Preventative Care

Preventative care minimizes illness and injury and supports good dog welfare.   

A complete preventive health care program includes:  

  • Regular veterinary exams  
  • Vaccinations  
  • Parasite screening and prevention   
  • Oral health care 
  • Grooming, as needed for dog comfort and safety    
  • Reproductive health care 

Establish a relationship with a veterinarian as soon as possible. Have health care plans that meet the needs of each dog, as well as for the need of your breeding program as a whole.  

In this library, you can find resources on parasite prevention, vaccination, basic daily care, grooming and more! 

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Preventative Care Library

 Additional Resources to Support Dogs in Other Environments

SHELTER & RESCUE

Dogs living in shelter or rescue kennels face challenges specific to their living environments. Practical applications for their management and care may also differ. Additional resources for their caretakers, including those caring for dogs in home-based foster systems or rescue networks, are provided to support efforts to improve, maintain, and protect their welfare.

 

PET FAMILIES

Dogs living in homes as family pets face challenges specific to their living environments. Practical applications for their management and care may also differ. Additional resources for their caretakers, support the human-animal bond, keep pets in their homes, and improve, maintain, and protect their welfare.

 

Research & Teaching

Dogs living in research or teaching kennels face challenges specific to their living environments. Practical applications for their management and care may also differ. Additional resources for their caretakers are provided to support efforts to improve, maintain, and protect their welfare.

 

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