It’s important to find service professionals in your life you like and can trust. There’s nothing worse than having an appointment with a doctor or meeting with your lawyer and they don’t remember you or any of the information you’ve provided them with in the past. Similarly, you want an empathetic vet you trust and get along with because they are ultimately responsible for taking care of your furry friend in good times and in bad. But what attributes make up a good vet exactly? Read on to learn how to find a good vet and what to look for when seeking high-quality veterinary care…
A veterinarian can help answer questions you have regarding your dog’s health concerns. Our experts also bring you guides on how to find a good vet, what to look for and questions to ask, online vet services, and more.
Has your vet recommended a prescription medication called gabapentin for your pup? Many people have never heard of gabapentin, which is primarily a human medication, and wonder what it’s used to treat and if it’s safe for dogs. We’ll give you the lowdown on this drug to answer many of the questions you might have.
Are you considering using an online veterinarian to get advice for your pup? Several websites like JustAnswer give you 24/7 access to licensed vets to help you with medical and behavioral issues from the comfort of your home. JustAnswer, a popular Q&A site, promises quality veterinary advice and fast response times. But you may wonder, is JustAnswer legit? Are their vet experts really qualified to offer the best advice for your pup’s concerns? We’ve got the lowdown on what you can expect with their vet service.
Are you tired of seeing your dog in pain or struggle with decreased agility? Have you tried surgery or other veterinary interventions to help relieve his discomfort but haven’t seen ideal results? If so, it may be time to consider a dog chiropractor. Although not universally accepted as a standard treatment for some common ailments, dog chiropractic is gaining a more solid footing — similar to the state of human chiropractic. And more and more veterinarians are getting the training and certification needed to practice this holistic approach to treatment. We’ll help break down what dog chiropractic is all about, when it can help, where to find help, and more.