Same Rules Apply to Dogs for Taking Their Blood Pressure

Calm and quiet in the doctor’s office are key to 
an accurate reading.

People are not supposed to have their blood pressure taken at the doctor’s office until they have sat quietly for at least 5 minutes after coming in. Commotion from getting out of the car and any potential anxiety associated with checking in can skew results. It’s the same for dogs. The best way for the […]
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