Urgent Care

Healthcare Plans for Puppies + Kittens

Welcoming a new pet into your family is one of the joys of being a veterinarian! At Lighthouse Animal Hospital, we follow the American Animal Hospital Association guidelines for puppy and kitten vaccinations, starting them around 6-8 weeks with basic core vaccines and fecal parasite checks every 2-3 weeks until 16-18 weeks old. Routine de-worming and education about both heartworm and flea/tick prevention is part of every puppy/kitten visit, and we provide a New Pet Kit to keep all of your information together. Each animal’s individual vaccine needs are discussed prior to administration, so that we can custom-fit the vaccine needs to the pet’s lifestyle and exposure. Microchipping is available, and often recommended during sterilization surgery to minimize discomfort.

  • Puppy and kitten vaccine protocols, custom-fit to each patient’s needs
  • New Pet Kit, including starter doses of heartworm prevention and flea/tick prevention
  • Complimentary de-worming at initial visit, with education at each visit to help foster a good relationship for a lifetime!

Give Us a Call

The traditional role of a health care provider in a community is to provide easy access to quality care. This is our main mission. It is very Important. We are focused on getting an animal and its owner in front of a veterinarian as soon as possible.
(561) 284-9225

Our Veterinarians

Mary Hauser, DVM
Mary Hauser, DVM
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Hauser graduated from the University of Florida’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2004

Leanne Browne Feldman, DVM
Leanne Browne Feldman, DVM
Owner, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Browne graduated from the University of Florida’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2004.

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