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Wellness Care

Our ultimate goal with wellness care is to protect your pet from many of the dangers he or she will encounter throughout the years. This is done by developing a customized plan for vaccinations.

Other preventative measures include nutrition, weight management, parasite control, and behavioral advice.

We want to help your pet maintain a strong immune system and remain as healthy and fit as possible. In turn, this will improve his or her overall life and longevity.

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Early Disease Detection

Wellness care also involves ongoing health management through early disease detection.

When we are able to examine your pet on a regular basis, we are able to recognize the signs of potential medical concerns as soon as they occur. Identifying, diagnosing and treating illness as early as possible can mean more happy, healthy years you get to spend together. We know this is your ultimate goal and its something we strive for as well.

For optimum results, we recommend that healthy adult dogs and cats visit with us at least once a year.

Puppies, kittens, senior pets and those with existing health issues typically require more frequent checkups. We'll work with you to create an individualized wellness program, including a customized preventative care protocol that is tailored specifically to your pet.

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Responsible Vaccinations

At Harmony Animal Hospital we offer TITER testing for our vaccinated pets.

In recent times, overzealous vaccinations of our pets has raised suspicions that we are creating vulnerability to illnesses and chronic conditions such as anemia, arthritis, seizures, allergies, gastrointestinal and thyroid disorders, and cancer.

The term “titer” refers to the strength or concentration of a substance in a solution. When testing vaccine titers in dogs, our veterinarians take a blood sample from your dog and have the blood tested for the presence and strength of the dog’s immunological response to both parvovirus and distemper viral disease. If your dog demonstrates satisfactory levels of vaccine titers, your dog is considered sufficiently immune to the disease, or possessing good “immunologic memory,”and not in need of further vaccination against the disease at that time.

By “titering” annually, our dog owner can assess whether their dog’s immuneresponse has fallen below adequate levels. In that event, an appropriate vaccine booster can be administered.

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Harmony Animal Hospital
7211 Vanderbilt Beach Road
Suite 13
Naples, FL 34119
(239) 384-9934

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MON:  9:00 am - 9:00 pm
TUE:  9:00 am - 9:00 pm
WED:  9:00 am - 9:00 pm
THU:  9:00 am - 9:00 pm
FRI:  9:00 am - 9:00 pm
SAT:  9:00 am - 5:00 pm
SUN:  closed

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