10 warning signs you should take your dog to the vet medically reviewed by kaitlyn walsh dvm on july 28 2017 written by eloise porter odd eating habits. Taking your dog to the vet regularly is essential at every life stage its especially important when you first bring him home puppies need a special set of exams and vaccinations as do adopted dogs with an unknown history or existing medical conditions. If your dog is older make that two visits per year this will give your vet the chance to properly examine your dog and determine its health level in these annual visits your vet will complete a physical exam take your dogs temperature and check his heartbeat among other things. Lets take a look at when to take your dog to the vet routine visits every dog needs to visit the veterinarian on a regular basis to have a physical examination receive vaccination boosters and undergo certain health tests. Should i take my dog to the vet my dog scraped his paw bad like the skin or tissue on the bottom of his paw is torn all the way like i can see the inside of his paw and he keeps limping does he need to go to a doctor or rest it off update is there anything i can do from home i dont have the money for vet
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