A certain pup around here is especially pouty and tired today. Why? Because she visited the dreaded V-E-T yesterday for her annual exam. Except for the fact that this girl could stand to lose a tad bit of weight, she passed her exam with flying colors.
Though Astrid will spend most of her day napping and pouting, she still wishes you all a wonderful Wednesday!
Doodle of the Day:
Did you know?Did you know that some studies have found that twice as many dogs visit the vet each year when compared to cats? Some of the reasons cited for not taking a cat, or even a dog, to the vet include that the animal is not sick, the animal is too difficult to handle and transport, and that vet care is not affordable. Some study results even indicated that more people consider dogs to be a member of the family when compared to cats, which could be another reason why more dogs are vetted each year than cats. No matter whether your furbaby is a cat, dog, or other species altogether, it is important to remember that annual vet visits can help prevent and catch diseases before they progress too far. There are a variety of options for safely getting a cat, or dog, proper veterinary care, and there are even options for payment and the like. Veterinary care is a very important thing for the health and happiness of our kitties and pups, but I'm thinking I don't need to tell all of you that.