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Senior Cats for Senior People

The seniors that are living in care facilities and/or homes have left many of their cherished belongings behind. This involves not only materialistic things but loving, family pets as well.

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Glucosamine for Dogs and Cats

As pets age, their joints become a bit more fragile, a bit stiffer, and simple things like walks can be tough. To help ease joint pain, glucosamine can be an excellent supplement for your older pet. Here are some important facts about Glucosamine:

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Pain in our Senior Pets

It seems like from one day to the next my energetic, vibrant Labrador mix puppy became a stiff, slow-moving old man, and it hit me, he is a senior!  To watch our pet’s age is so tough, it seems to arise quickly and we come to realize that their lifespan isn’t very long when it […]

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Is It Old Age or Pet Arthritis?

Determining if your cat has arthritis can be difficult, but that doesn’t mean it’s not there.  Cats don’t think to complain when they are sore – they just keep trying to make us happy! Yet, when a dog is limping or stiff getting up, this is a clear sign that they are experiencing arthritis pain. More subtle clues are easier […]

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Why Blood work for your Senior Cat is important

It is with coffee in hand and cat on lap that I write today about a topic that elicits numerous questions (and the occasional eye roll) from owners: regular senior blood /urine panels. Let’s begin by asking a couple questions: Do you spend every moment of the day and night tracking your cat’s behavior? Do you […]

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What We Know About Raw Diets

As a pet owner, it can often seem overwhelming to try and decide what diet is best for your pet.

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