As your pet grows older their care routine will change.
Pets reach their senior years at seven to eight years of age. The daily life routine of your pet may change as your pet ages, they may not need as much exercise and may require a lighter diet.
Some health changes can often be less obvious and can be difficult to spot, so more frequent health checks with the vet can be helpful. We might advise more frequent blood testing or other diagnostic tests to assess the health of your older pet. By monitoring thyroid or kidney functions for example, and beginning early treatment can prevent more serious health concerns arising. We are pleased to provide the best senior pet care in Bruton.
Please call us or book an appointment online to book a senior pet health check for your older pet.