Preventative Veterinary Medicine in Spring, TX
Preventative Care for Happy, Healthy Pets
Preventative medicine is the practice of taking steps to prevent disease before it can become a bigger issue, with the theory that it is much easier to prevent in the first place than it is to try to cure a disease down the line. We believe that preventative care is one of the best things you can do for your pet’s health, longevity, and overall quality of life. Your Spring veterinarian will work with you to help your pet get the preventative help they need in order to live their best lives.
Elements of a preventative care plan can include services such as:
- Flea and tick prevention
- Regular wellness exams
- Spaying or neutering
Each of the above services are just small steps that you can take to protect and preserve your pet’s health for the long term. Our veterinary team will craft a preventative approach to your pet’s ongoing medical care that is tailored to meet their specific needs by working to get to know both you and your pet.
Even if your pets are the same age or species, no two animals share the exact same medical needs. Your Spring veterinarian will take time to get to know you and your pet so that we can most effectively address their ongoing health needs. Characteristics like your pet’s age, breed, and preexisting conditions will affect what our team recommends for your pet.
During their regular wellness exam, we will examine your pet from nose to tail and ask you questions about your pet’s medical history or if you’ve noticed any recent changes to their behavior. All of these factors will affect what we recommend for your pet’s continued medical care.
Senior Pets & Preventative Care
Your senior pet still deserves the same level of preventative care during their golden years as they received when they were young. Preventative care for elderly pets can be a huge help to both your wallet and to ensure your pet is able to enjoy their retirement years in health and comfort.
Our team will help you keep track of your aging pet’s health during their regular wellness exams. If you have any concerns about their health, or if you’ve noticed any deterioration in your pet’s condition, we’ll be happy to help! We’ll educate you about the signs to watch out for that might indicate your pet might be struggling. Our goal is to help you help your pet live their best life for as long as possible!
Serving the Spring Community Since 1990
We Treat Each Pet Uniquely With a Variety of Treatments
Our Team is Committed to Our Clients & Each of Their Pets
We Have Up-to-Date & Modern Equipment to Handle All Cases