Pet Wellness & Nutrition Advice
Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital is committed to the highest quality preventive care for your pet. Annual wellness exams combined with good nutrition throughout the year help pets stay active and healthy.
The Wellness Exam
A routine appointment with one of our veterinarians includes a complete physical exam along with blood work and urine testing, if needed. Your veterinarian will also take the time to discuss healthy eating, weight management strategies, and behavior issues that may be concerning you.
In addition, your veterinarian will review heartworm prevention, internal parasite prevention, and flea and tick control. Vaccinations may be administered during your pet’s wellness exam depending on your pet’s specific disease risks.
Affordable Wellness Plans offer an affordable way to provide high-quality preventive health care to your pet. Affordable Wellness Plans are not pet insurance. They are designed to provide routine veterinary health care and diagnostics at a discount. With regular checkups, illnesses and diseases can be detected early, before they become worse and more expensive to treat.
Just like people, pets benefit from good nutrition. It can be very tempting to share our own food with our pet or offer special treats more than we should. We encourage our pet owners to resist temptation and keep their pets on a healthy diet. A healthy diet along with weight management can extend your pet’s life and help keep your pet fit and active for many years. During your pet’s wellness exam we will take the time to offer suggestions of pet food and serving size that makes sense for your pet’s breed and activity level.
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