Keeping Them Healthy Before There's A Problem
Many animals, especially dogs and cats, age much more quickly than we do. And the gradual onset of disease in seemingly healthy pets can often go unnoticed. When symptoms do appear, the condition may be more difficult to treat and could result in a costly treatment.
Just as people should see their doctor for a periodic physical, your pet should see the veterinary as well. To help maintain the best quality of life for your pet, we recommend regularly scheduled wellness exams, twice a year for seniors and annually for everyone else. On-going dental care, vaccinations, fecal testing (to control parasites), exercise and a well-balanced diet are key factors in disease prevention.