Pet Wellness Exams

At WNC Veterinary Hospital in Arden and Asheville, NC, we believe that preventive care is the foundation of your pet’s health and happiness. Pet wellness exams are a vital aspect of our commitment to ensuring your furry companion’s well-being.

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Understanding Pet Wellness Exams

A Comprehensive Approach to Pet Health

Pet wellness exams are thorough, nose-to-tail health check-ups designed to assess your pet’s overall well-being. These exams focus on preventive care, allowing our veterinarians to detect potential issues early and provide timely interventions.

Our Pet Wellness Exam Services

Physical Examination

A detailed physical examination is conducted to evaluate your pet’s overall health, including their weight, coat condition, and any signs of discomfort.

Dental Check-Up

Dental health is an integral part of your pet’s well-being. Our veterinarians assess dental hygiene and provide guidance on maintaining good oral health.

Vaccination Review

We review your pet’s vaccination history, ensuring that they are up-to-date on essential vaccines for their age, lifestyle, and potential exposure to diseases.

When are Pet Wellness Exams Necessary?

  • Puppy and Kitten Visits: Early wellness exams for young pets establish a foundation for a healthy life.
  • Adult Pet Check-Ups: Regular exams for adult pets help maintain optimal health and address any emerging issues.
  • Senior Pet Wellness: As pets age, more frequent wellness exams become essential to address age-related health concerns.

Benefits of Pet Wellness Exams

Early Detection of Issues

Regular exams enable our veterinarians to detect and address potential health issues early, preventing the progression of diseases.

Tailored Preventive Care

Based on your pet’s individual needs, we create a customized preventive care plan, including vaccinations, dental care, and nutritional guidance.

Strengthening the Bond

Pet wellness exams provide an opportunity for you to discuss your pet’s behavior, diet, and any concerns you may have. This strengthens the bond between you, your pet, and our veterinary team.

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