One way Banfield helps make preventive care more accessible is by offering Optimum Wellness Plans. These are customizable packages of preventive veterinary care at a predictable monthly price. Centered on preventive care and early disease diagnosis, wellness plans include deeply discounted offerings like comprehensive examinations, routine vaccinations, regular bloodwork and dental cleanings.
Yes, your dog can get the flu! Just like you take precautions to minimize the chance and impact of the flu for your family, you can do the same for your pup.
Even if you feed your pet nutritious food in the right amount and provide ample opportunity for daily exercise, you might notice your pet is putting on a few unexplained pounds. What gives?
Worried your pet might be suffering from osteoarthritis? If they're limping, experiencing joint stiffness, are slow to get up, or hesitant to play or climb stairs, you might be right.
If you’ve welcomed a furry friend into your family, you are part of a growing trend among Hispanic households. Between 2007 and 2016, the number of Hispanics with pets in their homes nearly doubled from 11.4 million to 20.4 million, as pet ownership rates among Hispanics grew from 40 percent to 55 percent, according to a report from Packaged Facts .
There are many physical features that make our pets so adorable and Instagramable – from floppy ears to goofy faces.
But many of those same features come with specific health considerations. Veterinary care is not one-size-fits-all. That’s why it’s so important to develop a relationship with a veterinarian you trust, so you can take proper care of your pet in every environment.
Spaying or neutering is one of the first decisions you can make to give your pet the best chance of a happy, healthy life.