Physical Examination:

  • Review of the pet’s medical history and any specific concerns raised by the owner.
  • Assessment of the pet’s weight, temperature, pulse, and respiration rate.
  • Examination of the pet’s eyes, ears, mouth, skin, coat, and overall body condition.
  • Palpation of the abdomen and other body parts to check for any abnormalities or signs of pain

Diagnostic Testing:

  • Blood tests to evaluate organ function, blood cell counts, and screen for diseases such as diabetes, hyperthyroidism, and other conditions
  • Urinalysis to assess kidney function and screen for urinary tract infections or other issues
  • Fecal testing to check for intestinal parasites


  • Ensuring that the pet is up to date with all necessary vaccinations based on their lifestyle and risk factors

Discussion and Counselling:

  • Guidance on nutrition, exercise, behaviour, and preventive care tailored to the pet’s specific needs
  • Addressing any questions or concerns raised by the pet owner

Additional Services:

  • Microchipping for identification and safety purposes
  • Recommendations for preventive treatments such as parasite control and dental care

By including these components in a routine check-up, veterinarians can provide comprehensive care to ensure the health and well-being of pets.