Vet Care: A Compassionate Science
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how almost every business has to operate, and veterinary offices are no exception. Your pet still requires vet care during the pandemic, however. The following tips will help keep everyone safe and also streamline the process of taking your pet to the vet in these unprecedented times.
Call ahead and find out whether you can go inside.
In order to protect both their staff and clients, some veterinary offices are not allowing pet owners to come into the vet office with their animals.
As a dog owner, you want to find a secure place to let your dogs play, run, and interact with other dogs. This interaction with other dogs is critical to your dog's mental and emotional development. The local dog park is for many owners the perfect solution. However, it is important to ensure you understand dog park etiquette, how to prepare your dogs, and how to ensure your dog plays well with the other dogs.
COVID-19 is unnerving for most humans, but it can be particularly worrisome and confusing for pet owners. Unfortunately, science doesn't have all the answers yet about how this pandemic may affect some of the sweetest and most loved members of your family. Still, there are ways of protecting your cat, dog or other four-legged BFF from this and other health threats.
Maintain Your Pet's General Health
Any compromise to a pet's health, such as being overweight and having diabetes, could put the animal at greater risk for nearly any other conditions, the same way it would for you.
Meeting the health needs of your pet is one of the most important responsibilities that you can have. Otherwise, the animal can experience a host of problems that can shorten its lifespan. When you review the various healthcare requirements of your pet, you will need to keep their dental requirements in mind.
Be Aware of the Consequences of Non-Treatment
Individuals can easily underestimate the consequences that may follow them failing to care for their animal's dental needs.
Your dog uses his tail to tell you he's happy, curious, upset or that he's done something he really wasn't suppose to, but no matter the reason for the wag, you expect to see it throughout the day. If that tail stops, drops and stays put, it could be a case of limber tail syndrome.
What Is Limber Tail Syndrome?
Limber tail means there's something not functioning properly in the muscles of the tail.
In order to be a good veterinarian, one needs a few characteristics. One must have a love and passion for animals, and also a love for science. You see, veterinarians have to know a lot of science to do their jobs, but they also have to apply that science in a very compassionate way to preserve and improve the health of their patients. This is not always easy when your patient is a 100-pound German shepherd who is mad because his paw hurts.
We greatly appreciate vets, the complexity of what they do, and the love they put into their jobs. That's why we created this blog to share more about this awesome profession.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how almost every …
As a dog owner, you want to find a secure place to …
COVID-19 is unnerving for most humans, but it can …
Meeting the health needs of your pet is one of the …
Your dog uses his tail to tell you he's happy, cur …