Preventative medicine is important when our pets are young, but as our pets age and become prone to certain disease processes, monitoring their well-being becomes even more important.

We understand the changes your pets will have as they become older, and we also know the importance of keeping your pets comfortable as they enter their golden years. We can often improve quality of life and help make things a little easier on your senior pet by making some small changes.

Sometimes, this includes adapting their environment such as adding non-slip rugs in key locations or making food and water bowls more readily accessible. Other times, this can mean adjusting pain medication regimens in order to keep arthritis pain well-managed. This in turn helps your dog or cat move more easily and comfortably, which results in slower progression of arthritis and a happier pet overall!

Please contact us today to learn more about caring for your senior pet.