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Senior Pet Care

Just like us, as our animals get older they need more frequent visits to the veterinarian to allow for early detection and treatment of problems that can commonly occur in older animals.

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Senior Dog Care

How do you know when your dog is considered a senior? This is important to know as senior pets tend to have different care requirements than younger pets.

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Subcutaneous Fluids and Tilly

Dehydration is often seen in the veterinary industry. We see it with older pets with chronic diseases and younger pets who have acute illnesses. We sometimes recommend Subcutaneous (Sub Q) fluids to help rehydrate the patient and generally make them feel better.

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Knowing When It’s Time to Say Goodbye

When you adopt or buy a new pet (no matter what age they are at the time) no one wants to think about the day they will have to say goodbye to their loving friend. It is an extremely stressful time for families, as many do not want to bear the burden of making that […]

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Bloodwork in Senior Pets

Dogs are considered senior at the age of 7, and cats at the age of 10. At this time, it is important they see a veterinarian for regular health examinations, even if they appear to be in good health.

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How to Keep Your Pets Safe from Wildlife

Wildlife and pets don’t always mix, and it can be difficult to foresee any issues with wildlife because typically pets aren’t in contact with wild animals.

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