- Senior Programs -
The health of your pet can change rapidly as he or she ages, and changes can go unnoticed. Early intervention leads to a lifetime of good health. Work closely with us to evaluate your pet’s general health. Schedule routine check-ups. Speak up for your pet. Tells us about any changes you have observed such as weight, appetite, or elimination habits. Changes in behavior, skin, and coat, and mobility are also important to mention to the doctor and staff. Nutrition and exercise play an important role in your pet’s health. We will discuss what diet and exercise would benefit your pet in his or her advanced years. Tests such as routine blood screening, urinalysis, hormone testing (thyroid), electrocardiograph (ECG), and x-rays can identify health risks before they become evident.