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Posted on 05-18-2017
Adopting a puppy or kitten is an exciting milestone, but it is also a huge responsibility. To help your new four-legged friend feel at home and have a leg up on life, Seminole Animal Hospital and Econ River Hospital, your Orlando and Sanford veterinarian, celebrate puppy and kitten awareness month with these helpful vet tips.
A new puppy or kitten brings a lot of love and a lot of work. That's why we recommend scheduling a veterinary hospital appointment within 48 hours of adoption. Here's what to expect at your first animal clinic visit in Orlando and Sanford FL.
At your first hospital appointment, we will do a dental examination and check for common kitten and puppy problems, such as worms and ear mites. We will advise a feeding schedule, set up a vaccination schedule and discuss when your animal should be spayed or neutered. If dental problems do arise, our hospital is equipped to provide full cleanings and extractions under anesthesia. At every vet appointment, we encourage you to ask any questions you have about your new pet or about our services.
At Seminole Animal Hospital & Pet Resort and Econ River Animal Hospital, we offer veterinary specials to ensure your animal gets the best care at the best value. Call us to discuss our new client special for a free healthy pet exam. For comprehensive care, ask about our 12-month VIP package that includes one complimentary grooming and boarding. From our office staff to our vets, we are here to provide personal care for your and your new pet at our two convenient locations.
Visit our Seminole location at 2515 W 25th St, Sanford, FL 32771. Call Seminole at 407-330-7387.
Find Econ River at 15220 E Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32826. Call Econ River at 407-568-0724.
What's your biggest health concern for your kitten or puppy? Let us know in the comments.
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