Your pet is an important member of your family, which is why you want to ensure it has the greatest care possible. At South Federal Animal Hospital, we offer comprehensive veterinary care that includes the following:
Just like you need a check-up each year, these visits are essential for your pet, too. During these visits, your pet is provided with a head-to-tail exam to make sure that everything is going well. If we've noticed any potential issues during past visits, wellness visits allow us to track the signs and catch problems early. These visits are also when your pet gets the vaccinations it needs to fight common illnesses and stay healthy.
Pet Dental Care
Your pet’s teeth need attention, too. In addition to keeping their teeth clean, pet dental care can also help prevent certain diseases that bacteria in the mouth can cause. While wellness visits provide dental hygiene care, there may be times when your furry friend needs cleanings, extractions, and more to keep your pet’s mouth healthy. Also, our team will provide you with guidance and recommendations for ways to keep your pet’s teeth even healthier between visits.
Comprehensive veterinary care includes taking care of your pet when things don’t go quite as planned. Just like you can pick up illnesses and develop diseases, so can your pet. Though preventative care reduces the risk of needing sick visits, it can still happen.
Treatment for Ongoing Conditions
Wellness visits – and even sick visits – can bring to light chronic illnesses and diseases. When this happens, your pet will likely need more than annual visits to stay healthy. Our veterinarians can be with you and your pet every step of the way, ensuring that every possible solution is explored.
Spaying and Neutering
Everyone knows that spaying and neutering prevent pets from having babies, but did you know it might also save your pet’s life? Studies have shown that pets who are not spayed or neutered tend to be sicker and at a higher risk of cancer than those that are intact.
Flea and Tick Prevention
Fleas and ticks not only irritate your pet – they are a health risk. They carry diseases, such as Lyme disease. Flea and tick prevention can keep these pests from spreading to your pet and your family.