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Whether you're taking home a new puppy or kitten from a responsible breeder, or you're adopting from a rescue or animal shelter, keeping your pet healthy is a top priority. That means pet check-ups come becomes an important part of your pet's routine. The first step is to find a veterinarian in Charlotte that will be there for your pet for both wellness exams as well as for times when your pet is sick, injured, or in need of shots or other medical services, such as spay or neuter surgery.
At Compassionate Care Veterinary Hospital of Charlotte, you'll find that our vet in Charlotte, Dr. Trish Johnson has a strong commitment to the overall health and wellness of your pet whether she is conducting pet exams in Charlotte, or helping your pet get through some other health concern you'll find her compassion for your pet shines through,
Dr. Johnson's love and compassion for animals began as a child, and her dedication eventually led her to pursue a career as a veterinarian and become the owner of Compassionate Care Veterinary Hospital. Before becoming a vet in 2005, she had been working with animals and in other capacities in the veterinary profession since 1995, and is proud to be the go-to animal hospital in Charlotte for many pet owners.
While pet exams in Charlotte can vary depending on specific health concerns for your pet, there are several common components and things that are looked into during most pet check-ups. Most pets should get a wellness exam at least yearly, and sometimes more often if they are very young, are senior pets, or have specific health concerns.
During an exam, your vet may check your pet's vital signs and reflexes, weight, and may check for parasites and perform blood tests and urinalysis. She also performs a head to tail examination that will identify any lumps or growths that might be cause for concern or signs of dental disease. She may ask you questions about your pet's behavior and if you have noticed any recent changes. In many cases, wellness exams are performed concurrently when your pet is due for their required vaccinations.
If it has been a while since your pet has seen the vet, or if you've moved into the Charlotte area, Dr. Trish Johnson at Compassionate Care Veterinary Hospital of Charlotte would love to meet you and your pet.
Contact us at 704-847-4796 to schedule an appointment.
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I have used Dr Johnson ever since she opened this office and my pets love her to death. She is very caring and does not rush you and always answers your questions in layman's terms. She loves her work along with her associates.