Our journey with our pets often begin with a small young puppy that sleeps a lot, eats and poops all over the place, and is full of rambunctious joy and entertainment that just seems to be good for our soul. They grow, change, and mature into an energy filled junior that often never seem to ware out. As the years pass into adulthood time seems to quickly pass and before we realize it they become seniors pets and then geriatric.
Every stage of our pet’s life has a unique set of enjoyment and some challenges. As our pets change throughout their life’s so does their risks of problems or diseases. Many of these diseases are not a contagious disease that can be prevented through the use of vaccines but can be prevented through other preventive measures. Each stage of your pet’s life has a unique set of possible diseases that are more likely during that time or are best prevented during that stage for a better, longer, happier life. Which allows you to enjoy your pets longer with more activity, less potential of illnesses and costing you less money and heartache.
Common diseases that we cannot vaccinate for include:
- Dental disease
- Genetic disorders
- Kidney disease
- Many more
Your pets can live a longer, healthier, and happier life through the use of regular physical exams and discussions about your pet’s health to determine how your unique pet can best benefit from specific preventive health care measures.
Don’t skip this important event and you will also live a happier, healthier, and longer life from all the benefits your pet can do for you.
Don’t keep putting it off call us now for your pet’s appointment.
435-381-2539 in Emery County
435-637-VETS(8387) in Carbon County