A new vet and clinic is where we landed for our yearly physicals this month. We really liked the old clinic, but they were bought by a big company. All our favorite vets left and they still don’t allow humans inside with their pets. Mom said it was time for a new vet. We gave the Cleary Lake Veterinary Hospital a chance. A friend of ours from dog sports recommended this clinic. It’s hard to switch everything after many years but it is time and we had a great experience.
Our appointments were at the end of the day, thus no cars left in the parking lot. Only us dogs went this year because Mom couldn’t carry the cats, lucky cats! Olivia got the first exam. Boy, the girl needs to be less shy with strangers! She isn’t easy to examine, but she did have a good checkup and came out healthy. Weight is good, teeth are good, nothing wrong with the family baby. She even started to warm up to the new vet.
I was up next and am a really good patient. Sometimes I shake because I’m nervous, but I let the doctor examine me and do everything she needs to do. My check up also came out great. I’m a solid brick, small yet about thirty pounds. My teeth are good, and everything looks good on me. Because my nighttime incontinence has been acting up, I got some new medication and it seems to be working great. No more having to wear panties to bed.
Bailie opted to be the last of us to have her exam. She too is in great shape, has a good weight, and healthy teeth. Bails is eight, and two of her back teeth are a little worn on the ends but nothing bad or that needs to be taken care of. It is common knowledge that so many dogs are overweight which is really sad. For us it is fun to get weighed and checked over because vets are so happy to see fit pets at a good weight.
Don’t forget to schedule your yearly exam when it is due. There is no replacement for good health. No one likes to go to the vet, except cat bro Bert, but it is so very important!
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