Bethlehem New Pet Wellness Exams
Give Your Pet the Gift of Good Health
Adding a new pet to your family can be both exciting and stressful. There’s so much to learn about them! A new pet can also change your daily life, in both positive and negative ways. But the most important thing that you can do for your new family member is to ensure they receive proper and regular medical care. At Wright Veterinary Medical Center, we offer new pet wellness visits to get your pet started on the right paw. Whether you’ve adopted a puppy or kitten, or added a bird to your crew our Bethlehem veterinarians are able to help you get to know your pet and their needs so that you can successfully integrate your pet into your home and family.
Personalized Care for Your Pets
As an American Animal Hospital Association accredited animal hospital, Wright Veterinary Medical Center can use the latest advances in veterinary technology to assess and treat your pet.
When you bring your pet in for their first wellness exam, our Bethlehem veterinary team will conduct a full physical examination. That means that we check your pet’s eyes, ears, mouth, coat - everything from nose to tail. We’ll listen to their breathing and check their heartbeat, as well as observe your pet’s behavior and weight.
Each exam looks a little different. Your pet’s wellness care will vary depending on their:
- Preexisting conditions
Any of the above characteristics will guide our Bethlehem veterinary team to create a treatment plan that works best for you and your pet’s specific needs. We prioritize your pet’s long-term health and quality of life.
Depending on your pet’s age and other needs, we may recommend vaccines for your pet. Vaccines are an important tool in preventative care. By vaccinating your pet against dangerous and communicable diseases, you are not only ensuring that your pet is protected against these diseases, but you are also helping the community of pets in Bethlehem the Lehigh Valley stay safe and healthy too.
Core vaccines are those which are considered necessary for all pets based on factors such as exposure risk, severity, or if it is transmissible to humans.
Core vaccinations for dogs include:
- Canine parvovirus
- Canine hepatitis
Core vaccinations for cats include:
- Feline calicivirus
- Feline herpes virus type I
Your veterinarian may recommend other vaccinations not listed above. If your pet is very young, they may need to come in more frequently to ensure that they are getting all the care and treatment they need to grow up to be happy and healthy.
For new pet wellness care, you can trust Wright Veterinary Medical Center. Call (610) 440-3555 to book an appointment today!
AAHA Accredited Veterinary Hospital
We Advocate for You & Your Pet to Provide the Best Care Possible
We Strive to Find the Answers as Fast as Possible to Help Your Pet and You Feel Better
Our Compassionate Staff Follows Practices Designed to Reduce Fear, Anxiety, & Stress in Our Patients
“We appreciate the kindness and care given to our dogs by Jen and her staff during grooming. They were very accommodating to our needs as the type of grooming we request changes depending on the season.”- Susan
“I brought two of my little pets to the veterinary medical center to be euthanized and they were very compassionate and understood how sad it made me to put them to sleep.”- Melissa S.
“This Vet staff is awesome! Dr. Hull has been extremely patient with our family as we navigate the world of a new kitten. She goes above and beyond to make sure my kitten is safe as well as my worries calmed! Highly recommend this medical center!”- Kristen E.