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Celebrating Seniors

As your pet is getting older and crossing into their Golden Years, it does not have to mean a decline in quality of life, comfort, or that they can no longer do the things they enjoy the most. You may have heard the saying “age is not a disease”. We want to share this message with all of our clients and their furry friends. There are many steps you and your veterinarian can take to keep your senior pet happy and healthy!

Every healthy day with our senior pets should be a celebration as dog and cat years can add up quickly. Starting on October 1st, we will be celebrating all our senior pets with our special Celebrating Seniors packages. All dogs and cats who are 7 or older are eligible for these discounted blood pressure monitoring and blood tests until November 30th.

The Celebrating Seniors packages will help us better understand what approach will provide your pet with the best possible care and ensure their golden years are as bright as possible. By running bloodwork on your senior pets, we can catch potential illnesses early on which will help make treatment more manageable. As we age, we become susceptible to joint pain, dental conditions, or internal diseases. The Celebrating Senior packages will help ensure your pet is on the right track towards a long and healthy life.

Book your senior pet in to be part of the celebration!

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Malum Vixen

We took our older dog to Dr. Froimovitch for a second opinion and so happy we did. Dr. Froimovitch is…

Linda Crosson

Have been with the office since 1990, am multiple cat owner. Have never had other than excellent service at this…

Tara Starfire

Have been bringing my cats here for years. Very friendly staff that seem to love the animals they care for.…

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