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How To Answer Pet Health Questions If You Can't Make It To The Veterinarian

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In addition to getting your pet regular check ups, you can research health conditions in libraries, in books or on the internet. Several reliable sources on the internet are:

There are veterinarians who will make house calls for home bound pet owners. The American Association of Housecall Veterinarians has a locator on its web site at offsite link.


  • The Center for Veterinary Medicine of the Food and Drug Administration advises that pet owners keep a list of all of a pet's medications. 
  • When a new drug is prescribed for your pet, ask questions. For a list of suggested questions, go to offsite link.  Type "10 questions to ask your vet" in the search  box.

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