IDEXX Petly Plans
Routine preventive care helps you identify disease earlier, expand treatment options, and provide the highest quality care.
Dr. Peter Brown shares the value of preventive care and preventive care plans in his veterinary practice.
Guidelines and Stats
How to make consistent protocols a reality throughout your practice
Better patient care with preventive care protocols.
Preventive care through routine visits and diagnostics is the best way to detect underlying diseases early. Early detection ensures more effective treatment, better prognoses, and healthier pets. And, common health problems like ear infections, dental disease, and obesity can be prevented through regular visits.
Ensure pets live longer and healthier lives
- Identify disease earlier for effective treatment: Preventive care diagnostics ensure the highest quality of care by helping you identify diseases earlier and expanding treatment options to improve outcomes.
- Pet owners are in control: Easy-to-understand preventive care protocols make it simple to involve pet owners in the care of the animals they love.
- Routine care you can count on: Regularly scheduled visits and screenings help owners understand the importance and the cadence of your recommended care, building trust between pet owners and your staff.
The AAHA guidelines clearly demonstrate the importance of regular laboratory profiling for the early detection of disease and the health and well-being of our pets. In addition, given the increasing occurrence and importance of infectious diseases in the pet population, most notably vector-borne diseases, many infectious disease experts are encouraging yearly screening of all age groups for infectious diseases common in the patient's geographic area.
Peter Kintzer DVM, DACVIM
Medical Affairs, IDEXX Laboratories