Last Updated on October 10, 2022 by Pets Feed
It is not a secret for any family that visits to the vet end up becoming quite a stressful situation for our dogs; especially when there are vaccines involved in the process.
Veterinarian André Santos works at the Restelo Veterinary Hospital in Portugal and has found the perfect way to get dogs to enjoy the experience during their medical check-ups.
Dr. Santos, who also runs the clinic, has gained popularity thanks to his methods of caring for his furry patients, according to The Dodo, his approach to fun to keep pets healthy and happy is a great success.
Veterinarian has an adorable way to vaccinate dogs
Every time a pet enters the clinic for veterinary care, Dr. Santos strives to make the moment as stress-free as possible; using positive reinforcement to reassure the animals and creating a fun environment.
Between games and treats the animals do not find out that they have received their vaccine and leave excited to return again for their next check-up.
Instead of generating tension or fear of vaccines and the visit to the veterinary office, the animals leave feeling quite animated and happy, it can even be said that their visit to the consultation is the best and most memorable of their day.
The kind vet often posts some of his cases and funny moments of him with his charming patients and his adorable way of vaccinating on his Instagram account.
In one of his posts he wrote:
“Whenever we do a procedure, we must treat it positively.”
Although his approach is far from orthodox, there is no doubt that his patients are very happy with the care they receive during their consultations. Animals love to be pampered and feel safe around people, something that this friendly vet certainly has no problem with.
The attention that Dr. Santos provides to his patients, not only eliminates all the stress and anxiety that their periodic check-ups represent for our pets; It motivates them to come back happy, and it is certainly a relief for pet parents who want their animals to always be completely healthy and happy.
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