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Has your pet gotten their yearly pet exam in Allenstown? It is recommended that your pet have a pet exam every year to ensure that your pet is happy and healthy. A yearly pet exam will allow your local Allenstown veterinarian to check for a variety of pet related health issues such as, your pets vaccination status, or your pet’s nutrition. An annual Veterinary exam can catch diseases at a treatable stage, and can save you money on more expensive services later on.
Just like humans dogs an annual physical exam is recommended for our pets as well. If your dog has existing medical issues or if your dog is getting older he may even need more frequent examinations. To help keep your pet in optimum health we recommend that any recently purchased pets should receive their first examination within your first few weeks of ownership. Our Concord veterinarians Dr. Suzan Watkins, DVM and Dr. Christine O’Connell, DVM will be sure to make your pet feel comfortable and will ensure a thorough examination of your pet’s health. Your pet’s exam will include detailed discussion of your pet’s care and preventative care that can help prevent serious health problems.
Your pet may not be able to tell you what is wrong, but our examinations focus on discovering the source of your pet’s problem, or indeed prevent them before they arise. Your pets exam will include our veterinarians looking at:
Call Allenstown Animal Hospital today to schedule an yearly checkup for your pet with our team. We’re dedicated to providing you with exceptional care. If you need an appointment in Pembroke, Hooksett, or Allenstown veterinarian services from our vets is available to you. Call us today: 603-485-7133.