Preventative Care for Grand Prairie’s Pets
Preventing Disease, Prolonging Life
Regular visits to your pet’s veterinarian are an important tool in preventing illness and preserving your pet’s quality of life. 303 Animal Clinic takes preventative medicine seriously. When you bring your pet to our clinic, you can be assured that our Grand Prairie veterinary staff will thoroughly examine your pet before tailoring a preventative care plan to your pet’s needs. We’ll help you understand the measures we suggest to keep your pet healthy and equip you with the knowledge you need to maintain your pet’s health at home.
If your pet has been avoiding the vet for too long, schedule an appointment with our caring, compassionate team today! Call (972) 636-4838 today!
How Preventative Care Helps Your Pet
The goal of preventative care is to help prevent disease before it happens. Ultimately, we believe that it’s easier to prevent disease in the first place than it is to try to cure disease when it happens. The elements of a preventative disease plan can be different for every pet and may change as your pet ages.
Your pet’s preventative care plan may include:
- Dental care
- Flea and tick control
- Nutrition assistance
- Parasite prevention
When you come to 303 Animal Clinic for a wellness exam, we’ll ask you many questions about your pet to determine what elements of preventative care could benefit your pet. Your pet’s age, breed, lifestyle and preexisting conditions are all factors that will affect our recommendations. For example, some breeds of dogs are more prone to hip dysplasia than other breeds. Your new puppy will require a different nutrition and vaccinations than a senior pet would need.
Regular visits to our Grand Prairie veterinary staff will help us keep track of your pet’s health and make sure they’re on the right track. We use elements of our diagnostic technology to establish a baseline of health for your pet and will refer to this each time your pet comes into the clinic. This allows us to notice any deviations from your pet’s “normal” vital statistics, which could indicate the beginnings of a new illness. With this preventative approach, we’re able to better identify and treat problems early.
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