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How Do Vets Go about Your Pet’s Annual Physical Examination Is it really necessary to bring your pet to a certain vet for a checkup? Do you have doubts when it comes to the procedures that the vet will conduct? As pet owners, you need to be acquainted on the procedures that will be performed by the doctor. Doing the latter allows you to know whether your pet needs medical attention or not at all. The following are the usual things that veterinarians do during annual physical exam for pets: Checking of Temperature Getting the temperature of your pet is one of the vital parts of a pet physical examination. If you have a pet dog or cat, you must know that the normal temperature of cats and dogs fall in from 100 to 102.5 degree Fahrenheit. The animal may not show any physical manifestations of feeling ill but veterinarians can often determine if something’s not right if the animal has high temperature.
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Skin and Fur Examination
Doing Tips The Right Way
Skin and coat examination is also necessary, this will allow vets to know if there is a proper care given to the pets and that they did not accumulate parasitic organisms like fleas and ticks. The signs that your pet is not feeling well are the following: dry skin and strands of fur the easily breaks and fall. More likely vets would advise pet owners to go for a meat-based diet if the skin of their pets doesn’t look healthy. Meat based diet for your pet will last for a couple of weeks after that the skin will usually look healthier. Ear Problems Vets can easily tell if there is something wrong with your pet’s ears by examining the skin and if there are wounds. Ears that are dry and smell awful is usually a bad sign thus if your pets are experiencing such you must have them check as soon as possible. Ear infection and allergy can be easily detected with those things mentioned earlier. Ear infection doesn’t easily manifest since it usually begins in the canal of your pet’s ears. This is where regular checkup come in handy since vets will be able to detect the onset of ear infection and will be able to prevent it from getting worse more so this saves you the possibility of spending significant amount of money for your pet’s medication. The vet can also provide you with some tips to keep your pet’s ears clean as well as the necessary medications if they happen to experience ear infections and other ear problems. Checking of the Eyes Vet would also examine the interior structure of your pet’s eyes. Even if eye problems are not common still it is of great importance that you have their eyes checked. If your pets are fond of playing on grassy lands chances are they will experience eye irritations or if pollen and dust get into their eyes, other than eye irritations there are no other eye problems you can expect.