Posts from April, 2020
If you take your pet to all of their regularly scheduled wellness exams (and we certainly hope you do!) you’ve likely noticed we place a high value on prevention.
Establishing a “health baseline” for your pet through physical examinations, health history, and diagnostic testing. Routine pet blood work is a huge part of making sure your pet is healthy and catching and treating any health problems early.
Pet Blood Work 101
Routine pet blood work consists of two parts, the complete blood count (CBC) and chemistry panel. The CBC tells us everything about your pet’s red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets.Continue…
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