Adult Dog Care


Adult dogs require preventative care and proactive

intervention to maintain their health.  A yearly exam

with vaccination updates are a must.  Parasite and flea

prevention is often a year round effort.  Dogs, as with

young people, often do not require anything but preventative care. 


Each year they are evaluated for dental disease, skin

growths, cardiac function, abdominal tumors, eye

abnormalities and any form of lameness.  Fecal exams

are done on a yearly basis to make sure all dogs are

parasite free. 


The average dog sees a veterinarian twice each year.  One visit is generally for routine preventative care and the other for a medical problem. 


Adult dogs don't usually enter the older dog catagory

until 10 years of age.


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