Your Puppy's (Next) Best Friend—Your Veterinarian
Your puppy’s veterinarian will be their best friend and your most trusted ally. In your lifelong commitment to your puppy’s health and happiness, make the experience positive and rewarding from your first vet visit on. Pack a comfort bag to ensure you’ve brought all their favorite things, from a cozy blanket that smells like home, to savory chews and yummy treats.
Ask your veterinarian if you can drop in for happy visits to play and sniff about the waiting room, perhaps when the hospital is empty. Socialize the animal hospital with joyful memories!
Are you concerned about the rising costs of veterinary care in America? You’re not alone. Many people are unsure who to trust or where to go for honest advice about their pet healthcare options.
It used to be that veterinarians could set up shop in a garage or barn. Nowadays, their hospitals are held to the same standards as a doctor’s office. With animal science on the rise, there are so many opportunities for your veterinarian to cure your pet’s accidents and ailments with the latest in modern science. While that’s great news, this standard of care also comes with a high price tag.
So what’s the answer? Human-grade health care needs to come with human-grade insurance. You can’t have one without the other. Having pet insurance gives you the peace of mind that you’ll have a partner in covering your pet’s healthcare costs. Spot Pet Insurance may be able to cover your qualified vet visits and annual exams.
At Spot, we’re all pet lovers first and foremost. We believe in a team approach to taking care of your pet’s health; we want to be a part of that journey.
Did You Know...?
SPOT is thrilled to provide these five insights from Sarah Hodgson, author of Puppies for Dummies, trainer, and pet behavior expert. Rejecting an alpha-centric approach, Sarah encourages her audience to look at the world through their puppy's eyes, using food and fun to encourage cooperation and connection. SPOT is proud to connect with Sarah Hodgson, A veteran in the fear-free movement, to offer a well-balanced approach to pet training.