Aging animals

It’s been a wonderful life!

It’s been a wonderful life!

At what age is your pet considered “old”? First of all, let’s start by stating that aging is not an illness, and you can take steps to ensure that your pet fully enjoys their life. They might live fifteen, sixteen years or longer. They could have a long, wonderful life, with the help of you and your vet, enjoying the best health possible. And at the first signs of osteoarthritis, vision problems, or other problems that could crop up along the way, rest assured that there are many treatments that ease the side effects and in many cases, treat the conditions completely.

Don’t hesitate to consult your vet concerning your aging pet. It will be their pleasure to answer all your questions and provide expert advice. And remember that with time, an important bond also forms between the vet and your pet. Each visit is an opportunity to update their file and ensure the best quality of life possible for your pet.

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How old is your pet in human years?