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Most adult pets only need to visit our veterinarian about once a year. During this time, our veterinarian may give your pet booster vaccinations and perform a thorough physical exam. Stool samples and blood work are also recommended during the yearly exam.
How Vets Diagnose Pet Symptoms Information from pet parents. Feel the pets body for signs. Listen to the pets sounds. Assess the pets body language. Check for unusual smells. Review environment and diet.
Your Pets Physical Checkup Listening to your animals lungs and heart. Checking your cat or dogs stance, gait, and weight. Examining your pets eyes for signs of excessive tearing, discharge, redness, cloudiness, or eyelid issues. Checking your companions coat for overall condition, abnormal hair loss, or dandruff.
When a pets CRT is prolonged, it can indicate that their blood flow is not adequate to sustain proper health. Normal refill time is usually 1.5 2 seconds. It may indicate your pet is in or going into shock or may have certain heart diseases if it takes longer than that.
Positron emission tomography (PET) is a type of nuclear medicine procedure that measures metabolic activity of the cells of body tissues. PET is actually a combination of nuclear medicine and biochemical analysis.
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Health clearances are often also referred to as health testing. These are the tests performed on parent dogs before they are bred to ensure we are not breeding dogs with any known health conditions that can be inherited and that we can test for.
A physical examination involves observing the general appearance of your dog, listening to their chest with a stethoscope (auscultation), and feeling specific areas of the body (palpation). Your veterinarian will observe or inspect: How your dog walks and stands. Whether your dog is bright and alert.
Feeling the abdominal organs, checking the hips and knees, and inspecting your animals teeth will help your veterinarian determine your pets health as well. During the exam, your doctor will talk to you about any vaccinations or further tests your pet may need.
There are four main categories of wellness testing for the young and middle-aged dog: complete blood count (CBC), biochemistry profile, urinalysis, and thyroid hormone testing. Your veterinarian will advise you on how extensive the testing should be for your pet.
Here is how to perform an at-home physical exam on your dog, from nose to tail: Gaze into those loving eyes. The whites (sclera) of the eyes should be white, not yellow or bloodshot. Be nosy. Get an ear full. Make him smile. Give him a hug. Give your dog a massage. Have a heart. Belly up.