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A to Z Of Pets
Years ago a family pet received minimal pet care at best. In recent years Veterinary Medicine has benefited from advances in diagnostic and treatment options. At Amarpets Medical Center we firmly believe in preventive care for your pet. This includes annual wellness visits, surgery, proper life stage nutrition and vaccinations
Pets with special medical needs can be referred to Veterinarians who specialize in almost every area that human medicine does, such as Cardiology, Orthopedics, Oncology, Dermatology and Neurology.
We recommend an annual physical exam for pets under 8 years of age and twice yearly for pets that have reached their golden years. Keep in mind that pets age much more rapidly than their people and some age related diseases caught in the early stages can often be controlled through medications and even simple dietary changes.
We recommend an appropriate wellness care schedule for your pet based on it’s age and lifestyle. Please visit our Pet Care pages for more information.
We are well equipped to perform all routine surgeries for your pet. Which covers a wide range of non-routine type surgeries, in special cases we provide referral to an appropriate specialist on need basis. In order ensure safty for your pet we will : Perform pre-anesthetic blood tests for all pets over the age of 7 Give pre-op sedation to minimize anxiety. Give post-op pain medication as needed.
We have a team of three experienced groomers who offer such services on pre-scheduled appointment from Monday through Friday.
Your pet’s nutritional requirements will change during the various stages of growth – adulthood to senior years. A healthy adult dog does not require the same protein content in it’s food as a puppy does. A cat with early signs of kidney disease should not be fed the same food as a healthy older cat. We can help you make the right choices for your pet’s nutritional needs based upon its age, activity levels, and overall health.
A to Z Of Pets
A: You should look for a puppy food that will provide 100% of the nutrients needed for a complete and balanced diet. His food should include; protein for strong muscles; calcium for strong bones and teeth; iron for healthy blood: and enough calories for all the energy a puppy burns. Choosing a pet food that has a balanced nutritional formula for the various life stages (puppy, adult, senior) will help ease the transition from puppy to adult food for your dog.
A: Young puppies should be fed three times a day. Once he is four or five months old, he can be fed twice a day. After he is eight to nine months old, the feeding schedule can be reduced to once a day. If he is a larger breed, you may continue feeding him twice a day throughout his life. Proper feeding amounts should be listed on the pet food package. You should also consult your vet to determine a feeding schedule.
A: A puppy’s jumping is his way of welcoming people. The first step in solving this behavior problem is to teach your dog the “sit” and “stay” commands. To correct your puppy in the act, grab his front paws and hold them tightly for a few seconds and give the command “sit.” After paw grabbing has been used several times, you, a family member or a guest should try to intercept the approaching dog before it jumps. Give the “sit” command and praise your puppy if he obeys. Following this procedure consistently should eventually communicate to your puppy that he does not need to jump to receive affection from you or anyone else.