How often should my dog be seen for preventive care? - Advanced Animal Care in Richmond
How often should my dog be seen for preventive care? - The Waggin' Train Veterinary Clinic
Bare minimum once a year but, more realistically, I think twice a year is probably a better schedule to fall into because it allows the dog ... they grow so rapidly and change so rapidly, much more so than us. Seeing an animal on a twice-yearly basis will definitely give you a better chance to pick up on conditions as they emerge, and not once they've been there for six or nine months or even a year.
How often should my dog be seen for preventive care? - Animal Hospital of Statesville
Our general recommendation, as far as the veterinary visit and exam go, is twice yearly for our pets. When they get older, we may talk about more testing and things that need to be done. Preventative care may entail more things throughout the month or the year besides just exams.
How often should my dog be seen for preventive care? - Haywood Road Animal Hospital
Puppies should be seen for preventative care around four times between the ages of 8 to 16 weeks. After that, they should be seen once or twice more during their first year. Adult dogs should be seen at least once a year for preventative care. Senior dogs, aged 6 to 8 and older, should be seen twice a year for check-ups to catch any potential health concerns early on.