Pet wellness exams are important for detecting and preventing health problems in your pet. They also allow your veterinarian to establish a baseline for your pet's health, which can be helpful in diagnosing and treating any future problems.
Puppies and kittens should be taken for wellness exams every few weeks until they are fully vaccinated. After that, adult pets should be taken for wellness exams at least once a year, or more often if they have any underlying health conditions.
Make an appointment in advance.Write down any questions or concerns you have about your pet's health.Bring a list of all the medications and supplements your pet is taking.
Be honest with your veterinarian about your pet's lifestyle and habits.Ask your veterinarian about any preventive care measures you can take to keep your pet healthy.
During your pet's wellness exam, your veterinarian will perform a physical exam and ask you questions about your pet's health and lifestyle. They may also recommend any necessary vaccinations, tests, or treatments.
Here are some questions you may want to ask your veterinarian during your pet's wellness exam:Is my pet current on all of their vaccinations?What weight is ideal for my pet?
Pet wellness exams are an important part of keeping your pet healthy and happy. By following the tips in this presentation, you can ensure that your pet's wellness exam goes smoothly and that you get the information you need to keep your pet healthy and happy.