Friday, April 24, 2020

When Was Your Pet’s Last Blood Test?


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Sadly a pet's life cycle is more rapid than a human’s and if it has been more than a year for your dog, that's the equivalent of 7 years! Would you wait 7 years before having your lab tests done? Pet health issues can sneak up suddenly even if no outward symptoms are present. Senior pets should be tested every 6 months and younger pets annually. Lab tests can detect health issues early giving you an opportunity to try to help your pet sooner. Many vets are offering drop-off pet exams with your health and safety in mind. Please take a moment to look through your pet’s records. Lab tests are important and early detection saves lives.