GERIATRIC & SENIOR PETS

caring for our older animals

Senior and Geriatric Dogs and Cats Information

Aging often happens gradually in our pets.


Common aging symptoms are decreased mobility, anxiety or cognitive changes, decreased hearing and sight, and of course these pets often have medical problems as well such as kidney, heart and dental disease.


Seniors are beginning to slow down and get a little grey. They need a bit more monitoring from a health standpoint and a bit more intervention to stay healthy. Problems facing Geriatric pets are the same as the Senior Patients but they become more pronounced.

Senior Pet Care Veterinary Clinic and Hospital

SENIOR PET CARE

Seniors are beginning to slow down and get a little grey. They need a bit more monitoring from a health standpoint and a bit more intervention to stay healthy. LEARN MORE>>

Older Dog

GERIATRIC PET CARE

Geriatric pets are those that are typically over 12 years of age and showing definite signs of aging. LEARN MORE>>

dog and cat hospice care

HOSPICE FOR PETS

Hospice refers to the end of life care given to a pet who has a terminal disease or is near the end of life but isn’t quite ready to go. LEARN MORE>>

Caring for Elder Pets in Canton Ga