When your pet gets older, their medical needs change, just like with humans. As they age, your pet may require different nutrition programs and exercise routines, and they are more susceptible to a variety of new diseases, including:
- Intestinal disorders
- Kidney and liver disease
- Breast and testicular cancer
- Joint and bone disease
- Cognitive difficulties
It’s very important to consider these changes throughout their lives. When pets become seniors, it gets increasingly difficult to separate the natural aging process from emerging medical disorders. The best way to do this is through routine veterinary visits where we can identify, track progress, and treat potential problems early on.
At West Hills Veterinary Centre, we are committed to making sure all pets are happy and healthy, including senior pets, who need more attention and care.