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  • Keep your dogs healthy with regular Wellness Checks.
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Your Burnaby New Westminster Animal Hospital Pet Care News

November is Senior Pet Care Month!

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20% off Senior-related Services

Includes Senior Wellness Exams, physical exams, senior's blood profile, and analysis

 

Call us at 604 521-0781 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. today to book your appointment!

 

Arthritis and your Senior Pet

Did you know?

That 25-30% of all dogs suffer from arthritis or hip dysplasia!

And nearly 100% of dogs over the age of 10 have osteoarthritis!

  • 47% of large dogs are likely to develop osteoarthritis.
  • Many cats suffer as well and this can contribute to other problems such as constipation and accidents outside the litter box.***arthritis dogs

Behavioural and Neurological Changes in your Senior Pet

senior-pet-changesMany of the behavioural changes we see in our senior pets are caused by physiological changes. For example, your pet’s loss of acuity of vision, hearing, smell and taste may make them

  • less responsive to his environment
  • easier to startle
  • occasionally more aggressive
  • more afraid of common place phenomena such as loud noises or storms
  • less interested in food.

Oral and Topical Treatments