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Veterinary Service

Pet Preventive Medicine

Our veterinary clinic specializes in preventative medicine. Regular medical checkups, parasite control, weight management, dental health, spaying and neutering, immunizations, diagnostic tests, and behavior are all part of this type of treatment.

Pet Preventive Medicine

Our vets can detect any potential concerns before they become more serious. We aim to discover problems early before your dogs become very ill. We may suggest blood work to assess your pet’s overall health further.

Preventive care, commonly called wellness, is critical to ensuring that your pet has a long, healthy, and happy life. Most people associate preventive care for their pets with vaccinations. While immunizations are critical, four other aspects of preventive care are equally crucial.

  • Exams – An exam at Andrews Veterinary Clinic is more than just a thorough physical examination and health assessment; it is also an opportunity for your veterinarian to get to know and love your pet as an individual. No two pets have the same way of living. Our doctors take the time to get to know your pet and use that information to provide medical recommendations.
  • Lab Tests – Blood and urine tests, for example, aid in determining whether all body systems typically operate. They also screen for genetic and breed-specific health problems and chronic illnesses such as kidney and liver disease. Early detection and treatment of chronic disease are crucial to ensuring that your pet has a long and healthy life with you. Early care of chronic or age-related illnesses is less expensive and riskier than late-stage treatment.
  • Parasite Screening – Internal parasites can cause serious illness in your pet, but they are also simple to avoid. The Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC) and our veterinarians recommend twice-yearly intestinal screenings. Routine deworming against parasites like roundworms, which may infect humans and cause significant sickness, is critical to the entire family’s health.
  • Vaccines – Vaccinations are a simple way to protect your pet from potentially fatal infections such as distemper, while immunizations such as rabies protect the entire family because rabies is fatal to both people and dogs.”

Veterinary Services in Andrews, TX

Pet Companion Animals Services

Pet Lameness Diagnosis

Pet Reproduction & Breeding

Pet Food Animal Services

Pet Preventive Medicine

Equine Services