Caring for Your Senior PetWe assist you in helping your pet live a long, happy, and healthy life from birth through maturity. As our pets age, we may see a variety of changes taking place, including a general slowing down. Major senses—sight, hearing, taste, touch, and smell—can become dull, as well as the animal’s response to stimuli. This slowing down is often subtle and might even escape your notice.
Your aging pets may also exhibit age-related cognitive and behavioral changes. Regular senior health exams can help catch and treat these problems before they become overwhelming. Our senior exam may include:
- A thorough physical examination of your pet laboratory testing, such as blood work, urinalysis, stool exam, and radiographsParasite treatment and preventives Dental check-upLifestyle assessment, including nutrition, exercise, and behavioral issues Client education, to assist you in handling your maturing pet