Preventive animal inspection helps to identify the disease at the beginning, thus qualified treatment can be applied to stop the progression of the disease. Annual preventive blood tests are very important, especially important to do these tests annually for the aged animals from 8 years of age. Most older patients have a variety of oncologic, kidney, heart, and other problems which noticed on time can be successfully treated, or at least the progression of the diseases can be stopped.
Oral hygiene for animals is as important as for people. Very often, the owners pay too little attention to the dog’s or cat’s oral hygiene. Teeth or gum problems are very common among small breed dogs. To avoid these problems, You should regularly see veterinary specialist, clean pet’s teeth, give different chews, and balance the animal’s diet.
A variety of balance medicated feed, which greatly facilitates the dog’s or cat’s care and treatment is used in veterinary medicine.
It is very important to inspect the animal’s ears, fur, and claws regularly. Ear inflammation, too long or ingrown claws can cause serious health problems.