Young Adolescent Pets

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Adolescent and Young Adult Pets

Every pet has special needs that need to be met to keep them healthy. We provide the vet services that you need to ensure your young dog or cat has the support they need. That includes advice about proper nutrition, updated vaccines and elective surgeries which can make certain pets more comfortable. At Champlin Park Pet Hospital, we’re more than just a pet hospital near you, we focus on the overall wellness of every pet we meet.

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Pet Health Care

There are many common pet health problems and solutions that you’ll need while your pet is still young. In fact, getting started on some health treatments that are sometimes considered for senior pets can give your pet a much healthier life.

For example, there is no reason to wait for dental treatments to keep your pet’s oral health in good order. You can prevent and postpone smelly breath by keeping your pets’ gums and teeth in good condition from a young age!

Good preventative healthcare and routine annual physical examinations will put your pet on track to a long and healthy life. If you have a service or working animal, more frequent veterinary visits may be needed. Work with us to develop an ideal plan to maintain your pet’s optimum health. 

Services for Young Adult Pets

Our services include:

  • Preventative Healthcare
  • Nutrition & Diet
  • Worms and Parasites
  • Vaccinations
  • Dental &Teeth Care

We offer the services that your pet will need as they age, so that we can be a steppingstone throughout your pet’s entire life.

Although we often think of younger pets as being healthy, we can see a variety of issues pop up over a pet’s lifetime, no matter their age. When your pet is feeling sick or not acting like it themselves a vet visit is never a bad idea. Here is a list of symptoms that we would recommend your pet being seen for sooner vs. later.

  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Lack of appetite
  • Accidents in the house
  • Straining to urinate*or poop
  • Mass that is growing rapidly, consistent discharge or seems to bother your pet
  • Lethargic
  • Limping and leg lameness
  • Rash or skin irritation
  • Allergy issues: Shaking and scratching ears, significant itchiness all over, licking or chewing paws, etc.
  • Anything out of ordinary or strange behavior for your pet

*If you have a male cat that is unable to urinate, please seek medical attention immediately. Male cats are prone to urinary blockages, if left untreated for too long, there is a chance of a grave prognosis*

If you notice your pet displaying anything noted above or anything else you are seeing that sparks concern, please don’t hesitate to contact us! We are here to guide you in the correct direction when it comes to common health problems and solutions for your pet. 

Choose Champlin Park Pet Hospital

When you’re looking for the best animal hospital near you, we want to be who comes to mind. We offer routine check-ups and evidence-based advice that you need to make the best health decisions for any growing pet. Contact us to discuss what your pet needs today.