It may seem like only yesterday that your pet was a playful puppy or curious kitten, but your pet’s health needs change as they age.
Just like humans, pets need to visit their doctors more often as they get older to keep them healthy. For senior pets, prevention is important. Arthritis, skin conditions, difficulty with hearing or vision, kidney disease, diabetes, hypothyroidism, and hyperthyroidism are common among senior pets.
Routine checkups, bloodwork, and other health screenings are important as part of their routine medical care. By detecting, treating, and preventing problems before they become life threatening, we can help to extend the life of your pet. We will work with you to design treatment plans, dietary changes, and modifications to your pet’s home environment to improve the quality of life for your pet.