Oct 11 2013

How Prevention Can Reduce or Eliminate the Need for Pet Emergency Care

Pet emergency care can save your pet’s life in a crisis, but preventing such a crisis in the first place is even better. Preventative care for your pet can save you money and extend your pet’s life, while keeping him healthy and happy.

Let Our Burlington Veterinarian Spay or Neuter Your Pet

Preventative veterinary care can protect your pet from a host of expensive and life-threatening conditions. One of the most important things you can do to reduce the need for future pet emergency care is to let our Burlington veterinarian spay or neuter your pet.

Spaying or neutering does more than prevent unwanted pregnancies. It eliminates your pet’s risk of reproductive diseases, like breast or testicular cancer. It also eradicates much of your pet’s urge to roam, since this urge is often connected to the mating instinct.

Protect Your Pet from Disease and Parasites

Disease and parasitic infestation can be life-threatening. If your pet develops heartworms, distemper, parvo, or any one of a number of conditions, emergency intervention may not be enough to save his life. Luckily, many pet diseases are preventable. Preventative care, in the form of vaccines and anti-parasitic medications, can make emergency vet visits unnecessary.

Get Annual Check-Ups for Your Pet

Annual check-ups are just as important for your pet as they are for you. Many pet health problems are easier to treat when they are detected in the early stages. Regular pet wellness visits give our Burlington veterinarian the chance to detect health problems before they become so advanced that they threaten your pet’s life, or become impossible to treat.

Feed and Exercise Your Pet

Pets can benefit from a healthy diet and adequate exercise just as much as their human friends. Make sure you feed your pet a nutritious, high-quality food. Exercise your pet every day to safeguard his health and mental well-being. Avoid overfeeding your pet; if he becomes obese, health problems could result.

What preventative measures do you take keep your pet healthy and safe?

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