They aren’t called “man’s best friend” for nothing. The minute you get your new puppy to the time both you and your dog are old, you want to do your best to care for them and keep them healthy. Nonetheless, between the shots, appointments and products bought for your new friend, becoming a pet parent can seem overwhelming.
If you’re a new pet owner, you might be asking, “Now that I have my new pup, how often do I take them to the vet?” or “Do I even need to take them to the vet?” We’ll cover the answers to these questions as you keep reading.
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