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INTRODUCING BOOSTERPET

Updated: May 29

In need of veterinary care? It can be difficult to find, so we are bringing the vet to you! Good Dog has partnered with BoosterPet, a premier mobile veterinary service, to give you easy access to quality pet healthcare. BoosterPet is a full-service veterinary provider with a focus on wellness exams, vaccines, and parasite prevention. Questions and concerns are welcome! They love consulting on all aspects of your pet's health and have a fully stocked pharmacy and lab services.

BoosterPet will be at Good Dog monthly with their first visit taking place on Sunday, June 27, 2021, from 1:00 to 2:30 p.m. and you have two options to utilize them:

  • Bring your dog or cat to Good Dog during this time, no appointment necessary! Look for the BoosterPet van and tent.

  • If your dog is already scheduled to be at Good Dog for daycare or boarding on June 27, they can be seen by the BoosterPet team during their stay. The vet team will arrange a video or audio call with you to discuss exam findings and recommendations at no additional charge. Why not book them a playday and have wellness services taken care of?

There are several pricing options, including packages and ala carte services.

  • If your dog is due for their annual exam, we recommend the Adult Wellness Package for dogs, which includes an exam, the Rabies, Distemper/Parvo, Leptospirosis, and Bordetella (kennel cough) vaccines, a heartworm test, and dewormer!

  • Note: We see cats, too! Fun for the whole family!


Visit our website for more information, email info@boosterpet.com, and check us out on Facebook and Instagram. We hope you take advantage of this accessible, affordable pet healthcare!


HOT TIP from BoosterPet's veterinarian, Dr. Kobi Johnson

I love a dog that gets out and plays, whether at a daycare, on the trail, or in their own backyard! Parasite prevention and yearly fecal exams are more important than ever; however, and our pets need protection to make playtime safe. The most problematic parasites West of the Cascades are fleas, ticks, and intestinal parasites such as roundworm, hookworm, and giardia. Living in a moist, temperate area with dense pet and wildlife populations creates a hospitable environment where these parasites can flourish. Even Heartworm Disease is gaining traction here. Historically considered a disease endemic to Southern parts of the country, global climate shifts, natural disasters, and canine migration though rescue efforts have pushed this problem farther North and West. In 2020, Washington State reported 733 positives cases of Heartworm in dogs, up from 466 cases in 2019. As of April 2021, 183 cases have already been reported. Yikes!


Because parasites live partially in the environment and partially in or on our pets, it is important to consider both the environmental and societal conditions that allow certain parasites to thrive, such as climate, moisture, migration, population density, pet density, and presence of rodents and wildlife. BoosterPet makes obtaining parasite prevention and testing easy and affordable; pets can leave our mobile clinics with complete protection.


We also recommend www.petsandparasites.org and www.capcvet.org which both have an interactive map that details parasite risk based on species, parasite, and location.

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