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Supporting your pet through their golden years with specialized care and monitoring.
Aging is not a disease; with proper monitoring and health care, senior pets can live long lives. Most pets are considered seniors between the ages of 7 and 10-years-old. At our clinic, we are delighted to care for older pets. We can help you and your loyal companion navigate this new chapter of their life.
As your pet ages, it is normal for them to show physical and behavioural changes. It should be expected that your senior pet will show these signs:
The older your pet gets, the more vulnerable they are to developing ailments, which is why they need routine veterinary visits. Senior pets should have two veterinary exams each year. If your pet has known health issues, our team may recommend that they have additional veterinary exams. To schedule a senior wellness exam for your pet, please call us at 519-389-2020.
When your pet becomes a senior, it’s crucial that you use patience and understanding with them. During this stage, many pets won’t live up to their usual capabilities, which can alter their daily life. Here are some tips on how you can care for your senior pet:
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