Our pets are living longer today than ever before. Research tells us that the preventative medicine provided early in life makes a big difference to our pet’s longevity and quality of life in later years. As pets age, the need for senior pet care becomes even more important to identify and address any potential changes that may arise.
Many people see the changes in aging pets and attribute those changes to a dog or cat, “just getting old.” Fortunately, even if the changes are due to age, there is something we may be able to do to make things better. The aging animal has different needs and may require more, specialized attention than a younger animal. Important changes requiring medical attention may occur in a matter of months. At Easton Veterinary Clinic we can take care of all your pet’s needs.