Many of the same health problems that affect us, including hearing loss, also affect our pets. Fortunately, most pets adapt very well to the disability with a little help from their owners.View Article
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A healthy dog or cat is no accident. It takes a commitment. It starts with regular veterinary care to prevent or minimize disease or injury, improve your pet's quality of life, and help your pet enjoy a healthy life for as long as possible.
Your veterinarian will accomplish this in several ways:
Pets age seven times faster on average than people do. Most pets are adults by age 2, middle-aged by 4, and by age 7, many dogs, particularly larger breeds, are seniors. Because pets age so rapidly, health problems can occur in a short amount of time.
Yearly wellness exams provide two key benefits. First, they allow your veterinarian to diagnose, treat and prevent health problems before they become serious. Second, wellness exams are a great opportunity for you to ask the veterinary team about pet behavior, nutrition, flea and tick control, and other issues on a regular basis.
Yearly wellness exams can and do save lives. Be sure to schedule your pet's yearly exam today. Know the risks, protect your pet.
Follow the link below to the preventive page that correlates to the type of pet(s) that you have.