be tested when they are about to be adopted, regardless of age as well as before introducing a new cat into a multiple-cat household to prevent exposing resident cats.

FeLV and FIV infection may have future healthy ramifications, even if the cats do not presently have any signs of the disease.  FeLV infection has been associated with a wide variety of diseases including, but not limited to, anemia, neoplasia, and disorders associated with immune dysfunction. Although infection may influence patient management and prognosis, treatment decisions should not be made solely on the basis of whether a cat is infected.

Why Vaccinate your Dog for Leptospirosis? Leptospirosis is caused by a spirochaete bacterium called Leptospira spp. that has at least 5 different seroars of importance in the U.S. causing disease (licterohaemorrhagiae, Ganicola, Pomona, Gripptoyphosa, and Bratislava). Leptospirosis is transmitted by the urine of an infected animal, and is contagious as long as it is still moist.  Although rats, mice and moles are important hosts, a wide range of other mammals including dogs, deer, rabbits, hedgehogs, cows, sheep, raccoons, possums, skunks, and even certain marine mammals are also able to carry and transmit the disease as secondary hosts. Dogs may lick the urine of an infected animal off the grass or soil, or drink from an infected puddle. Dogs that catch, mice, rats, raccoons, possums and rabbits are at greater risk. There have also been reports of "house dogs" contracting leptospirosis apparently from licking the urine of infected mice that enter the house. There is a direct correlation between the amount of rainfall and the incidence of leptospirosis.

Why get pre-emptive bloodwork (Healthy Pet CBC/Chem 21)? A Chem 21 gives us a look inside patients at their internal organ function. The heart, liver, kidneys and endocrine systems are all evaluated via this blood test. A CBC provides information on a cellular level looking for infection we may not see form a general physical exam, it also checks for anemia and tells us if the body is producing enough red and white blood cells. These tests are good early indicators of cancer, diabetes, cushings, liver disease, kidney disease, hyperthyroid and hypothyroid. By doing these tests (yearly on animals under 8 years old and twice yearly on animals over 8) we are not only able to catch problems sooner and get treatment sooner but to also prolong the life of our beloved friends.