Annual exams or vet checkups for your dog or cat allow your veterinarian to monitor your pet's health, look for early signs of disease, and prescribe preventive treatments to help protect your pet from potentially fatal illnesses. Today, our Edgewater veterinarians discuss the advantages of pet preventive care.
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We know you love your pet and that's why you want to choose a veterinarian thats right for you and your furry companion. Today our Edgewater vets explain the qualifications you should look for when deciding on a vet to take care of your cat or dog's veterinary needs.
Pet insurance and Wellness plans are both different methods that help make healthcare for your pet more affordable. It's important to understand the specific benefits of each before selecting one. In this blog our Edgewater vets discuss the key differences between both options to help make your decision easier.
Heartworm disease is a very serious condition that is usually found in dogs, cats and ferrets. This disease can cause heart failure, severe lung disease and damage to other organs, it can even lead to death for your pets. In this blog our Edgewater vets discuss heartworm disease and why preventing it is important.
Ticks are responsible for spreading a handful of serious diseases making them dangerous to the health of both people and pets. Here our vets in Edgewater talk to you about the ways these external parasites thrive, signs to beware of, and how to keep ticks from biting your pets and family.
Taking your pet to the vet for a fecal exam annually is the best way to protect them (and your family) from intestinal parasites. A fecal exam every year gives your Edgewater veterinarian the opportunity to look for intestinal parasites before more serious issues develop.