Keeping your pet healthy and preventing illness is crucial to your pet's quality of life and longevity. The following are some of our most frequently asked questions regarding wellness, exams, testing and many other topics.
Why should I come in for an exam twice a year?
What vaccines should my cat be current on?
When should I leukemia and AIDS test my cat?
Why should I have wellness blood work done? At what age?
Why should I have pre-anesthetic blood work done?
Why should I get my pet spayed or neutered?
At what age should I have my pet spayed or neutered?
Should I get my cat declawed?
Why do I need to have a stool sample checked for parasites? Why twice a year?
Year Round Heartworm Prevention
How do I know how much I should feed my pet?
What brands of food do you recommend for my dog/cat?
Should I get health insurance for my pet?
Parasites can occur on the skin, in the intestines or even in the bloodstream. They affect your pet, sometimes causing VERY serious disease, and many can also be passed to you and your family. Prevention is key, but if you pet has been diagnosed with parasites, please click the appropriate link below to learn more.
My pet has worms. Can my family and I also get worms? What should I do?
Treatment of Fleas
Prevention of Fleas and Ticks
We all appreciate the importance of dental hygiene in maintaining the health of our teeth and gums. Quite apart from anything else, it is not very pleasant to the in the general vicinity of someone who doesn’t brush their teeth. Your pet is no different! He or she needs to have his/her teeth brushed regularly to avoid gum disease and to remain a pleasure to be around. Unfortunately, unlike humans, pets can’t look after their own teeth, and so rely on you to help them out in that regard.
Why should I have my pet's teeth cleaned? How Often?
What can I do at home to keep my pet's teeth clean?
Retained Deciduous Teeth
Dental Neck Lesions
Below you’ll find a link to a resource list of helpful sites for the all of your pet care questions!
Basic Rabbit Care
Selecting The Right Pet For You!
What services do you offer?
We are AAHA Accredited!
Cleveland Ohio Microchip Vet Clinic
What lab work tells us about your pet
I'm sick; can my dog or cat catch it?
Giving Subcutaneous fluids
Prolonged Treatment of an Ill Pet
Quality of Life
Pet Health Insurance