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Most pet owners love their pets and treat them like their own child. They do everything to take care of them and protect them. They not just provide them with food and shelter, but also take very good care of their health. Just like humans need routine checkup of their health once a year, animals too need this routine check up or annual exams to ensure a healthy lifestyle.

Pets should be taken to a veterinary clinic for regular checkups and routine checkups. In fact, most pet owners do this on a priority basis and have good vets to take care of their animals. Even though a cat or dog looks healthy and does not have any health issues, they should be taken for a routine checkup annually. Regular shots, vaccinations and checkup will ensure animals’ health safety and will benefit them.

When you will search for a reputed dog daycare Dubai for your dog, you need to ensure that your dog is vaccinated. Many of these care facilities only keep dogs that are vaccinated and fit.

During a routine checkup, a vet thoroughly checks the body of the pet from head to toe and performs physical examination. Body temperature of a pet, the inside part of the mouth, eyes, ears and the whole body is properly examined for all kinds of signs and marks or injuries or any other internal problems. Some pets are administered vaccinations and shots and some are also taken for blood tests.

Such regular physical checkups ensuring the healthy condition of a pet. At the checkup, the parts of the pet’s body examined are:

• Teeth, gums and mouth

The mouth, teeth and gums are all checked by a vet thoroughly for any sign of periodontal disease, gingivitis, oral problems and oral cancer. The symptoms which they look for are oral pain, tooth loss, infection and tooth abscesses.

• Vision or Eyes

Vets check eyes for signs, such as cataracts, glaucoma, dry eyes and corneal ulcers. These symptoms should not be left unchecked as these can lead to blindness and loss of eye in the pet animals.

• Ears

Vet checks for ear infection and ear mites as it can lead to hearing loss if untreated.

• Skin

The skin is thoroughly checked for signs of fleas, ticks, mites, allergies, lumps and infections.

• Joints

Vets check the joints for signs of arthritis, degenerative diseases, cancer and hip dysplasia as early detection will help reduce pain and paralysis.