Junior and Adult Health Screening
A non-senior pet does not need regular visits to the veterinarian’s office, right? Wrong! A non-senior, or junior or adult, pet’s health should never be taken for granted. Instead, regular visits to the veterinarian should take place in order to aid that pet in living the longest and healthiest life possible. In fact, all healthy pets should see their veterinarian at least once a year. These yearly visits will include:
This gives the pet owner, or client, one-on-one time with the veterinarian. At this time the pet owner and veterinarian will discuss the pet’s daily routine, heath care, nutrition and other age-appropriate matters. The pet owner should point out any changes in their pet’s health or behavior or convey any other existing concerns.