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If your pet has a medical emergency, please telephone us immediately at 914-279-3868 to schedule an appointment. Our dedicated team of veterinarians and technicians are available around the clock to provide expert care for your pet.
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October is National Pet Wellness Month, and you guessed it, we are going to help you get educated on how to keep your pet healthy & fit! Together, let’s put preventative care at the forefront. Read below for some tips and guidelines for your pet’s wellness.
This is a great opportunity for you and your vet to have a detailed conversation about your pet’s health. You should make sure to review your pet’s vaccination status and also ask any questions you may have about changes you notice in your pet’s health/behavior. This is the time to really connect with your veterinarian. After all, you are your pet's spokesperson.
Although we don't like to admit it, prevention is possible! Talk to your veterinarian about getting your pet on the right diet & exercise regime based on their current age and health condition.
This procedure curbs pet overpopulation and reduces the risk of unwanted pets that could be euthanized each year. It can also reduce the risk cancer and prevent mammary and testicular tumors and uterine infections.
A healthy mouth means a healthy pet! Have your pet’s teeth & oral health checked annually by your veterinarian. Make sure to ask how to properly brush your pet’s teeth and what kind of at home prevention is available for your pet.
As animals age, their dietary & exercise requirements change. Talk to your veterinarian today to discuss the options for safely caring for your senior pet. In most cases, a change in diet can decrease the workload on the kidneys and help prevent diseases from developing.
The Animal Health Center at Veterinary Village is a state-of-the-art Animal Hospital located in Westchester County. We are dedicated to providing the highest quality of care to our patients and are passionate about educating our clients and their caretakers on healthy lifestyles. For more information visit our website at www.emergencyvet.org, or make an appointment to meet with our medical professionals by calling us today at (914) 941-4904.