Gentle Touch Animal Hospital provides preventive care for senior pets. Determining the age at which your pet becomes a senior is based on many factors including size, breed, and lifestyle. As a general rule, when your pet turns 7 years of age we recommend they begin their senior care.
Common Senior Pet
Senior pet preventive exams are very important. As your pet ages, they are more likely to develop health problems. Identifying a disease or health concern in the early stages often makes treatment less complicated.
A preventive care exam provides an opportunity to establish baseline health characteristics and compare results since your pet’s last visit. Additionally, great advances have been made in the treatment of many senior pet ailments.
Some of these include:
- Changes in eyesight
- Loss of activity level
- Mental alertness
- Pain management
Preventive Care Exam
We recommend biannual preventive care visits as a key component of your senior pet’s health regimen.
We offer senior health care plans, which provide recommended preventive care services at discounted rates. Your pet’s exam includes a review of your pet’s vaccinations.
We recommend a diagnostic work-up, which includes the following:
- Complete blood cell count
- Blood chemistry panel
- Thyroid test
- Fecal test
- Heartworm test
Your senior pet preventive care exam also provides the opportunity to discuss customized recommendations to address changes in pet nutritional requirements, lifestyle changes, and behavior. We enjoy discussing your pet’s care, and we encourage you to use this session to ask questions.
Please contact us to schedule your pet’s senior preventive care exam. If you have any questions or concerns, our staff will be happy to discuss them with you.
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Puppy & Kitten Care
Gentle Touch Animal Hospital offers puppy and kitten preventive care programs designed to start your new family member off on the path to wellness. Our puppy and kitten programs generally require three to four office visits.
Senior Pet Care
Determining the age at which your pet becomes a senior is based on many factors including size, breed, and lifestyle. As a general rule, when your pet turns 7 years of age we recommend they begin their senior care.
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