Healthy From Head to Tail: Be Better Prepared for Emergencies

Hi everyone,

Today we’ve once again teamed up with our friends from petco to provide you with their Healthy From Head to Tail.

There is something pretty wondrous about welcoming a new animal into your home.
But after you’re done appreciating the newness of the animal, it’s time to make a plan to keep them fit, healthy, and happy for as long as possible. And that plan needs to include a regular schedule with your preferred veterinarian.
Different animals at different stages of their lives need different check-ins with a pet-care provider. Very young animals such as those cute kittens and puppies, for example, probably need to visit the vet more often than adults. That’s because their immune systems are still developing and they must reach certain growth milestones.
But even after they’re fully grown, your animals need you to help them be seen regularly by a vet. To learn more about what those visits look like and what you can do, check out this graphic.

The third post looks at emergencies and how to be better prepared for them:

For further information check out their health page.

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Thanks,

Marc

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2 thoughts on “Healthy From Head to Tail: Be Better Prepared for Emergencies

  1. RoseyToesSews says:

    Great info. I’d just like to add that people should check where their vet’s emergency surgery is. – Where I live, most of the vets take part in a scheme where they farm out their emergency hours to a particular surgery in the next town. We didn’t like this idea, so sought a vet who dealt with their own emergencies. We ended up with a wonderful vet. ?

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