Senior Pet Care FAQ
Senior pets are some of the most loving pets around.
Many have settled down and have a greater desire for cuddling. Growing old also comes with its disadvantages. As the body accumulates more and more wear and tear, certain health and wellness risks develop.
While a personal vet visit is the best way to get individual treatment, you might also have some general questions about senior pet care that can help you keep your pet healthy.
Learn More about the Health of Your Senior Pet
For more information about senior pet care and to get the answers to your specific pet care needs, give us a call. We advise that all senior pets undergo a physical veterinary check-up twice a year rather than once a year to stay alert of developing diseases and other issues.
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