By sharing life and love with you, your pet has given you a precious gift. Now that your pet is considered a “senior citizen,” you have the opportunity to give something in return—the special care that makes the “golden years” happy and healthy ones.
Our pets are increasingly vulnerable to many illnesses as they reach their later years of life. Their health problems related to advancing years are similar to our own, including:
- Heart disease
- Dental problems
- Liver disease
- Digestive disorders
- Kidney disease
Early detection and treatment of diseases can enable us to extend your pet’s life and improve the quality of it as well. The Senior Wellness screening for your pet includes:
- White Blood Cell Analysis
- Red Blood Cell Analysis
- Platelet Count
- Blood Profile (evaluates major organs, i.e. liver, kidneys, pancreas, etc.)
- Thyroid Screening
- X-rays of the chest and abdomen
If your pet is enrolled in our Senior Wellness program, you will receive a friendly reminder when your pet is due for a wellness visit to our clinic. At the time of your pet’s visit, we will also be performing a Senior Wellness profile. This profile includes urine and stool examination. We ask that you attempt to provide us with those samples at the time of your appointment to reduce your pet’s stress during his/her visit.
You may be concerned about the stress of blood testing and X-rays—but with the advanced equipment available today, your pet’s procedures can be done safely and comfortably. One of our knowledgeable veterinary technicians would be happy to answer any questions regarding these procedures.
We are currently offering two Senior Wellness programs, as well as a chance to save on your next dental cleaning. Both programs offer a 20% savings off of standard services.
We have had numerous inquiries about our client’s younger pets as well. They would also benefit from this program and can receive the same tests and discounts under our Wellness programs.
Your pet’s health is our primary concern. Call us at (262) 728-8622 to learn how you can protect your pet’s health and save at the same time.