Your Pet's Veterinarian

Regular vaccinations and checkups are a must, so finding the right veterinarian you can trust with your precious pet is important since you'll be seeing a lot of them over the course of your pet's life. Learn more about choosing a vet in your area and the services they offer.

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What Happens at Your Dog's Annual Checkup?
Here's why your pup's yearly vet visit is so important.
Here's What Happens at Your Cat's Annual Vet Visit
Be in-the-know about your kitty’s wellness exam—and learn why it's so important.
Your Guide to Medical Professionals Who Specialize in Caring for Pets
The more you know about who's caring for your pet, the better you can partner with them and advocate for your furry family member.
Badminster Dog Show on SNL: How We'd Help the Troubled Dogs in This Hilarious Skit
These four pups have some very relatable problems that lots of dog parents face. Good thing we at Daily Paws have an expert who can help.
What Is Holistic Vet Care? How an Integrated Approach to Your Pet's Health Keeps Them Thriving
From acupuncture for dogs to chiropractic care for horses, holistic vets are changing the way they care for animals, big and small.
Free Veterinary Services Help Pet Parents Experiencing Homelessness
Pets give love and affection freely to their humans regardless of income or housing status. But with vet visits often a costly expense, finding affordable vet care can be incredibly difficult. Thankfully, several organizations across the country have stepped up to provide judgment-free care to these animals and their owners.

More Your Pet's Veterinarian

Community Creates ‘No Pet Shaming’ Event to Help Unsheltered Women and Their Pets
This inaugural event provided free veterinary care, pet grooming, supplies—and hope—so at-risk women and their pets can stay together.
How to Make the Most of Your Vet Visit
These tips are good for both first time pet owners and veteran pet parents!
Why It Seems Impossible to Get a Vet Visit Right Now

You may find you and your pet can't get in to see the vet for days—or even weeks—after you call. Here's why.