Our staff will get a chance to talk to you and see if you are having any trouble with your pet. We will also go over diet, preventative medicine, and exercise to ensure that your pet is as healthy as possible. Then, one of our veterinarians will do a complete physical examination on your pet. It is always good to have a baseline in case your pet ever becomes ill. We also want to monitor your pet’s weight, ensuring that your pet stays a healthy weight. It is much easier to start a diet when a pet is a pound overweight instead of fifteen! Our veterinarian will also look for any potential problems. Our goal is to catch any problems before they become major ones. The sooner that we are able to catch a problem, the easier it is to treat it and the more likely that your pet will make a full recovery!
Complete Physical Examination
A standard part of veterinary care for pets. During a complete physical exam, the vet will check your pet's overall health and well-being by looking at various body systems, including the skin, coat, eyes, ears, nose, mouth, teeth, and respiratory, cardiovascular, musculoskeletal, digestive, and nervous systems. The vet may also perform some diagnostic tests, such as taking a blood sample or checking for parasites, to get a better understanding of your pet's health. It's important to have regular physical exams for your pet to catch any potential health issues early and to maintain their overall health and well-being.
Our goal when providing veterinary care for your pet is to catch any potential health issues before they become major problems. By performing a complete physical examination and possibly some diagnostic tests, we can get a better understanding of your pet's health and identify any issues early on. The sooner we are able to catch a problem, the easier it is to treat and the more likely your pet will make a full recovery. Regular physical exams are crucial for maintaining your pet's overall health and well-being.