Veterinary Care for Pets

medi1In a majority of cases, it has been found that people owning animals as pets, have had little or no experience in raising animals at all. The biggest question that confronts them is how to know when the pet can be treated by home remedies and when it should be taken to a vet. The best solution is to always consult the Vet, when in doubt.

Choosing the right Veterinarian for your pet is the most important step. It’s a wise decision to pick a veterinarian just as one would do a family doctor: by results and attitude rather than by superfluous details. In brief, one should look for an interested, honest, up-to-date veterinarian who works on the animal as if it were his own.

Routine Veterinary Care To keep your animals in tip-top shape, a good general program of routine veterinary care is essential.

Routine Vaccinations – A small investment in the needed vaccinations can save your animal’s life as well as prevent more extensive veterinary bills later on

First Aid Kit –In consultation with the Vet, every pet owner must have a first-aid kit ready at home for emergency purposes. Some of the common items can be , cotton, pet nail clippers, rectal thermometer, tweezers, etc.

How Fidelpets can help

dietBalanced Diet

Pets should have a healthy weight and for that they have to be fed a balanced, nutritious diet alongwith following a daily exercise routine. Our Vets can suggest a balanced, nutritious diet and chart out a customized exercise regimen for your pet.

veteVeterinary Examination

Have a veterinarian examine your pet at least once a year to make sure your pet is healthy and to help detect problems earlier. Subscribe for yearly routine checkup plan from our Veterinary Services Section.

vaccKeep your Pets away from Diseases

Vaccinate your pet against potentially deadly diseases such as distemper, parvo, panleukopenia and rabies. Subscribe for yearly vaccination plan from our Veterinary Services Section.

med1Keep your Pet free of Parasites

Keep your pet free of parasites (fleas, ticks, heartworm, etc.) – Consult our groomers, and veterinarian for the best product for your pet and a suitable grooming package.

spaySpay Pet

Spay/Neuter your pet. Consult our vet for more information.