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17
Dec

6 Tips for an Easier Vet Visit for You and Your Pet

Written by admin. Posted in Contract lab manufacturing, Equine infectious anemia virus antibody

Veterinary diagnostics

A lot of people get anxious when they are facing a dental or medical appointment. It should be no surprise that the same holds true for Fido and Fluffy. While veterinary diagnostics have improved along with pet care, it is still easy to wind up with a pet who is less than thrilled with the experience. Here are some things you can do to make it go better for both of you.

  1. Take care of your own anxiety level. If going to the vet stresses you out, you can bet dollars to donuts that it will freak your pet out, too. People can have very upsetting visits with vets, if you have had pets a long time, you may associate going with losing your cat, dog or whatever. You have to project a calm face so you do not get your otherwi
11
Dec

How a Diagnostics Laboratory Can Benefit Your Pet

Written by admin. Posted in Equine infectious anemia virus antibody, Food safety testing, Veterinary clinical diagnostics

Dog heartworm test at home

We want our pets to live the absolute longest and happiest lives possible, which is why we want the best care for them. In your pet’s time of need, a clinical diagnostics laboratory can get to the bottom of any problem and offer tests that will look at every aspect of your pet’s health to give them proper treatment when they need it most. Some of the issues that inflict pets every year include heart worm, anemia viruses, and so much more. We will take a closer look at some of the health problems that can fall on your pet and how a diagnostics laboratory can play an integral role in their health.

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13
Oct

How Many Pets Does Your Family Have?

Written by admin. Posted in 24 hour animal hospital, Signs of a pet emergency

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You are missing Stan the Man tonight.
You and your girls took him to the emergency vet office tonight, where he will spend the night. Stan had been having seizures throughout the today, and seemed like he was in a fog.
It is going to be a long night without him, but you are hoping for good news in the morning.
Dealing with the illness of a pet can be difficult, especially when that pet has seizures or another condition that is making him seem like a different pet altogether. Fortunately, emergency veterinary services and animal hospitals can offer help.