Newtown Veterinary Center - Appointments
When your pet has an appointment with us, you can help make the visit a more pleasant experience for both of you by following a few simple steps:
- Don't rush. Your pet will be calmer if you aren't in a hurry.
- Be on time. Give yourself extra time to get here and plan to arrive at our office about 15 minutes before your appointment. If you're late, you may have to wait longer or re-schedule.
- Please put your pet in a carrier or on a leash. You don't want your dog or cat to come in contact with a sick animal in our waiting room.
- Tell us. If your pet is new to us, please fill out our patient information form completely. The more we know about your pet, the better able we are to evaluate the animal's health and well-being.
- Bring a stool sample if required. Checking for parasites is included in your pet's Wellness Exam.
- Just ask us. If you have any questions about your pet's behavior, development, diet, hygiene, etc., we're happy to discuss it with you. If there's something you don't understand, say so, and we'll gladly try to clarify it for you.
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