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Establish Your Pet With a Reliable Veterinarian

Whether you’ve adopted a tiny kitten or senior dog, ensure your new pet’s health with wellness exams. These exams are great for establishing with the clinic you can turn to when your pet is sick. It also gives you a clear picture of your pet’s overall health, even if they are currently up-to-date on vaccinations and prevention.

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Check For Hidden Health Problems

Life can get away from you and before you know it your pet is over a year behind on their wellness check-ups. We’re here to help get your pet’s health back on track with our comprehensive wellness exams. Get an overall look at your pet’s current health situation and set them up for a healthy future.

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What you need to know about wellness exams

How Often Should My Pet Have a Wellness Exam?

We recommend your pet have at least one wellness exam each year, preferably two. Exam frequency often depends on the age of your pet. A very young or senior pet will need to have more frequent wellness exams to manage more rapid changes in the body.

Why Should My Pet Have Regular Wellness Exams?

Wellness exams can detect diseases and issues that may otherwise go unnoticed until the condition has become severe. Routine wellness exams help to prevent these problems by catching and treating them early. This means lower vet costs overtime for you and a happier more comfortable life for your pet.

How Can I Prepare For My Pet’s Wellness Exam?

You’ll want to know the type of food your pet eats and how much they consume each day. Bring any supplements or medication your pet uses. If you’re going to a new vet, you should bring copies of all their previous medical documents. These can be provided by previous veterinary clinics upon request. Keep track of any questions or concerns you have about your pet’s behavior or health as wellness exams are the perfect time to get an expert answer.

Our wellness exams provide patients with the following services

Our Comprehensive Wellness Exams May Include

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Overall Health Exam

Our vet will check your pet's skin condition, eyes, nose, teeth, ears, and other key points to determine overall health. This can uncover unknown and developing problems that will be more affordable to treat in the early stages.

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Auscultation & Palpation

During your pet's wellness exam, our veterinarian with ausculate (listen with a stethoscope) to your pet's heart and lungs. They will also palpate your pet's lymph nodes, abdomen, throat, and legs to check for concerning irregularities.

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Blood & Fecal Tests

Blood and fecal testing will be carried out during your pet's wellness exam. Pet's will naturally hide signs of weakness which can keep concerning medical conditions hidden until the problem has progressed. Blood and fecal testing gives pet owner's peace of mind knowing their pet is well. It also provides a baseline for future tests.

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Vaccinations

Depending on your pet's species, age, and lifestyle different vaccinations will be necessary. Generally, all pets will receive a rabies vaccine during their annual wellness exam. If you're unsure which vaccinations your pet needs, our team of veterinary experts are here to help.

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Prevention

During your pet's wellness exam, our veterinarian can prescribe prevention medication to protect your pet from fleas, ticks, and heartworms. There are a wide variety of options available for both cats and dogs. If you're unsure which option is right for your pet, our team is here to guide you to the best choice.

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Additional Services for Your Convenience

Save time and skip the groomer. We can provide baths, nail trims, and express your dog’s glands while they are in for their wellness exam. Our team is also available to provide medicated baths or administer medications to your pets if you are unable. Contact us for pricing on these additional services.

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Meet Dr. Qasim

Dr. Bilal Qasim has been serving animals and pet owners in Central Florida for over 17 years. With extended hours, he knows that accidents and injuries don’t always happen at convenient times. Dr. Qasim and his team will care for your pet like they were their own so that you can get back to a normal, healthy life again.

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Windermere’s Top Vet

Meet Dr. Qasim

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Dr. Bilal Qasim has been serving animals and pet owners in Central Florida for over 17 years. With extended hours, he knows that accidents and injuries don’t always happen at convenient times. Dr. Qasim and his team will care for your pet like they were their own so that you can get back to a normal, healthy life again.

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