9635 Boat Club Road
Fort Worth, Texas 76179
If you have a senior pet, it is important to be watchful of changes that may occur in your cat or dog. Did you know that by age seven, most pets are already considered to have reached their senior years? Your pet may begin to experience signs of aging sooner or later depending on their size, breed, and current health condition.
The senior wellness exam includes a thorough physical examination including dental evaluation, an orthopedic evaluation and a discussion about any health issues that are of concern to you or your pet. We offer an array of comprehensive diagnostics for the senior pet including:
As your dog or cat matures, you will see changes in your pet’s physical appearance or notice behavior changes. Your pet may begin to “slow down” or respond less quickly to stimuli around them. There are, however, signs that you should be aware of that could indicate a problem. Please call us right away if you notice any of the following signs in your pet:
In addition to the care we provide for your pet at our hospital, there are measures you can take at home to keep them healthy and free of age-related health conditions. A balanced diet and regular play and exercise are an important step in keeping your pet happy and healthy. This will help your pet maintain their ideal weight and prevent the onset of chronic conditions such as arthritis and diabetes.
We are here to help you and your family pet through every life stage. Please contact us today to schedule a senior wellness exam for your pet and to discuss any questions you may have about your mature pet.
BOAT CLUB ROAD ANIMAL HOSPITAL
9635 Boat Club Road | Fort Worth, Texas 76179
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