© 2023 MJH Life Sciences™ and dvm360 | Veterinary News, Veterinarian Insights, Medicine, Pet Care. All rights reserved.
This is definitely a rational option. Spot is not ill, and there are no other indicators of a problem in the rest of the lab data, so rechecking the tests is a good plan. Four to six weeks would allow enough time for the ALP to normalize given its half-life. It is important that the owner not wait longer than six weeks, however, in case something does need to be addressed.
<< Back | Next Step >>