How can we be proactive in caring for our senior pets?
By being aware of signs of aging.
Did you know that right around the seven year mark, your pet is considered a “senior”?
Senior pets have different needs, but the very best thing you can do for them is to be proactive in their care. Annual wellness visits are more important than ever when it comes to senior pets, but there are some other signs you can be on the lookout for at home that may signal that it’s time to schedule a visit.
We’ve compiled a simple checklist that you can use to assess your pet regularly, and if something feels “off”, we have a caring support team ready to assist.