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For after hours emergencies, please contact: 

Small Animal Emergency Clinic 

5127 Canyon Drive

Amarillo, TX 79110

(806) 352-2277

Urgent Care at SAC

3102 45th Ave.

STE 150

806.355.9445

SAC at Hillside

6204 Hillside Rd. STE 1000

806.803.9105

SAC at 45th

3102 45th Ave.

STE 100

806.355.9443

MONDAY - FRIDAY

5:00PM-9:15PM

Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed

MONDAY - FRIDAY

7:00AM-7:00PM

Saturday: 8:00AM-5:00PM

Sunday: Closed

MONDAY - FRIDAY

7:00AM-7:00PM

Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed

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Services

Puppy and Kitten 

Health

The initial examination that your puppy or kitten receives from your veterinarian is critical to its well-being and long-term health. Your doctor will pay particular attention to the proper growth and development of the eyes, ears, teeth and enamel, skin and nails, and internal organs. Each youngster will be checked for hereditary or nutritional deficits and the absence of external parasites.
 

Puppies and kittens receive natural immunity against many diseases within the first few hours of life from their mother's milk, the colostrum, but this protection is short-lived. Your doctor will recommend a vaccination program that will protect your puppy or kitten against the many serious, life-threatening diseases to which young animals are susceptible.
 

Taking into account animal health care threats that may vary by local conditions, over the course of several visits you may expect your pup to be vaccinated against: distemper, hepatitis, kennel cough, parainfluenza, parvo virus and rabies.

Kittens are tested for viral diseases and vaccinated to prevent: Calicivirus, Chlamydia, Distemper, Leukemia, Rhinotracheitis and Rabies.
 

Laboratory tests to ensure your little friend is free of internal parasites (which also can be transmitted to humans) will be recommended.