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Here at Metrovet, we provide a wide range of services to give your pet the opportunity to live the longest life possible. To give your four-legged family member the best chance at a healthy, happy life, make your appointment today!
A visit should be MORE than a rabies vaccine. Ensure your pet is protected from common serious illness through puppy vaccination and to screen for signs of disease and infection.
✓ The doctor will examine your pets dental health and weight, as well as mobility and skin and coat needs.
✓ Oral exam and evaluate dental care.
✓ Discuss nutrition and behavior.
✓ Every pet should have a fecal parasite screen annually, and a total blood count and basic organ screen is recommended. Every dog should be evaluated for heartworm and tick-borne disease annually.
****Our appointments are 30 minutes and we provide a written summary of the visit and additional client education materials by email after your visit.****
✓ Dental health is important for organ health and longevity.
✓ The bacteria in your pets mouth not only leads to bad bread, but can cause painful gum and tooth disease and can affect the heart and internal organs.
✓ A painful mouth can also lead to appetite and behavior changes.
***Our doctors are highly-trained dentists that can perform oral examination, X-rays of the mouth, dental cleanings, and pet surgery .****
Buddy is losing weight.
Teddy is slowing down.
Weight changes, both weight loss and weight gain, are often the first sign of disease. Obesity in our pets leads to early-onset joint disease and diabetes. Diet can affect more than just a pet’s coat and appearance.
My puppy barks when I leave.
My cat stopped using the litter box.
Many of our city pets experience stress and anxiety. Changes in the home can lead to inappropriate behaviors. Our doctors can help with these changes, including separation anxiety, inappropriate urination and defecation, phobias, and compulsive behaviors.
Most of our puppies and kittens will undergo an elective spay or neuter surgery within the first year and a half of life. It is important to perform a pre surgical examination and lab work prior to surgery to evaluate organ function and general health prior to anesthesia. This is also the time to answer questions regarding the procedure and plan for recovery, including protective suit or collars, pain control, exercise restriction, and sedation if needed.