If you want to prevent your pets from reproducing or get them to stop typical breeding instinct behaviors, neutering or spaying are completely safe and common options. Shelters are overcrowded every year with unwanted animals from unintended reproduction between pets, so talk to a local vet about your options. While neutering is fairly straightforward, there are more options for spaying female animals that your veterinarian can discuss with you.
Getting your pet vaccinated is an incredibly important first step in a health life for your new pet. Common vaccinations include protection against rabies, feline leukemia virus, and canine parvovirus, among others. Protection against these conditions should start early and be supplemented with necessary boosters at subsequent trips to your local veterinarian.
Making the decision to end your pet's suffering is incredibly difficult, but the right vet can help you through the process. You've got options for euthanasia and options for how you want your pet's remains to be handled. Getting in touch with your local vet is the best option when you're considering the final option.
The ailments your pet faces are not always predictable and pet's themselves can be a little too adventurous sometimes. Do you know where to turn if your pet suddenly starts acting strange or seems to be in pain? A local vet who provides emergency services can get you much needed peace of mind and medical assistant when you need it most.
Not all pets are cats and dogs. If you've got reptiles, ferrets, rabbits, other rodents, or birds, you'll need a vet who specializes in the treatment of those animals and diagnosing their health. Know what questions to ask going in and know what you want to get out of your vet care for your exotic pet.
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