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Keeping your pet happy and healthy through their golden years.
Senior status can vary due to species and breed; dogs are considered seniors from ages 7-10, and cats may be considered seniors from 8-10. When your pet reaches a certain age, they go through many changes. To help pet owners care for their senior pets, our veterinarians recommend regular wellness checkups. You can have peace of mind knowing that our team is experienced with treating senior pets and creating healthy lifestyles for them.
As your pet ages, their health status can be easily compromised, and a minor issue can quickly become a big problem. This is why we encourage at least two yearly veterinary exams for senior pets. During these exams, our team can detect illnesses and provide immediate treatment. These checkups are also used to adjust your pet’s treatment and home care to suit their current health status. Catching problems early on will help us increase the longevity and quality of your pet’s life. Veterinary visits are strongly recommended as your senior pet can develop various health problems in their golden years. Senior pets are prone to:
The following are physical and mental changes that senior pets will experience:
Some of these symptoms can occur due to health conditions, and our veterinarians can examine your pet and provide an accurate diagnosis. If these issues are due to your pet aging, it’s the perfect time to address them before they worsen. To schedule an appointment for your pet, please call us at 416-690-0625.
Senior pets are more delicate, so they need more attention. With the help of a veterinarian, your senior pet can maintain a healthy life for many more years. Our hospital has a senior wellness program geared towards keeping your loyal companion thriving in their golden years. This program includes frequent diagnostic testing, specialized diets, medical treatment, and providing recommendations for at-home care. Here are some guidelines for caring for your senior pet:
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