Why do people bring their pets to the vet?

In one study, 95% of pet parents consider their pets a part of their family. People are spending more on their pets, and they’re more willing to bring them to the vet for regular checkups. Vet expenses vary widely depending on what services your veterinarian is providing.

When to bring your dog to the vet?

Diarrhea, blood in the stool, and constipation are all reasons to contact your veterinarian. If you’re not able to bring in a stool sample to be tested, be sure to snap a photo of your pet’s feces to show your vet if needed. Having a hydrated pet is a good thing, but if they are drinking more than usual they may not feel well.

What can vettriage do for you and your pet?

VetTriage gives you instant video televet sessions with a licensed and experienced veterinarian to advise you and your pet on the next step in a time of need! Pet emergencies do not always occur during the normal business hours of your family veterinarian; this is where VetTriage is here to help!

How much does a visit to the vet cost?

A typical visit to the veterinarian can cost as little as $50 depending on the pet being examined and their needs. But, as we mentioned before, those costs can go up if your pet has an unexpected illness or if they need other types of routine care.

What should I bring to the vet’s office?

If you choose a vet’s office, bring your pet’s bed with you — or a comfy blanket or pillow — where she can rest. Most vets will provide a blanket, bugt one from home may be more soothing to you pet,

When is bring your cat to the vet day?

August 22nd is National Bring Your Cat to the Vet Day, and the perfect opportunity to schedule your cat’s routine check-up. Here are some brochures, flyers, and infographics to help you prepare for the veterinary visits and ways to help reduce the stress for you and your cat.

What should I do before taking my dog to the vet?

Here are a few things you can do to plan for a comfortable visit: Play with him or take him for a walk before leaving for the vet. If your dog is small enough, consider taking him to the vet in a carrier. Keep your dog calm in the waiting room. Veterinary clinics and hospitals are often very busy.

When to contact a veterinarian for pet travel?

As soon as you know your travel details, contact your local veterinarian to assist with the pet travel process. Factors to consider may include meeting time frames for obtaining a health certificate, updating vaccinations, diagnostic testing, or administration of medications/ treatments.