The Golden Years

Can be the happiest yet.

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Slide Close Up Outdoor Photo Of The Cat On Lap Stroke With Hand And Fingers Evolving Needs Dog and cats are generally considered seniors when they reach 7 years of age. When pets get older, they often develop changes in their day to day habits. And while it’s easy to blame some of those changes on old age, it’s possible that your pet is experiencing health problems. Have you noticed your pet slowing down on walks? Does your pet have some difficulty rising from a nap or have trouble with stairs? Ist your pet losing or gaining too much weight? Is your pet drinking or urinating more than usual? All of these signs could point to a health problem. Often, the earlier a health problem is found, the better the chances for a good outcome. Click here to see how old your pet is in human years!

Slide The Senior Exam Scheduling regular veterinary examinations is one of the most important steps you can take to keep your elderly pet in tip-top shape. When dogs and cats enter the senior years, these health examinations are more important than ever. AAHA (The American Animal Hospital Association) and the AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association) recommend that healthy senior dogs and cats visit the veterinarian every six months for a complete exam and laboratory testing. In order stay current with your senior pet’s health care, twice-a-year exams are a must. Portrait of a happy old dog at the dog park.

Slide Portrait of a happy old dog at the dog park. The Senior Exam Scheduling regular veterinary examinations is one of the most important steps you can take to keep your elderly pet in tip-top shape. When dogs and cats enter the senior years, these health examinations are more important than ever. AAHA (The American Animal Hospital Association) and the AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association) recommend that healthy senior dogs and cats visit the veterinarian every six months for a complete exam and laboratory testing. In order stay current with your senior pet’s health care, twice-a-year exams are a must.

P.A.W.S. Program

Call our office today and speak with a member of our pet care team to talk about our P.A.W.S. (Pets Aging With Style) package for senior pets*. This program is specifically designed to help catch senior-related health problems early, and offers a discount to you as a pet owner!

Let us help keep your older pet healthy and happy.

*P.A.W.S is available at select locations.