Of course, the number-one human in your new cat or dog’s life is you! The second-most important person should be his or her veterinarian. Whether your new furball comes from a reputable breeder or an animal shelter, it’s essential, when you adopt a new puppy, kitten, or older animal, to schedule an appointment with a trusted veterinarian right away to establish the veterinary-client-patient-relationship (VCPR).
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