Senior Pet Care

PETS ARE LIVING LONGER HEALTHIER LIVES THAN EVER BEFORE.

Advances in veterinary medicine, nutrition, and preventive health care have made a difference. Additionally, our pets have become part of our families, and have significantly benefitted from the special bond they share with their owners. As our pets age, subtle changes in organ function, dental disease, and arthritis may be detected by basic diagnostic measures. Consequently, we recommend specific screening tests, diets, and other measures to ensure your pet remains comfortable for as long as possible.

Common Senior Canine Conditions
 Heart disease
 Kidney disease
 Arthritis
 Dental/oral disease
 Hypothyroidism
 Liver disease


Common Senior Feline Conditions
 Diabetes
 Kidney disease
 Hyperthyroidism
 Dental/oral disease
 Arthritis
 Cancer


Recommended Annual Screening Tests
 Complete physical exam once or twice a year
 In-house labs, including blood panel and urinalysis, to identify early organ dysfunction and assess general health