Age is not a disease!
We want your pets to celebrate their golden years!
Your pets health can change quickly as he or she ages and these subtle changes often go unnoticed. Having your senior pet examined twice a year (every 6 months) can help with early detection of disease and intervention, resulting in a lifetime of good health.
Obesity dramatically contributes to many age-related, debilitating issues such as arthritis, diabetes and heart disease.
Exercising your pet will help burn calories, it will strengthen muscles, and reduce the risk of obesity. The activity you choose should be appropriate for your dog’s level of strength and mobility. Shorter, more frequent walks may be better than going for a strenuous hike or 5 K run. Gradually build up the duration and exertion of your dog’s activity level.