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Vaccinations are vital in preventing many diseases. CVVH follows the vaccine protocols established by the American Veterinary Medical Association and American Animal Health Association. Because not all pets need every vaccine, a patient’s risk is evaluated on an individual basis.
Microchips can make the difference for a lost pet being re-united with his family. CVVH uses the RES-Q microchip, it has international ISO scanning recognition and the clients information can be changed with no additional fee. The microchip and implantation is $48.50, registration either by phone or on-line is included.