Veterinary Pet Consultations Physical Examinations
Bringing home a new pet is bringing in a new member of the family. It is one of the most exciting experiences, but it can bring worry as well. Taking care of your new pet whether it is a puppy or kitten or perhaps fully grown animal is a major responsibility.
Your local Vet, All Animal Veterinary Services, is here to help you with your pet consultations & physical examinations that Noosa residents can rely upon. We suggest that you bring your new pet in to have them fully checked out. We can provide you with sound advice on how to take care of your new pet by following a few tips.
A new pet will need plenty of your time when they first enter your home. This is especially true for puppies and kittens who will need to learn the boundaries you set for their behavior. While adult animals tend to be better behaved, they also require a considerable commitment of your time to bond with you.
Puppies will need your attention because they have lots of energy and are quite curious. You will need to keep them safe and make sure they can properly socialize to become healthy, well-balanced adult dogs. Speaking of adult dogs and cats, they will need daily exercise and some attention for the rest of their lives. Admittedly, cats may need less of your attention, but being properly fed and cared for is just as important as with dogs.
Both dogs and cats will need to undergo regular grooming and bathing to keep their fur clean and tidy. Grooming should include removing any fleas or parasites from their skin. Their fur will need to be brushed or combed to reduce the buildup of dirt and debris. While cats tend to have shorter fur that they spend many hours grooming themselves, brushing once a day just to get the tangles and kinks out can be quite beneficial.
Annual Check up for your pet Vet Noosa
Healthy dogs and cats have regular visits to the Vet. An annual check up can help spot issues in the early stages. Plus, provide you with a guide on how to better care for your pet. This includes proper feeding and exercise to keep them healthy. In addition, making sure their gums and teeth are healthy, the nails are trimmed, and fleas and ticks are kept at bay and vaccinations up to date.
A very important part of having a new pet is ensuring they socialize well with the rest of the family. This includes children as they will play a big role in the life of the pet. Children will have to be taught how to treat the pets with care and kindness. Plus, the adults will need to be mindful of the pets, watch for signs of distress, and foster better communication so that if something arises, it can be noticed quickly.
For the best in pet consultations & physical examinations Noosa residents can trust, All Animal Veterinary Services is here for you. If you have a new pet, please contact us and we will provide a full examination and consultation.