We love our pets and, naturally, want to help them have the best lives possible. In order to do this, it’s necessary to recognize that, as our pets age, their needs change along with them. Consider the following tips to improve your senior pet’s health and quality of life.
When you think about veterinary care for your pet, you probably picture yourself going through the stressful experience of taking your pet to a physical veterinary clinic or hospital. However, there is a better way to access veterinary care for pets: mobile veterinary care where your veterinarian and a mobile clinic come to you, instead.
Nothing can take the stress and sadness away from having a terminally ill, injured, or aging pet who has reached the end of his or her life. Knowing what to expect during your pet’s final days and having the power to mitigate your pet’s suffering, however, can help.