Whether you’ve been a pet owner for many years or you just adopted your first furry friend a short while ago, there’s always something to learn about properly caring for your dog or cat. Here at Pet Medical Center, our goal is to always help you make well-informed decisions about your pet’s healthcare. This article was written an effort to help you understand what some common pet healthcare mistakes so you can avoid them and ensure the health and wellbeing of your pet for many years to come.
The motto at Pet Medical Center is: Where your pets are part of our family.
Every time someone brings their dog or cat to Pet Medical Center, we make every effort to treat that animal like part of our family. We provide gentle, respectful healthcare services to kittens, cats, puppies, and dogs – and we’re always available to answer your pet healthcare questions. Schedule your next appointment at Pet Medical Center today by calling (951) 676-3531 or emailing . We look forward to meeting your special friend soon!
In the meantime, find out what some of the most common pet healthcare mistakes are below.
Most common pitfall
The top medical mistake people often make in terms of their pet’s healthcare is: not seeking out regular veterinary care. We highly recommend finding a veterinarian you can trust before or as soon as possible after adopting your pet. We hope you’ll choose Pet Medical Center – where you and your pet will always be treated with utmost respect. Your pet’s healthcare needs will always be taken care of at Pet Medical Center. We provide a wide range of pet healthcare services, all of which are listed here. Let us take care of all your pet’s healthcare needs.
Overfeeding your pet
Many dogs and cats that come to Pet Medical Center become overweight or perhaps even obese. Overweight pets are at much greater risk for developing numerous health conditions. Feed your pets well to keep them healthy for many years to come.
Neglecting your pet’s oral health
Many pets over 3 years old already exhibit signs of oral problems. Brushing your pet’s teeth is always recommended to maintain optimal oral health. If that’s not possible, there are other ways to promote oral health in your dog and cat without it. Speak with your pet’s veterinarian at Pet Medical Center for expert recommendations and tips to keep your furry friend smiling for many years to come.
Delaying your pet’s medical care
Look, we get it – you have a busy schedule, and a rash, bump, or some other issue your dog or cat develops might not feel very urgent. But you should know that your pet may not be able to communicate the level of pain he or she is experiencing. Make a little room in your schedule to bring your pet to Pet Medical Center at the first sign of trouble. Appointments are recommended but we also handle emergencies and give them priority. Give us a call so we can take care of your pet’s healthcare needs before they become acute. Our phone number is (951) 676-3531.