Prevention is always the best cure
It is always easier, less painful and less costly to prevent illness and disease before it occurs. So the main focus at Animal Care Center is on preventative care for pets.
Most important of all are your pet’s regular annual and semiannual checkups, vaccinations and cancer screenings. A regular schedule of care can spare you unnecessary cost and spare your pet needless suffering that often accompanies serious health problems such as worms in dogs.
At each visit, Dr. Williams checks your pet’s teeth and gums, skin, eyes, ears and bones thoroughly. He will check for any unusual bumps or lumps. And throughout his exams and checkups, he will love your pet like he loves his own pets. When you need expert veterinary internal medicine for your pet, turn to veterinarian Dr. Williams and his staff at Animal Care Center.
Trust Smyrna’s Animal Care Center for preventative care and treatment. Call us at 770.438.2694 or use our convenient online Request an Appointment form to schedule your visit. Ask us about our pet vaccination clinic! Our preventative care patients come to us from Marietta, Smyrna, Austell, Cumberland and Mableton.
Choose Preventative Care to Help Your Pet Live a Long and Healthy Life
You’ve heard the expression, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” This is just as true for your four-legged family members as it is for you. Preventative care can help your furry friends to have many years of happiness of good health with you. Your main goal is to avoid rather than treat a serious condition for your pet.
Stay on Top of Your Pet’s Health
Your pet should visit your trusted veterinarian on an annual basis. This provides your animal hospital staff with the opportunity to examine your pet, administer routine vaccinations, and discuss any potential concerns.
Get an Expert’s Opinion About Your Pet’s Health
When you bring your four-legged friend to your animal hospital, your veterinarian will talk to you about how your pet’s behavior at home and any questions you may have. An examination will include your pet’s hair, skin, and mouth. Your pet’s ears will also be evaluated. Your veterinarian will take on a hands-on approach, feeling your pet’s body to detect any unusual bumps, growths, or issues with your pet’s bones.
Catch Any Problems in the Earliest Stages
In most cases, your veterinarian will send your pet home with a clean bill of health during a preventative care exam. If your pet has any health problem, getting treatment as soon as possible is essential. You want to do everything possible to make your pet comfortable to have a good quality of life. Your veterinarian will be your partner in promoting good health for your four-legged family member.
Treat Your Pet with Compassion
When it comes to taking care of your pet’s medical needs, your veterinarian will treat your pet with compassion. Your animal clinic considers all of its patients to be members of their extended family. Their health and happiness is just as important to them as it is to you. Regular visits will make your pet comfortable with the staff, eliminating the fear of unfamiliar places and people. It will also give staff members and the veterinarian the opportunity to know your pet well. Schedule routine exams to put your pet at ease during each visit.
Give Yourself Peace of Mind When Your Pet is in the Best of Hands
The staff at the Animal Care Center is dedicated to giving your devoted pet the best. Turn to Dr. Otto Williams and his veterinarian team to provide your beloved pet with a level of care you can trust. Your pet will get the team’s full attention during every visit. If your pet has any health issues that arise that require additional visits or an extended stay, the Animal Care Center will put your pet first. Think of the animal clinic as a home away from home. You can be confident when it comes to your pet’s health. The team of professionals at the Animal Care Center put the caring in your pet’s treatment. When you work together, you are helping your pet to be in the best of health in the years ahead.