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Your annual physical is a ‘must’ on your yearly to-do list, and so should a pet wellness exam for your beloved companion. Our Casper veterinarian from Westside Animal Hospital answers your questions about the pet wellness exam.
This exam is the baseline of preventative and sound veterinary care for your pet. Similar to your yearly physical, our vet gives your pet a head to toe exam to make sure nothing has changed since the last exam. This is also when we administer any vaccinations your pet may need.
You and your pet have many benefits, including:
Head-to-toe is indeed the bottom line of the yearly pet wellness exam at Westside Animal Hospital in Casper. Here’s what you can expect:
The pet wellness exam is when we administer the vaccinations your pet needs for the year. All pets need the following core vaccinations:
For cats are:
Non-core vaccinations are not necessary for all pets. Our Casper veterinarian will discuss your pet’s habits and lifestyle to recommend appropriate non-core vaccinations.
Our vet wants to keep a close eye on our young and older pets. This means more frequent wellness visits. The young set needs more frequent visits to gradually build up their immunity with core vaccinations. We recommend that our older pet patients come in every 6 months so we can catch any brewing health issues.
Don’t wait for a serious problem to emerge. Give Westside Animal Hospital in Casper a call today at 307-472-5600 and be sure to ask about our free consultation for new clients.