Pet Health = Public Health

When thinking of family health, family pets are often overlooked. A primary mission for the U.S. Army‘s Public Health Command is to maintain public health for military personnel. Animal diseases can impact human health, so it stands to reason that keeping pets healthy keeps their owners healthy. The staff at Naval Station Rota‘s Veterinary Clinic knows this all-important fact very well and works to keep pets and their owners in top shape.


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