Senior Care


Pets age faster than people. Your pet is considered a senior at ages seven and older. Older pets require regular preventive care, including wellness exams, blood tests, and diagnostic services (including x-rays and laboratory tests). We encourage you to inform us of any changes in your older pet's behavior or lifestyle so that we may take appropriate measures, before these changes affect your pet's quality of life.

We provide special attention to aging pets focusing on preventative measures and the early detection and treatment of problems. Older patients commonly experience the same problems that older humans do – heart problems, diabetes, arthritis, chronic renal insufficiency, dental problems, hearing and vision loss, etc. Many of these conditions we can treat to extend and improve your pet』s quality of life. We may also recommend certain supplements that may help in improving the quality of life of your aging pet.