Pet Wellness Exams
Whether your pet is a new addition to the family, or a long time resident of your household, a wellness exam is a great opportunity to bring your pet in for a checkup.
We know your pets are precious to you, and we want to make sure they receive the best care possible.
There are several reasons to make an appointment for a pet wellness exam. When your pet feels good, you will too!
Your Veterinarian Is Here For Your Pet
You want to know that your animal friends have a veterinarian they can trust. A wellness exam will get your animal used to the experience of coming into the hospital and undergoing an examination.
Your veterinarian will check out your animal’s body composition, coat, heart, lungs, eyes, and ears. You’ll also be asked to provide information on your pet’s lifestyle, eating habits, activity levels, and bathroom habits.
A Wellness Exam is Preventative Medicine
You may not know it, but your pet could be on the road to obesity, fleas, or dental issues. Only a wellness exam will tell you for sure what dietary change, shampoos, or eating behaviors may help your pet extend the quality of his or her life.
Your pet may receive blood work during their visit. This tool allows your veterinarian to make sure there are no internal issues, and to establish a baseline for future visits.
We all love our pets and connecting with White Marsh Animal Hospital is a great way to make sure your pet receives medical assistance before any problems arise.
Your veterinarian is well trained. If your pet has any health needs that require treatment, a wellness exam will uncover these issues. Perhaps a tumor has developed that requires excision, or an elderly animal needs eye drops to preserve vision.
Regardless of where your animal is in his or her life cycle, your veterinarian will provide you with answers to all your questions-- from cost, to options, to prognosis. You’ll find peace of mind knowing your pet is in good hands.
Pet owners can put trust in White Marsh Animal Hospital -- whether your pet needs additional appointments or receives a clean bill of health-- you’ll know you did the right thing for your beloved animal friend.