Houston Preventative Care & Wellness for Pets
Proactively Keep Your Pets Happy & Healthy
The core tenet of preventative care is avoiding disease before it happens. Clear Lake City Veterinary Clinic believes that preventative medicine for your pets is one of the best things you can do for their quality of life. Regular checkups and wellness exams are essential parts of a preventative care plan for your pet. By staying on top of your pet’s health early and regularly, we’ll be able to identify issues before they manifest into something much more serious.
Tailored Care for Your Pet
Every pet is unique and the staff at Clear Lake City Veterinary Clinic will treat your pet as such. By bringing your pet in for a regular wellness exam in Houston, you’re allowing us to get to know you and your pet, as well as helping us identify specific considerations for your pet’s health.
Issues that could affect a pet’s preventative health plan include:
- Preexisting conditions
Any of the factors above could affect what measures we will recommend for your pet’s overall health and wellbeing. We prioritize the long-term health of your pet so that you and your family can enjoy many, many years together.
What goes into a preventative care plan?
- Nutrition planning
- Behavioral assistance
- Chiropractic care
- Therapeutic lasers
- Dental exams
- Parasite control
- Regular blood work
Our Houston veterinarians may recommend other services as well, depending on many factors that affect your pet. Remember, the goal is preventing disease before it happens and all of our preventative services enable us to get a more complete picture of your pet’s overall health.
Elderly Pet Care
Senior pets can still benefit from preventative care! Thinking ahead to prevent future disease can go a long way to enhancing your elderly pet’s quality of life. At Clear Lake City Veterinary Clinic, we believe that preventative care for senior pets can help them live out their golden years as happy and as healthy as possible.
Just like younger pets, elderly pets will be evaluated to determine what preventative care will look like for them. There are some considerations for senior pets that don’t apply to younger pets, such as bone and joint health or concerns from degenerative diseases. We’ll listen to you about your aging pet’s needs and help come up with solutions. We’ll also take the time to educate you about the signs that indicate your pet might be struggling. As with any pet, the sooner you notice changes in their health or behavior, the sooner we can treat them.
All pets should visit their veterinarian regularly. Get started with a wellness exam today – call (281) 488-0789 to schedule an appointment.
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