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Senior Pet Care

With our help, your older dog or cat can enjoy comfort and good health even in their later years.

Making Your Pet’s Senior Years Their Best Years

As dogs and cats get older, their needs change. They become more susceptible to certain illnesses and commonly experience things like hearing loss, vision loss, and arthritis. Their activity levels decrease, and they become more prone to weight gain, too. Despite the changes that take place in your pet’s later years, though, they can still live a healthy, comfortable life. At Whitestone Veterinary Care, we provide senior pet care for dogs and cats in Whitestone, College Point, Bayside, and the surrounding areas, and we would be thrilled to have your pet as a patient.
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Specialized Care for Senior Pets

Taking care of an older pet has its challenges. Dogs and cats age much faster than humans, and problems tend to develop quickly. For this reason, being proactive is vital. We recommend bringing your pet in for wellness exams twice per year. This lets us keep an eye on their ongoing health and detect signs of trouble before they develop into serious illnesses.

During your pet’s exam, we’ll also discuss their changing diet and exercise needs. We encourage you to bring up any questions or concerns you have about your pet’s health and will work with you to help you do what’s best for your feline friend or canine companion.

Senior Pet Care in Whitestone

You want to keep your pet by your side for as many years as possible. The best way to do that is by bringing them in for senior pet care and twice-yearly wellness exams. With the help of our veterinarians, your older dog or cat can enjoy comfort and good health even in their later years. We can’t keep your pet from getting older, but we can minimize the impact of the aging process. Contact us today to schedule an appointment or learn more about caring for your senior pet.

Senior Pet Care in Whitestone

You want to keep your pet by your side for as many years as possible. The best way to do that is by bringing them in for senior pet care and twice-yearly wellness exams. With the help of our veterinarians, your older dog or cat can enjoy comfort and good health even in their later years. We can’t keep your pet from getting older, but we can minimize the impact of the aging process. Contact us today to schedule an appointment or learn more about caring for your senior pet.
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Hospital Affiliations

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