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During your puppy’s first visit, the vet should: Weigh the puppy; Listen to heart and lungs with a stethoscope; Take his temperature (note: pet temperatures are taken rectally); Examine eyes, ears, nose, feet, and genitalia. Examine skin and coat; Look at teeth and mouth;How often should my Pet visit the vet?
How often you should take your dog to the vet Puppy phase: 0-1 year. If you adopt a puppy, you'll be very used to going to the vet. ... Adult phase: 1-7 years. As mentioned previously, adult dogs will typically only need to go to the vet for annual wellness exams. Senior phase: 8+ years. Senior dogs should see the vet semi-annually, approximately every six months. ...