Wellness & Annual Exams
A wellness examination is a routine medical examination of a pet who appears healthy, as opposed to an examination of a pet who is ill. A wellness examination is also called a 'check-up' or a 'physical examination'. The focus of a wellness examination is the maintenance of optimal health. Annual wellness exams usually include a physical examination of the patient, addressing any concerns for the patient, and general information pertaining to any age-related health concerns i.e., teething, training, anxiety, arthritis, allergies, diet, etc.
Include Physical exam and health assessment. After the exam, if any other labs or radiology is needed for diagnostic purposes an estimate will be provided and our staff will go over what the doctor needs and why.
Wellness and care above all. At Adamson Veterinary Services, the needs of the patient come first!
Sick Patient Exam
Primary vaccination is essential to prevent the once common deadly puppy & Kitten diseases. Vaccinations prevent common pet illnesses. Vaccinations can help avoid costly treatments for diseases that can be prevented. Vaccinations prevent diseases that can be passed between animals and from animals to people. Diseases prevalent in wildlife, such as rabies and distemper, can infect unvaccinated pets.
The purpose of microchips for pets is to provide a form of permanent identification. They are tiny, about the size of a large grain of rice, and are passive. Microchips not only help people find their lost pets, but they have also helped shelters return animals to their rightful owners more quickly. In addition to providing relief for the pet owner, locating owners more efficiently helps the shelter prevent overcrowding and reduce stress levels for all the animals.
From time to time, much like in humans, it becomes necessary to adopt a special diet for our pets. Whether it be digestion issues, food allergy issues, weight, or any of the many other reasons it is necessary to change or adjust diet, we are there for you and your pet. Maintaining a healthy diet and weight are important to a long and happy relationship with your four-legged family members.