Your pet can live a long, healthy and happy life with good preventive health care.
Visit a veterinarian as soon as you adopt or purchase a pet. Talk to your veterinarian about maintaining a healthy weight, exercise requirements, choosing a balanced and nutritious diet, dental care, vaccinations, parasite control and spay and neutering.
Check in with your veterinarian once a year for an annual examination. Discuss life stage changes as your pet ages for continued preventive health care.
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