To properly maintain your pet’s health, we recommend scheduling wellness appointments
once a year
so the team at McGehee Clinic for Animals can manage your quality of life and give them a clean bill of health.
Schedule your pet’s wellness exam at McGehee Clinic for Animals today!
Pet Healthcare for Every Age
We want to ensure your pet gets off to the right start and maintain their wellness for a lifetime.
What to Expect at Pet Wellness Exams in Memphis, TN
At McGehee Clinic for Animals, our team can provide comprehensive care for your companion including:
Your veterinarian will check your pet for any physical abnormalities by performing:
- An eye exam with an ophthalmoscope
- An ear exam with an otoscope
- A heart exam with a stethoscope
- And examining the teeth, skin, coat, vital signs, body condition, joints and abdominal contents.
We provide these pet wellness exams in Memphis, TN to help your veterinarian address any concerns you may have noticed and can help detect additional issues as well.
Your veterinarian may recommend lab testing to offer a better picture of your pet’s overall health. We suggest performing lab testing at least once a year to check for any indications of internal issues or disease. The sooner we detect a problem, the more effective treatment is for your pet.
We use advanced technology to diagnose and provide treatment for your pet. To ensure the most accurate diagnosis and treatment plan, we can confer with an array of board-certified specialists. We are also equipped to handle internal medicine, which has to do with the diagnosis and treatment of disease inside your pet’s body including:
- Internal Infections
- Kidney/Urinary Disease
- Diseases of the Liver, Gallbladder, Endocrine System (e.g., Diabetes, Adrenal, Thyroid, etc.) and heart disease
Throughout our process, we strive to educate pet owners to help you understand what’s going on with your pet. We believe pet owners are the most important partner in pet care because they know their dog or cat the best!
Our team can also perform blood screenings to assess for symptoms of disease or illness in your pet. This allows us to address these issues before they become a threat to your companion’s well-being. In addition, certain diseases are asymptomatic, which means they may not show any signs of infection until it is progressed.