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Having a Great Veterinarian is Always a Good Thing

April 11, 2022

The only thing better than having a good veterinarian is having a great one. The job of a veterinarian starts right before puppies are born, or in your case, shortly after their gotcha day. So, why is it important to have a great veterinarian?

Early Disease Detection 

As much as you want your pup’s life to be perfect and disease-free, pups sometimes come down with various ailments. Now, this may be no fault of yours, it could be as simple as an immune system compromise or an infection. A veterinarian can detect any changes in behavior with a professional eye and prevent deterioration in health. 

Bad Behavior 

There are times when try as you might, it seems like Sirius just isn’t ready to drop some bad behavior. Now, it is possible that you are approaching change the wrong way. Having a veterinarian allows you to consult professional opinion and get a solution easily. 

Preventative Health Care 

Even better than treating ailments, preventing them is an excellent alternative. Rather than having to subject your pet to a series of treatments because they are ill, you can avoid all this altogether. Preventative health care mainly works with having routine appointments set up. 

General Wellness 

Your pet’s general wellness is essential, both physically and mentally. This is why Petland stores have partnered with local veterinarians to check in their puppies to make sure they are happy and healthy and ready to find their forever home. Veterinarians are also tasked with setting up health protocols in stores. This is key to guaranteeing general wellness for all pups and something you should definitely consider as well. 

Conclusion 

The first step to ensuring that your pet has a great life is nutrition and exercise. Another is having a great veterinarian on hand.

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