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Dogs and cats age at a faster rate than humans do depending on the size and breed. Your veterinarian may have certain recommendations on how often your pet should have a wellness examination, based on its specific breed, health status, and lifestyle. During the routine wellness examination, your veterinarian will ask you questions regarding your pet's diet, exercise, behavior habits, lifestyle, and general health.
Your veterinarian will observe:
Routine Canine Wellness Visit
Routine Feline Wellness Visit
Semi-Annual Wellness Visits
As mentioned before, our pets age faster than we do. Semi-annual examinations lets veterinarians detect any illnesses or abnormalities sooner rather than later. Bringing your pet into the veterinarian once a year is like us seeing our doctor once every 5-7 years. Having your pet examined more often can result in prompt treatment if necessary. For the dogs that are boarded often or has regular grooming visits, a semi-annual is required for them to receive the Bordetella vaccine (kennel cough).
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Absolutely love the doctor and staff!!! They are so friendly and go above and beyond to make pets and their owners feel comfortable. I would definitely recommend them to anyone looking for a vet!!