What should I ask my veterinarian at my kitten’s first appointment? - Countryside Veterinary Clinic
I think it's important that you know what to be feeding your kittens, how much water to expect them to drink, how to play with the kitten, how to pick up a kitten, when the next vaccines are due, why we're giving the vaccines, and why it’s important to know when to have your kitten spayed or neutered. Those things I think are good questions to ask your veterinarian.
What should I ask my veterinarian at my kitten’s first appointment? - Prestige Animal Hospital
It’s good to ask how much food to feed your kitten and how much exercise they need. Especially if you're unfamiliar, ask for good resources. Where's the closest emergency facility in case your regular veterinarian is closed? That's always good to know so you're not scrambling at the last minute. We like to give all that information ahead of time, and we direct people to our website, prestigeanimalhospital.com. We have these client resources for a guide to cat care where they can find all that information. Because it can get overwhelming at the visit, we give them a reference to go back to that summarizes what we discussed.
What should I ask my veterinarian at my kitten’s first appointment? - The Drake Center
If you have any specific questions, save them till the end, because they may answer them before you even get there. We like to spend at least a good 30 minutes with clients that have a new kitten and make sure that all their questions are answered, and that they have access to information that they're going to need from home also.
What should I ask my veterinarian at my kitten’s first appointment? - Animal Hospital of Statesville
Any questions that you have. Of course, bring them. Write them down. We encourage you to write them down so that you'll remember them. We give a lot of education. But if you have questions about their nutrition, about how they interact with your other family members or your other pets, those would be good questions to ask us. If you have questions about just what they're doing at home, how they're acting, then ask us, and we're happy to help.