As cat’s age, they may develop special health care needs and may require more attention and care than younger dogs. Common age related health conditions in aging cats include advanced dental disease, kidney failure, hyperthyroidism, diabetes mellitus and cancer. At Veterinary Medical Center, we believe that caring for your aging cat includes increased vigilance by us through bi-annual senior feline wellness exams. Many health conditions can be prevented from progressing into more serious illnesses and negatively affecting your cat’s quality of life when detected early and managed properly
Senior feline wellness exams are more extensive than feline wellness exams, and include:
Because cats age more rapidly than people, dramatic changes in health can occur in as little as 3 to 6 months. If you notice any of the following signs, we recommend you schedule an appointment with us to have your senior cat evaluated:
We want to help you provide your aging cat with the best and most comprehensive senior veterinary care available. Together we will help your cat experience the healthiest and happiest quality of life in his/her “golden years!” Please contact us to schedule a senior wellness exam for your senior cat.
Please bring the following items with you to ensure the best possible experience:
If this is your first visit to our hospital, any previous veterinary records pertaining to your senior cat needs to be submitted to our hospital 24 hours in advance of their first appointment.
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