Heidi Lobprise, DVM, DAVDC
Early detection and routine therapy are key to preventing periodontal disease.
Older cats and dogs require special care both in and out of the clinic. Here are some important behaviors owners should monitor at home, plus some tips and tricks you can recommend for caring for senior pets.
Early detection of disease is key to maximizing an older dog’s quality of life. Teaching owners about common ailments can help these ptients get appropriate treatment sooner rather than later.
When it comes to providing proper care to older dogs and cats, client education is key in helping to detect early signs of illness.
You and your veterinary clients both want the best for senior cats and dogs, but taking care of our older furry friends can be a challenge. Heres some advice.