Senior Pet Wellness Care
Preventative care is far too frequently disregarded by pet owners who believe that only young animals require it. Older animals are still prone to various ailments, parasites, and diseases. Your veterinarian can find signs of cataracts, glaucoma, and retinal degeneration with the use of pet wellness checkups and senior pet care so that you can work together to stop or delay blindness.
That is just the start. Even in senior pets, routine vaccination administration can stop a variety of pet ailments. Additionally, pet owners should never stop worrying about diseases like heartworms. These are just a few ailments that aging pets experience, and with regular health exams and preventative care, your veterinarian may help you prevent them or start early treatment for them.
Pet End-of-Life Care
Since our pets are members of our families, saying goodbye to them can be among the most difficult experiences a caring family can go through. Please know that Family Pet Clinic’s doctors and staff are available to assist you as you navigate the challenging issues about end-of-life care for your pet. We understand how difficult it can be to balance your pet’s illness with their quality of life. We’ll take the time to talk with you about the practical and emotional aspects of making end-of-life decisions and allow you the space to think about your pet’s particular circumstances.