Screenings, such as blood and fecal tests, check for early signs of health problems. Younger pets typically need fewer tests, while more comprehensive panels help identify issues in cats and dogs as they age.
Nutrition and Exercise
Through regular visits, your pet’s vet can design the best combination of nutrition and exercise recommendations. After all, diet and proper activity levels are key to a lifetime of good health.
From house and litter box training to age-related behavioral changes, we pinpoint the sources of issues, then provide targeted advice and treatment.
By age three, most pets have some form of gum disease. Sore teeth and infected gums can make mealtime painful. Untreated dental diseases can also lead to other serious issues. Regular dental exams and cleanings protect your pet’s health.