Senior Dog Care

Senior Dog Care

Regular veterinary care, along with proper nutrition and exercise all contribute to the wellbeing of our dogs. As they age, preventative care is the best way to stay on top of changes in our dog’s health.

When is a dog considered a senior pet?

Entering the senior years can vary by breed or size. In general, seven years and older is considered senior.

What are the most common health issues with senior dogs?

Senior dogs can experience arthritis, obesity, weight loss, heart issues and various systemic diseases.

How should I care for my senior dog?

Semi-annual exams and blood work can detect any changes early.

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