Ti-Loup and Fluffy return from their medical exam. The vet has advised you that they are in good health. Are they really? Having an annual (or biannual for seniors) medical exam is a great thing to do, especially considering that Ti-Loup and Fluffy age 7 times faster than us. However, is a medical examination sufficient to say that they are, without a doubt, in good health? Unfortunately no! The medical examination examines parts of the body that are visible or palpable. But what about the function of the organs? Our pets are unable to tell us how they are feeling. It’s usually their body language or behavior that gives us the suspicion that something is wrong. Subtle or early problems are therefore usually missed on the exam. It’s the same for you, who can easily miss or misinterpret warning signs of illness.
Now you can give Ti-Loup and Fluffy more as preventative medicine has evolved. It not only allows us to prevent disease with the help of vaccination and parasite prevention, but also allows us to detect abnormalities not detectable by conventional medical examination more quickly through blood, urine and urine tests. stool.
- The blood tests allow us to better assess the health of the liver, kidneys, thyroid glands, pancreas and intestines, as well as blood cells.
- Antigenic stool tests tell us if your pet has any parasites, such as worms, and assure you that Ti-Loup is not a source of parasite transmission for your family.
- Urine tests allow us to better assess kidney function and prevent certain inflammatory diseases. Fluffy may have pain while urinating or having difficulty urinating without you being able to detect it at home.
Preventive medicine can detect pathologies for 1 in7 animals under the age of 6. By performing these tests before symptoms appear, not only will you give your animals a better chance of recovery, but you will also benefit from considerable discounts and possibly avoid emergency costs for undetected illnesses that could become emergency.
You will now be able to sleep with peace of mind since you will know that Ti-Loup and Fluffy are healthy, with supporting results!
Contact your veterinary team now to find out about their preventive medicine program.