Pet wellness exams are the foundation of your pet’s health and well-being. We may detect emerging health problems during these routine appointments. Many conditions may be easier to treat if found in early stages. Regular wellness exams improve your pet’s overall health and quality of life. They may even extend your pet’s lifespan.
When you bring your pet in for a wellness appointment we conduct a nose-to-tail examination. If we diagnose any problems we will develop a treatment plan to restore your pet’s health as quickly as possible. These exams also help us develop a health history of your pet, which we refer to and update each time your pet visits us for an annual exam.
Preventive care is an essential component of your pet’s wellness exam. It enables us to prevent your pet from developing heartworm, flea and tick infestations, as well as other diseases and infestations. Vaccinations are a crucial component of preventive care. It is important to keep your pet’s vaccinations up-to-date.
If your pet is due for a wellness exam, please do not hesitate to contact us us to schedule your visit or make an appointment today.
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