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Good health care and nutrition can help make your pet’s senior years a healthy and happy time. Please let us know of any changes you see in your pet’s health, activity and abilities. Dogs and cats age faster than we do, so health problems can progress faster too.
To identify and treat any age-related issues, we recommend physical examinations every six months and annual bloodwork and diagnostics, starting at 7 years of age.
We’re also happy to show you how to ease the aging process for your pet. Below are links to some good information about caring for your senior pets.
After the years of love and companionship your pet has given you, now is the time to repay that friendship with the extra care that seniors deserve. We encourage you to bring your senior pet in soon to discuss this new stage in your pet's life.
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