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Is Your Pet Acting His / Her Age?
Some of the statements on the checklist below are subtle changes in your pet that may be the beginnings of osteoarthritis, diabetes, or even kidney or liver disease. If you notice that your pet may be exhibiting any of these signs, call us to schedule your pet's exam and consultation with Dr. Wilson today! (904) 721-2119
Senior care has one goal: to help maintain the highest possible quality of life for your pet's golden years.
Early detection and treatment of chronic health problems is the most important aspect of care as your pet reaches the senior years. This is accomplished through a combination of a thorough history, a comprehensive physical exam, and laboratory testing. Some frequently performed testing includes a Complete Blood Count, Chemistry Panels, Electrolyte Screens, Hormone Testing, Electrocardiograms, and a Urinalysis. See the Tests Results Interpretation section on the links page of our website.
Pet Age Chart