As a loving animal owner, you undoubtedly want to spend as many years with your dog or cat as possible. Unfortunately, our canine and feline companions have much shorter lives than our own, and the time to say goodbye will eventually come. You may also be faced with the decision of determining exactly when that “goodbye” should happen.
March is Pet Poison Prevention Month, and here at VetCheck Pet Urgent Care Center, we would like to take this opportunity to share some vital information with our clients. As you may know, we offer pet poison control in Indianapolis. What you may not know, though, are what signs to look for that could indicate that your pet has ingested a poisonous or toxic substance. Keep reading to learn more and to discover what you should do if you suspect poisoning in your pet.
February is National Pet Dental Health Month, and here at VetCheck Pet Urgent Care Center, we want to take this opportunity to share a bit about why dental care is so important to your pet’s overall health. The truth is, the vast majority of pets - 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats - show signs of some type of oral health problem
You probably already know that you and your kids need to see the dentist regularly for routine cleanings and exams. Did you know, though, that routine dental care is equally important for pets? Just like humans, dogs and cats need to have their teeth inspected and cleaned regularly. They may also need to have teeth extracted or
Having your pet vaccinated is a vital step in helping to ensure their long-term health, happiness, and well-being. When you add a new kitten to your family, making sure that they receive the appropriate vaccines protects them against a wide range of preventable (and potentially deadly) diseases. Keep in mind, too, that the vaccinating your
For most pet parents, the thought of becoming separated from their companion is a frightening one. Unfortunately, though, pets get lost more often than most of us would like to believe. Even when animal owners do their best to keep their dogs or cats confined to their homes, yards, vehicles, leashes, etc., sometimes, the unthinkable
As a responsible pet parent, you want what’s best for your canine or feline companion. And as an animal lover, you should want what’s best for the other animals in your community, too. Having your pet spayed or neutered is one of the most responsible choices you can make. It helps cut down on the unwanted pet population and ensures
Whether you are going on an extended vacation or you will just be away overnight, you need someone who you can rely on to care for your canine or feline companion. You could ask your neighbor to stop in or drop your pet off at a boarding facility, but what happens if there is a problem? For the ultimate peace of mind when you are in
When it comes to ensuring your pet’s long-term health, vaccinations are crucial. They are highly effective in protecting companion animals against all sorts of potentially deadly diseases, and in some cases, they are required by law. Whether you have a new puppy or kitten or you have recently adopted an older animal with
Looking for a great source of low-cost preventive care for your furry friend? VetCheck Pet Urgent Care Center offers more than just emergency care for pets! We also serve as an affordable pet vaccine clinic for Indianapolis area cats and dogs. As your pet’s advocate, we take their health and well-being seriously, making sure they get the
We know how scary it can be when your pet is in need of urgent care. VetCheck Pet Urgent Care Center is a full-service urgent care pet clinic serving the Carmel and the surrounding communities. Our veterinarian and pet care team works to treat pets with urgent care needs while using evidence-based medicine in order to ensure that
When you are a parent to a dog or cat, ensuring that they receive proper veterinary care is vital. Just like you and your kids need to go to the doctor for exams, vaccinations, and when you are not feeling well, animals need to go to the vet. Whether you are a new pet parent or you have relocated to the area with your four-legged