Veterinarians suggest that clients bring a list of questions to ask during veterinary appointments. Bringing such a list can make it easier to keep track of what information you need during what can feel like a short visit. Getting more questions answered will help improve the care your pet receives.
Read more on the types of questions to ask your veterinarian in the New York Times.
More about veterinary family practice, a client-centered approach that improves communication between clients and veterinarians, is available in the Merck Veterinary Manual.