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The veterinary examination in detail.

At Dream Cavalier, all puppies visit our veterinarian at around 6 weeks of age. During this clinical examination, he will examine the puppies from the tip of the nose to the tip of the tail.


He will auscultate:

  • The heart.

  • Lungs.

  • The abdomen.

  • Genitals.

  • Ears.

  • The eyes.

  • Snout.

  • The teeth.

  • The gums.

  • The anus.

  • Fur.

  • The fontanel.

  • Joints.

Also, the veterinarian will weigh the puppy, take its temperature and vaccinate it for the 4 basic diseases, which are:

  • Distemper

  • Parvovirus

  • Hepatitis

  • Parainfluenza

And finally, the veterinarian will inject an electronic microchip for identification. 

What exactly is a microchip?


The microchip is a very small capsule, about the size of a grain of rice, implanted under the puppy's skin by our veterinarian, using a special syringe. It has a long unique identification number that can only be detected using a reader (scanner) that is passed over the animal's shoulder. This number is linked to a national register where you can find all the information about the animal and its owner. Unlike a medal, the writing of which may change over time, the microchip cannot be erased and it is impossible to misplace it. If your dog runs away and is not wearing a collar or identification tag, the reading of a microchip by a municipality, a police department, a shelter or a veterinary establishment,_cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b -136bad5cf58d_ will allow you to be found quickly. But contrary to popular belief, the microchip does not contain any tracking system. (GPS)


Two days after the appointment with the vet, I will give the first worming treatment prescribed by the vet. This treatment will last 5 days and guarantees 100%   effectiveness against internal parasites. 

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