Today, Preventive Medicine is an area of great importance in veterinary medicine practice, because it is a key point in common Animal Health and Public Health. This area include medical acts like active immunization (vaccination), internal and external deworming done in consultation and electronic identification (Microchip mandatory for all dogs born after July 1, 2008).
During these consultations are clarified all owners doubts regarding the management of health, food and animal welfare as well as other issues that are pertinent. Although it is an prophylatic consultation, is done the clinical examination of the animal in question.
Vaccination aims to promote the development of immune defenses that act quickly and effectively at time that the patient contact with a particular pathogen for which it was protected. The vaccine used depending on the species concerned.
Intestinal parasites are cause of several problems, including weight loss, diarrhea and abdominal pain. Thus, to establish an appropriate deworming schedule in conjunction with feeding management, will allow to maintain a low parasite load in pets and their welfare.
Preventive dental care, allow that teeth of your pet remain in good conditions. An animal can’t digest and properly use the food provided if the simple process of chewing hurts. After examination and diagnosis of existing oral problems, our professionals will implement the necessary treatment to correct them.