Annual exams are your pet’s first line of defense. We focus on preventative care and recommend our patients have a wellness check-up annually, which includes a full nose-to-tail physical exam as well as a dental exam.
Sultan Veterinary Clinic’s comprehensive annual exams include checking their overall health by taking their temperature, examining skin and coat, lung and cardiac function, internal health, oral hygiene, eyes, ears, and demeanor.
Dental Care: We recommend annual dental cleanings and can show you tips for brushing your pet’s teeth, which can reduce the need for expensive extractions and more serious dental work down the line.
Parasite Control: Preventing fleas, ticks and worms in the first place is much easier and ultimately less expensive than getting rid of them after they’ve infested your pet. We recommend monitoring your pet and having them screened for internal parasites regularly, and we offer a variety of alternatives for flea, tick and heartworm prevention.
Proper Nutrition: Proper nutrition is important to your pet’s good health, and we can help you decide what’s best for your pet and your lifestyle.
Behavioral Evaluation: Changes in mood or behavior can often be a symptom of an underlying medical condition. Swiftly addressing these shifts can help to identify and treat the root cause.
Skin and Coat Care: Grooming and washing are fundamental aspects of proper pet hygiene. Proper skin and hair care can prevent things like mange, matting, bacterial infections and more.
Senior Animals: At Sultan Veterinary Clinic, we love older pets! We also know that preventative care is even more significant for them. Dogs and cats age much more rapidly than humans, so diseases and illness progress faster as well. We recommend twice-yearly exams and screenings for seniors to help prolong and improve the quality of their life.
Keeping your pet up to date on immunizations and booster shots is a highly effective way to prevent many common diseases and infections. Beyond those core vaccines, your pet’s age, lifestyle, and likely exposure to certain diseases will be evaluated before we recommend additional inoculations.