Helpful Tips to Maximize your Visit to the Veterinarian

  • Bring a list of questions to ask the Doctor
  • If coming in for urinary issues, don’t let your dog urinate on the way in. For cats, remove litter box 2 hours prior to Vet visit.
  • Bring all previous records, history, vaccines, and diagnostic work done on your pet if we have never seen them before.
  • Always bring a stool sample for yearly exams, new puppy/kitten exams or anytime your pet is having problems with diarrhea.
  • If you are seeing worms in your pets stool, bring a stool sample as well as the worm you are seeing.
  • Know what brand of food and exactly how much you feel your pet daily. This also includes any tablescraps/people food and treats given.
  • Fast pet at least 12 hours prior to any potential bloodwork. Water is ok to still give.
  • Record observations of pet, especially if is a chronic activity, ie: seizures, coughing, vomiting etc.
  • Note any changes in appetite, behavior, activity, and urinating/defecating patterns.

We look forward to welcoming you and your pet to our clinic! If you have any questions prior to your appointment don’t hesitate to send us a message or call us at (517) 321-6406.

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