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Changes in Your Senior Pets

While in a meeting discussing senior patients it slipped my mind that I even had senior pets. When asked I said no, and then thinking back I realized I actually do, I have 2 senior cats, they are both 12, brothers. It is easy to forget we have senior pets. 

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A Senior Life – Part 2

Early last year I wrote about my two 18-year-old cats, Princess and Monaco. We found that Princess had Stage 3 (out of 4) kidney disease and we were treating her with a change in diet, supplements, subcutaneous fluid therapy a couple of times a week, and Vitamin B12 injections. Monaco’s blood work was spectacular.

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6 Ways to Help Your Pet With Mobility Issues

We see many pets that come into North Hill Animal Hospital that have mobility issues, usually, they are older in age but we still see it in younger pets as well.

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A Senior Life

When you have taken care of something or someone for a while a certain bond is created.  It sometimes can’t be explained but once you have decided to care for a living thing, the responsibility of this being is now on your shoulders.

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Senior Pet Essentials

Once your pet reaches the age of 7, for dogs, and 10 for cats they are now considered a senior. Things that must change once they get to this age including diet & supplements, exercise, medical care and much more.

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Cleaning Your Dogs Ears

In this two-part video, we discuss the anatomy of your dog's ears and demonstrate how you can do it yourself with an ear cleaning solution and cotton balls! 

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