Longer Lives for Senior Pets with Care from Walnut Grove Animal Clinic
Left undiagnosed and untreated, conditions such as heart problems, kidney failure, or osteoarthritis become debilitating.
Just like people, animals require additional care as they age. Animals age at a much faster pace than humans. This means that medical professionals have a very short window of time to intervene when problems arise. Left undiagnosed and untreated, conditions such as heart problems, kidney failure, or osteoarthritis become debilitating.
This means that it is even more important for senior animals to receive semi-annual wellness examinations and blood screens. Most pets are considered to be seniors around the age of 7, although larger breeds may reach their golden years earlier.
“Very professional staff. Nice welcoming environment for me and my dog. Price is also reasonable. I would recommend Walnut Grove Animal Clinic to all my friends and family.”- Jason B.
“Walnut Grove Animal Clinic is our go-to vet. The staff is friendly, helpful and very accommodating. Excellent care for our dog is important to us - we are lucky to have found this exceptional clinic!”- Heidi T.
“Our pet had an unexpected medical problem and Dr. Slattery was detrimental in helping us find out what was wrong with our pup and how we could him get better. I am so thankful for him. He is straight out of a hallmark movie!”- Elyse D.