Geriatric & Senior Petscaring for our older animals
Aging often happens gradually in our pets.
Common aging symptoms are decreased mobility, anxiety or cognitive changes, and decreased hearing and sight. 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 become more pronounced.
Care for Older Pets
Senior Pet Care
Geriatric Pet 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.
Alternative Therapies for Senior Pets
Alternative therapies are options beyond traditional medications. Sometimes we are already using all the medications available for specific problems but still, need additional help.