The doctor may check your cat’s blood for contagious viral diseases including FIV and FeLV and for heartworms, too. He may perform additional blood work and a urinalysis on your pet to evaluate major organ function. Although twice-yearly medical visits are the norm for adult dogs and cats, young animals see the veterinarian monthly as they go through an initial series of immunizations necessary to protect them from a variety of contagious diseases.
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They will be dewormed often to protect them and their owners from intestinal parasites. Immunizations are an important part of a pet’s well-health care even beyond puppy and kitten time. Booster vaccinations are necessary to maintain an adequate level of immunity against contagious diseases.
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