1. How do I know if my pet needs to see a Veterinarian?
Anytime anything abnormal arises with your pet such as: Vomiting, diarrhea, collapse or fainting, loss of appetite, weight loss, trouble breathing, trouble urinating or passing stool, frequent urination, seizure, bleeding, coughing, bloating, bloody diarrhea, vomit or urine, and weakness.
2. Can I just get a prescription?
It is extremely difficult to accurately diagnose your pet over the phone. It wouldn’t be fair (or professional) to you or your pet if one of our Veterinarians wrote a prescription for a problem that wasn’t certain. There are many underlying issues our Veterinarians watch for, so please refer to the list above if you’re in doubt whether or not to make an appointment. If your pet shows one or more of those symptoms it is best to have one of our Veterinarians examine him or her.