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Up to 52% Off on Medical Check-Up at Brentwood Animal Hospital

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A licensed veterinarian examines your pet, afterward providing vaccinations upon request

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2 ratings1 reviews
January 7, 2022
Amazing !!
Wendelltop reviewer
40 ratings25 reviews
December 28, 2021
Excellent service!!! I will return. Many thanks!!!! Mr. Jenifer
Nicoletop reviewer
28 ratings8 reviews
November 2, 2021
Little bit of a wait but, friendly service
Ninatop reviewer
33 ratings12 reviews
September 18, 2021
Not the best but not the worse. Didnt have to do much interaction with Vet this time since it was just vaccinations
4 ratings1 reviews
September 2, 2021
Amazing even in a terrible power outage. They were on point listend to all my puppy questions and helped me use my Groupon. Def going back.
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1 ratings1 reviews
August 3, 2021
Awesome service
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July 24, 2021
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July 24, 2021
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About This Deal

Choose Between Two Options

  • $28 for a comprehensive office visit and examination ($59 value)
  • $75 for a Adult comprehensive examination with rabies, distemper combination vaccine, and bordtella or feline leukemia virus vaccine ($150 value)

Vaccines: Microscopic Sheep in Wolves’ Clothing

This deal includes several necessary shots. Follow along for Groupon’s look at how vaccines are made and how they work.

A vaccination is like a mock battle for the body’s immune system. Vaccines are made from altered forms of the same microorganisms that cause diseases such as measles or rabies, and when the doctor injects them, the body quickly learns how to defend itself from the invading virus or bacteria. That way, if it ever encounters the same pathogen in the real world, it will know just what to do to fight the disease off.

This is possible because of how the body manufactures its own weapons, known as antibodies. When a white blood cell recognizes a foreign agent, it custom-tailors a special protein to lock onto the pathogen and neutralize it so it can eventually be flushed out of the body. This kicks a second process into gear: the creation of memory cells, whose sole purpose is to wait around until they need to create those same antibodies again.

Scientists produce these impostor pathogens in several ways. Some are live organisms that have had their reproductive functions handicapped. Others are chemically killed before being introduced into the body, and others still extract only the superficial features of a pathogen such as a protein or sugar that lies on its surface and can trick the body into thinking it’s encountering the entire organism.

If You Don’t Have Smallpox, Thank a Cow

Vaccine comes from the Latin word vacca, meaning “cow.” That etymology encapsulates the history of vaccines. In the late 18th century, English physician Edward Jenner started paying attention to the folk wisdom that milkmaids never got the oft-deadly disease smallpox. He suspected that they were contracting the closely related but milder cowpox, which then granted immunity to both diseases. While similar phenomena had been observed in many different times and places, it was Jenner’s experimentation and standardization that turned vaccines into a cornerstone of preventive medicine.

Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Valid only for option purchased. Add-on services will incur additional charges. No substitution or alteration allowed. A veterinarian will examine your pet and may determine requested service(s) not be performed at that time. Cannot be used on the same day of purchase. Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed voucher price). Limit 24 per person. May be repurchased every 365 days. All goods or services must be used by the same person. Not valid with insurance. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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