Senior Pets Have Changing Requirements
Dogs and cats, like people, frequently acquire health issues as they age. Cancer, diabetes, heart disease, arthritis, and other diseases are more prevalent in elderly pets than in younger ones. We encourage bringing your pet in for wellness and preventative care every six months so that we can monitor their health, look for early warning signs of disease, and give age-appropriate treatment. Maintaining your aging pet's health helps us to discover and treat issues early, which is usually considerably less expensive and effective than treating late-stage illnesses.