Pet Physical Examinations
Physical examinations are performed to detect signs of illness before they become severe. Some of the most common things your veterinarian looks for include underlying ear and eye disease, dental tarter and gingivitis, body weight, lymph enlargements, abdominal organ abnormalities, and skeletal diseases, such as arthritis.
Pet Physical Examination
All of your pet’s major organ systems are analyzed as part of a thorough medical checkup. During the appointment, we’ll go over your pet’s temperament, appetite, exercise routine, and daily routine. This is also a great opportunity for us to talk about any standard diagnostic procedures that would be helpful for your pet or to suggest any immunizations that might be overdue. Any changes, such as weight increase or loss or other minor changes that might not be noticeable at home, might be noted during the physical examination. Occasionally, data gathered during a physical examination might assist in spotting early symptoms of disease and addressing health problems before they worsen.