Blog: Senior Pet Care

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Senior Pets, Age is Not a Disease

Ageing is something that everyone and every species deal with, and for the most part, the experience is the same across the board.

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Senior Pet Focus Day

Join us for our Senior Pet Health Information Day. Our team members will be on hand to answer any questions you may have regarding your Senior Pet.

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Senior pets – How to spot discomfort and ways to help

At the ripe age of 7 cats and dogs are considered seniors. Many factors determine how well your pet ages and when they truly become a senior. Environment, nutrition and genetics will play the biggest part. Keep an eye out for any distress from your pet to help ease them…

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10 Things you should know about Senior Pets

Is your furry companion starting to age? Here are 10 things you should know about senior pets!