When dogs and cats reach about 9 to 10 years of age, they are considered as seniors. Senior or matured pets require specialized health care services as their body begins to change. We, at Hwy 401 Warden Pet Hospital, provide quality health care services for senior pets.
Health Hazards for Seniors
Senior pets are more vulnerable to:
- Weight loss
- Appetite loss
- Cardiac and other organ disease
- Dental Disease
- And more…
Senior Pet Health Exams
Annual Examination is utmost crucial for aging pets. It helps in finding out the hidden injuries and illnesses. We aim to detect the critical ailments at earlier stage in order to aid you in effective and earlier treatment of the pets. Sometimes, a balanced diet and simple exercise regime works wonders in maintaining the health condition of matured pets.
Our vets recommend periodic blood test to track down the hormonal and physical changes the pets undergo during senior years. The advanced veterinary science has introduced us to amazing medicines and equipments to prolong the age of the pets. Periodic physical examination allows the senior pets live actively for longer periods.
Matured Pets Vaccinations
Proper vaccination is crucial for senior pets as aging weakens their immune system. Our vets analyze the risk factors and suggest suitable vaccines for seniors. We give due emphasis to senior wellness programs and blood works for diagnosis. Seniors are more prone to health hazards. Thus, timely vaccination programs are organized to safeguard them against diseases.
Nutritious Diet for Seniors
Our nutritionists at Hwy 401 Warden Pet Hospital provide nutrition support for senior pets helping them maintain a healthy life. We offer nutrition chart that suits your pocket and your pet’s dietary needs. Our team also performs weight management programs to keep them healthy and safe from unforeseen medical conditions.
Contact us now to book an appointment for geriatric care and more senior pet health care services.