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Choosing a veterinarian isn’t always easy. Not only will you want to find someone who has the knowledge and experience to treat your pet, but you will also want to find someone who adores animals and who’s able to get Fido the loving care he deserves!
Here are some tips on how to choose a veterinarian:
- Ask around. Try asking friends, coworkers or neighbors who have pets which vets they use for their pets. Another option is to ask people who have a lot of experience with animals, such as people who work at animal rescues or dog groomers. Word of mouth is a great place to start.
- Check for accreditation. You’ll want to make sure that whichever veterinarian you choose for your pet is accredited. The American Animal Hospital Association, or aaha.org, is a great place to check for accredited animal hospitals.
- Schedule a consultation with the vet. This will give you the chance to introduce your pet to the vet. You can see if the veterinarian seems like a good fit for Fluffy. While you’re there, you can also check out the office. Make sure everything seems sanitary and that any pets who are there appear safe.
- Determine if you need a vet with a specialty. If you have pets like fish or birds, for example, you’ll want to make sure that the vet is trained to care for these animals.
These are just some tips on how to choose a veterinarian!