Our hospital is dedicated to providing the highest level of care throughout your pet’s lifetime. This is particularly important as cats and dogs reach their “golden years” and become seniors. Illness and disease can progress quickly in senior pets and unfortunately can often go unnoticed until the progression makes them more challenging to treat. For this reason, cats over 8 years and dogs over 7 years benefit from more frequent veterinary diagnostics and screenings to help catch concerns early and keep them feeling great for their geriatric years.
To help make the most of your pet’s golden years, we offer a senior program here at the clinic.
Our Senior Program
We have designed Senior Programs that make veterinary care for your senior pet as convenient and affordable as possible. Our Senior Program are affordable one time costs for completing one set of comprehensive diagnostic tests. These Programs are geared towards monitoring for changes that can occur with age. This includes kidney complications, liver disorders, arthritis, dental disease, heart problems and other factors that aging humans deal with as well. We offer a Basic Senior Program as well as a Premium Senior Program to best suit the diagnostic needs of your pet as outlined below.
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We also offer a Wellness Plan designed specially for Senior and dogs called our Golden Years Plan. The Golden Years Plan is an all inclusive preventative package that includes all the wellness veterinary needs of your pet over the course of the year. This includes comprehensive health screening specifically important for senior pets as well as routine examinations, vaccinations and parasite prevention throughout the year. This plan helps you stay on top of the ongoing care for your senior pet with affordable monthly payments to help spread out the cost of caring for your older cat or dog.
For More Information on our Golden Years Wellness Plan please visit the Whitemud Wellness Club page
Additional Information on Senior Pet Care