How To Treat Your Pet With Prevention

Preventing illness and diseases through these methods of prevention will help your pet live their best life, and who doesn’t want that?

Pets age faster than we do which means that their diseases can advance more quickly too!  At Brook Farm Veterinary Center we encourage using different methods of prevention when caring for your pet, as we believe this helps extend their life. We focus on wellness and prevention as it helps us build a stronger bond with our clients and patients.

Preventative Care 

Wellness exams, also sometimes called Preventative care exams, are crucial for your pet’s health and well-being. At Brook Farm Veterinary Center we provide an in-depth analysis of your pet’s overall health and together we will work with you to establish baselines for your pet. We’ll even help you zero in on the foods and ingredients that work best for them to ensure they’re at their healthiest weight. We pride ourselves on meticulously inspecting your pet from tooth to toe and we will make sure that your pet is happy and fear-free while we do so. Should our team discover something that needs to be treated, we’ll personalize a treatment plan specific to your pet, explaining the steps to take to get them back in tip-top shape. 

Included In Your Pet’s Exam:

Dental Care

Dental care in pet’s is often overlooked.  It’s unfortunate that is the case because our four-legged friends can’t really maintain their dental hygiene themselves. Think about it, dogs can’t brush their own teeth like we can.  Because of this, they often experience plaque build up, decay, dental diseases and stinky bad breath!  We encourage a dental cleaning for your pet at least once per year as we see a lot of dental diseases progress into larger issues if not treated in a timely manner. 

Learn more about how you can help your pet with their dental care routine in our blog: How To Introduce Your Pet To Daily Tooth Brushing?

Spay and Neuter

As a pet parent, spaying or neutering your puppy or kitten is an important decision in their early life. We know having a surgery performed on your fur baby can be scary. But our team of highly trained veterinarians can perform this routine surgery using the best safety measures, in a warm, welcoming environment.  Besides avoiding pregnancy, spaying and neutering can also have other health benefits for your pet.  Having this surgery performed can decrease the risk of breast, ovarian, uterine, and testicular cancers in our pets along with having other health and behavioral benefits. 


The best way to avoid illnesses that can turn fatal is to stay on top of your pet’s vaccine schedule. Our team at Brook Farm Veterinary Center promise to help you by keeping your pet up to date on their latest vaccines and sending reminders when your pet is due.  

Weight and Nutrition

Each breed is different when it comes to weight and nutrition.  Brook Farm Veterinary Center’s team of highly trained professionals will help you determine your pet’s best weight depending on their breed and lifestyle. If your pet is experiencing weight gain or weight loss we will help you find the best ingredients to maintain your pet’s healthiest weight.


If you notice your pet exhibiting any strange or unwarranted behavior, call your friends at Brook Farm Veterinary Center. We are here to help both you and your pet!  We will teach you techniques to get your pet to act their best.

Prevention Saves Money! 

Think about it, having a healthier pet means that you will incur less unexpected costs that are associated with an unhealthy pet. Take it from us, unexpected veterinary care or surgery costs a lot more than preventative care does.  Preventing illness and diseases through these methods of prevention will help your pet live their best life, and who doesn’t want that?

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