Is your canine companion getting a little grey around the muzzle? Animals today are living longer, healthier lives than ever before. With improved healthcare and preventive medicine programs, we are seeing more and more pets live to their upper teens and even early twenties.
However, as our pets age they often require more medical attention and changes in health may be subtle at first. Dogs over the age of 7 are more prone to disease due to age related changes.
It is important that any medical conditions are diagnosed early so that treatment can begin in the early stages, and we rely on client observations as the cornerstone to their pet’s care.
Keeping Your Senior Dog Healthy:
- Preventative Care
- Core Vaccines
- Non-Core Vaccines
- Parasite Control Recommendations
- Routine Bloodwork