Abbott Animal Hospital


Abbott Animal Hospital
Abbott Animal Hospital is listed in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category in Rehoboth, Massachusetts. Displayed below is the only current social network for Abbott Animal Hospital which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Abbott Animal Hospital on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 78.

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48 Fall River Ave
Rehoboth, MA 02769
(508) 336-4430
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Worms aren’t limited to puppies. Dogs are known to put almost anything in their mouths, and that can include parasites or other unsavory organisms. The treatment for an adult dog with worms is very similar to de-worming for puppies. At least two doses of medicine, usually a few weeks apart, will be prescribed to kill worms that are present now and those that may be in the process of hatching and show up later.

Did you know that vets have nearly as much education as a physician, and that there are nearly as many specialties they may choose? A vet with such a wide variety of training is a great help.

According to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, being overweight is a significant problem for both cats and dogs. About 58 percent of U.S. cats and 53 percent of dogs in the country are overweight, which can reduce a pet’s lifespan.

What is de-worming? That is the process of giving puppies and dogs medicine to kill any worms that are present. Worms are very common in dogs, and can actually be passed from mother to baby even before birth. That’s why most vets recommend two doses of de-worming medication. The first kills any worms present at that time and the second kills worms that may have hatched in the interim.

One of the most important reasons to take your dog or cat to see a veterinarian is to prevent parasites. Indeed, parasites are one of the most prevalent health problems for both dogs and cats, and need to be treated before they cause worse issues.