Even if the dog is perfectly healthy, it is important to take it to the veterinarian for annual checks. When you walk, your vet will undoubtedly ask some general questions about your dog that will help them to detect any problems that may affect your pet
Probably two of the first questions will be: How much feed your dog and how often feeds you? This may explain why your dog is overweight or underweight. Veterinarians often like to hear about feeding your pet twice a day. Depending on how much you give your dog, your vet says it’s okay to give them a little more, or that you need to reduce in order to help the dog to reach an acceptable weight.
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What about the quality of food? That includes food in age category (puppy, adult or senior), as well as brands like Purina and Iams. A veterinarian can not be open to other brands.
How often do you take the dog out for walks or playing? It is important to answer this honestly, although not as much as you want. The veterinarians will usually be looking for at least one trip a day, maybe more (depending on the breed and age of the dog).
How often exempts dog too? If your dog does not poop at least once a day, your vet say something is wrong. It is important to tell your vet how frequently and if the amount or the consistency has changed recently. If there are any irregularities, there may be problems in the dog’s intestinal system.