Avoiding "vet peeves" helps maintain pets' health

01/30/2013 | PetSide.com

Some habits at the veterinarian's office, dubbed "vet peeves" by the author of this article, can affect pet care, and she suggests avoiding them to keep the owner, pet and veterinarian happy. It's important to arrive on time, listen while receiving pet care instructions and let the professionals handle the pet restraint during exams. Also, don't get upset if asked to leave the room for a procedure to be completed.

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