Do you know your pet's age? If you adopted your furry friend, his or her age may be a mystery. Fortunately, a quick look in your pet's mouth can help you narrow down a general age range.View Article
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Posted on 06-23-2013
Throughout the month of July, we will be celebrating senior pets. Most pets begin their senior years around age seven.
We enjoy watching our patients grow from puppies and kittens into adult dogs and cats. If you have pictures of your pets when they were young, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or post them to our Facebook wall http://www.facebook.com/pages/East-Pines-Animal-Clinic/127609997316745, along with a more recent picture and the date each picture was taken. If you don't have a digital picture of your pet when they were younger, you may try to scan it in to a computer or take a digital picture of the printed one.
With your permission, we would like to put them together for a Senior Pet photo album on our Facebook page.
For our senior patients, we recommend routine wellness exams and blood tests for early detection of medical issues such as kidney, thyroid, and dental diseases.
For more information on caring for your senior pet, please visit the Pet Health Network at http://www.pethealthnetwork.com or visit the links below.
Caring for your senior dog:
Caring for your senior cat:
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