Skip to main content

Senior Pet Care

Call Us 623.806.PETS
  • Monday-Friday: 7am-7pm

As your pet ages, his or her healthcare needs often change. In order to maximize your pet’s quality of life and make the most of the senior years, it is important to consider areas that often get overlooked in your pet’s youth—nutrition, weight, activity level, mental health, dental care, and pain management. Hearing and vision loss, as well as mobility issues, are common, and your senior pet may require special accommodations at home. Palliative care to manage age-related diseases may also be an important addition to your pet’s current healthcare plan.

Maintaining an open dialogue with your veterinarian about any changes that you are noticing at home and visiting the veterinarian at least once every six months are two easy ways to address your concerns early. The sooner we can identify problem areas as a team, the better we can address them in a way that best suits your pet and meets his or her needs.

Take a Closer Look

   A Closer Look Video

Facility Tour

   A Closer Look Video

Specialty Care

   A Closer Look Video

What To Expect

Get To Know OurDoctors

Explore Now
Midwestern University Animal Health Institute Logo