You have the same goal in mind as we do; To keep your pets healthy, happy, pain free and with a great quality of life, for as long as possible.
In order to achieve our unified goal, it requires a team approach when it comes to your pets health care needs. From puppy/kitten care to senior care and everything in-between, providing the right specialized care requires the right knowledge, tools and plan. At MAH we are committed to both you and your pet and will help you in anyway possible to keep them healthy and happy.
If you want to provide the best for your pet then yearly visits with your pets doctor are the essential. Most pet owners have the perception that their pets annual vaccination are the main reason for these yearly visits. This could not be further from the truth. Yes, vaccinations are important but keeping your pet health requires so much more.
It all starts with LISTENING TO YOU. During your pets annual health check our doctors will ask you specific questions that will best help us uncover any specific concerns you may be having with your pets health.
Physical exams provide so much information. During a standard physical exam your pets doctor will check all major body system from eyes, ears, dental health, cardiac exam, respiratory exam, abdominal examination, muscular/skeletal exam etc.
Our doctors are trained to uncover even very subtle differences or changes in your pets body that you may never even known existed.
As your pet reaches their senior years, dogs > 7 yrs and cats > 9 years, it is recommended by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) to have twice a year medical examinations. Why? The reason for this is very simple. After a certain age your pets body begins to change faster and often with the right simple diagnostics and good physical exam we can head-off any problems before they become major problems.
Before breaking down the recommended guidelines for optimal care it is important that you first understand the MAH Good, Better, Best Approach to veterinary health care. At MAH our moral obligation is to provide you with all of your options. That being said, based on your pets age and needs we will provide you with all the options of care and then you choose which best suits your needs.
These guidelines are based on the recommendations and protocols set by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). For more complete information on MAH’s Canine Wellness Plans click here
These guidelines are based on the recommendations and protocols set by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). For more complete information on MAH’s Feline Wellness Plans click here
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