Everything You Need to Know About Your Pet Health
Everything You Need to Know About Your Pet Health
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The Basics of Proper Pet Care

Taking good care of your pet is the foundation of being a responsible pets owner or parent. When adopting a pet, it is crucial to recognize that this is a lifelong obligation of furry family members whose health and well-being wholly depends on you.

Fortunately, the unconditional love and happiness that pets bring to our lives are enough to make up for the extra responsibility of having a furry baby at home. To ensure that your pet is healthy and happy, all responsible pet owners must meet the following requirements and be aware of the basics of proper pet care to be a good parent to their furry child.

Keeping a pet is a huge responsibility, and while it can bring rewards, it is not always easy being a pet parent. Fortunately, many useful tips can benefit you and your pet. Here are some useful things experts say pet owners need to know.

Pets Require Yearly Doctor Visits and Health Consultations

If your pet looks healthy, you may be tempted want to postpone their annual vet check-ups, but it is highly advised by pet health experts to go through the emergency vet Perth health check-ups to ensure that your four-legged friend looks as healthy as they seem.

The annual health check at the emergency vet Perth can help you detect health problems as early as possible, while you still have time to intervene, save money and improve the health of your pet.

To keep your pets healthy and active, be sure to take them to the local emergency vet Perth at least once a year for a veterinary inspection. The annual health checkup at emergency vet Perth will help your veterinarian diagnose, treat and prevent problems so that your pet can live a healthier, happiest and longest life.

Pets Require Necessary Vaccinations

Vaccination at emergency vet Perth can prevent many diseases in pets. Vaccines help avoid expensive treatments for preventable diseases. Vaccines can prevent diseases that can spread between animals and from animals to humans. Common wild diseases such as rabies and distemper can infect unvaccinated pets.

All pets must be properly vaccinated to safeguard your pet against deadly infections, some of which can spread to humans as well. Your pet must be vaccinated regularly for both you and your pet safety and healthiness. Vaccinate your pet against life-threatening diseases such as canine distemper, parvovirus, pan-leukopenia, and rabies at emergency vet Perth.

Pets Require Proper Dental Care

Clean teeth and healthy gums are also important to the health of pets. Even if you brush your pet's teeth regularly, they still may need regular professional tooth cleaning at emergency vet Perth.

Veterinary dentistry involves cleaning, adjusting, filing, teeth extractions or restoring a pet’s teeth, and all other aspects of oral care. These procedures must be performed by a veterinarian or a certified veterinarian dentist. The pet's teeth should be checked yearly by emergency vet Perth to find early signs of problems in advance and maintain your pet's oral health.

Pets Require Parasite Control

Get the best preventive parasite care for your pet. Protect your furry buddies from fleas, intestinal worms, heartworms and ticks. If your four-legged friend has symptoms of illness, please take him to the nearest emergency vet Perth or veterinary clinic immediately so that he can recover soon! Keep your pet safe from parasites such as fleas and ticks, heartworms, etc. by consulting your veterinarian to suggest the best parasite preventive product for your pet.

Pets Require Regular Grooming

Frequent and regular grooming is essential to the health, well-being and appearance of pets. An unkempt and untidy coat can become tangled and matted, making it uncomfortable for your pet. Grooming your pet helps in the removal of untied hair and dead skin while circulating skin’s natural oils.


Send your pets to "your pet's vet" grooming service to make them look good and smell great. Another way to keep pets happy and healthy is to groom them regularly (if necessary). A dull coat can be painful and unhealthy for pets. Pets may detest bathing, brushing teeth, trimming nails, and removing fleas/ticks, but grooming is necessary for the health of pets.

Pet Surgery

Your Pet's Vet clinic veterinarians, at emergency vet Perth, are experienced in executing spaying and neutering surgical treatment, tumour removals, laceration, removal of unhealthy tissue from wounds as well as more complex intra-abdominal and orthopedic surgeries.

For small dogs and cats, spaying or neutering is suggested after their vaccine series and before their first heat cycle. Males in dogs and cats hit puberty around five or six months, so spaying and neutering surgical treatment should be done before puberty.

In older pets, neutering is postponed until a little bit later. In general, if you sterilize your pet before the first thermal cycle (which lasts about 6 months), it will reduce your pet's chances of getting mammary cancer.

Warning Signs to look for at home after neutering surgery include swelling, pain or discharge, and redness at the incision site. If they are not responsive, do not want to eat or drink, are overly depressed or tired, bring them immediately to an emergency vet Perth clinic.

Laboratory Tests

Usually, your veterinarian will advise you to perform a blood test on your pet the first time you visit a local emergency vet Perth clinic. Even if your pet looks healthy, blood tests can help lay the foundation for the future health of your pets as preventive measures to reduce the risk of illness.

If your pet shows any abnormal symptoms, the best decision is to take them to the emergency vet Perth clinic. For instance, if your pet experience drastic weight loss or weight gain, or your cat urinate more frequently. Conducting complete blood tests will help determine the underlying cause, helping in initiating appropriate treatment.

The blood test will show a detailed profile of proteins, enzymes and white blood cells that may indicate underlying health conditions. This can help pet owners get better treatment to take care of their pet's health and save expensive veterinary expenses in the future. Usually, diseases such as diabetes, kidney disease, liver disease or anemia can be quickly detected by blood tests, and appropriate treatment can be initiated.

Specialist Referrals

When an animal has an unusual disease or injury, it usually requires experience and specialised equipment to correctly diagnose and treat the problem. If your pet has a problem that requires expert-level knowledge, there are board-certified specialty surgeons rigorously trained in animal healthcare. Your vet would refer you to a recognised specialist, to give your pet the best chance of recovery. A thorough inspection of your pet health is conducted by implementing various surgical and medical procedures and advanced equipment ultrasonography and CT by a board-certified surgeon.

Ophthalmology Referrals

Animals and humans share the 30 most common eye diseases, including eye injuries, infection, cataracts and glaucoma, as well as some rare genetic diseases.

But unlike their owners, pets cannot respond to the eye chart for quick visual assessment, so it is difficult to determine whether the animal has any vision problems. Pets cannot tell us what happened. The diagnosis is made through observing the eyes and the pet's behaviour.

Frequent squinting, clouding of the lens/cornea, gunk in eyes or redness, and colliding into objects, especially at night, maybe early signs of pet eye disease.

Veterinary ophthalmologists can diagnose eye problems that occur alone or are related to other diseases (such as diabetes). When it comes to serious pet vision problems, visiting a veterinary ophthalmologist is the wisest choice. Dr Rob has been working in referral eye practice since 1997 at Your Pet’s Vet and is highly expert in treating and diagnosing animal’s eye ailments.

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