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Wellness for Your Pet: Managing Their Health, Inside and Out

A truly healthy pet needs more than a balanced diet and an active lifestyle. At Animal Medical Center of Austin, our approach to pet health is rooted in taking preventive action. We aim to protect your pet from harmful bacteria, parasites, and infectious diseases with the help of regular check-ups, preventatives, and a full understanding of their health, habits, and lifestyle.

Partner with us to keep your pet well.

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Preventing Illness, Disease, and Other Health Issues

For our beloved dogs and cats, prevention is the key to better health. Due to their shorter lifespans, having yearly check-ups plays a big role in helping them thrive for a maximum number of years. These regular check-ups also give us time to get to know you, your pet, and their needs on a personalized level.

We offer several ways to protect your pet against diseases and parasites:

Dog crouching: Wellness Care in Austin
Dog crouching: Wellness Care in Austin

The Exam

First, we start with a physical exam to assess your pet’s outward health (and oral health) for any sign of problems. With every annual exam, we'll become more familiar with your pet. 

Diagnostics

Next, we suggest blood and fecal testing to screen for parasites and diseases. This gives us a more complete picture of your pet’s overall condition and, if necessary, we can suggest treatment to help.

Vaccinations

Vaccines are another key aspect of your pet’s wellness care. Our veterinarians will always recommend vaccines that best suit your pet’s lifestyle, along with a schedule to keep them on track.

Education

With concern for your pet's health, collaboration is always key. During your visit, we'll answer any questions you have to ensure that we're both on the same page regarding their care.

Dog and kitten in grass: Wellness Care in Austin
Woman laying down with cat: Wellness Care in Austin

Why Parasite Control is Important for Pets

Dogs and cats need routine parasite control to keep fleas, ticks, and various intestinal worms at bay. More than just pests, these parasites can spread disease and cause serious illness, which is why year-round parasite prevention is so important. We also recommend yearly heartworm testing, fecal testing and tick-borne disease testing.

Every Pet Has Their Own Health Needs

All pets are unique and deserve individual health plans to address their needs. From nutrition and behavior to retrovirus testing and dental care, your pet will receive a personalized plan that's flexible to change with their health. Contact us today to get started on a wellness plan for your pet!

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Don't just take our word for it...

We love Dr. Farmer and his staff. We take our cats here and he is good with our cats and gives the best care. We trust him and his knowledge with our babies. He's honest and we recommend him to everyone. Thank you Dr. Farmer!!!

Lori B.

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