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Senior Pet Care

Adapting to aging pet's health needs

Taking care of our furry friends as they age is a responsibility that we must embrace wholeheartedly. When it comes to senior pet care, there are several medical conditions that can affect our aging feline and canine companions. These conditions require special attention and care to ensure that our cats continue to live happy and healthy lives.

Senior Pet Health Exams

In the exam, the senior pet veterinarian will likely start by asking you questions about your pet's overall health, any changes they've experienced, nutrition, medicine and previous health concerns. They may check their weight, examine their teeth and gums, listen to their heart and lungs, as well as analyze their body for any lumps or abnormalities.

As our furry companions age, there are several medical conditions that they may be prone to. These can include arthritis, dental problems, kidney disease, diabetes, and thyroid issues, among others. Regular visits to the cat vet can help identify and manage these conditions early on, ensuring that your elderly dog or cat continues to live a happy and healthy life.

If you have questions about how often we should see your senior pet or you’d like to schedule an appointment, please call us at (678) 985-5530.

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