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Help Your Senior Pets Stay Healthy & Active in Markham

As your pet ages, new problems can arise such as loss of mobility, digestive problems, vision impairment, and kidney and heart disease. Regular checkups at Cachet Village Animal Hospital will help to ensure your senior pet stays fit and healthy for as long as possible.

Proactive Pet Care with Early Detection

Early detection of age-related problems combined with the latest in advanced medical techniques can help your pet maintain a wonderful quality of life for a very long time. We will do all that we can, including pain management, so that your pet is happy and comfortable throughout his or her senior years.

As your pet ages, be sure to watch for the following signs that could indicate that his or her health may be compromised:

  • Loss of mobility
  • Difficulty eating
  • Loss of hearing
  • Weight changes
  • Any noticeable change in mood or temperament

Most pets are considered “senior” when they reach 7 years of age, but some larger dogs might begin to experience age-related medical issues as young as 5 years old.

Regular Veterinary Exams & Pet Information

At Cachet Village Animal Hospital, we normally recommend thorough veterinary exams twice per year for senior pets, with lab work performed at least once per year. Call us today to book an appointment for your pet. Learn more about senior pet care at the pet owner's resource website of the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA).

Senior Dog

Cachet Village Animal Hospital

735 Markland Street, Suite 14

Markham, ON L6C 0G6


Monday – Thursday: 8 AM – 8 PM
Friday: 8 AM – 6 PM
Saturday: 9 AM – 4 PM

Service Area
Richmond Hill

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