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Why Your Cat is Missing the Litter Box

Why Your Cat is Missing the Litter Box

Is your cat missing the litter box? Our feline friends are highly sensitive to stress and environmental changes, which can often lead to urinary issues. Check out these reasons your cat may using something else other than the litter box for toilet...

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Signs Your Dog Could Be in Pain

Signs Your Dog Could Be in Pain

Dogs are our faithful companions, always loving us and showing us devotion. You probably would want to do anything you can to ensure he's healthy and comfortable. September is Animal Pain Awareness Month, and we want to share some of the signs that might...

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Our Top 10 Health Tips for Senior Cats

Our Top 10 Health Tips for Senior Cats

We adore our senior cats! What's not to love: they're cuddly, calm, and cute as ever. As they age, it's important to keep in mind what they require so that they enjoy their golden years. Check out our top 10 list of health tips for senior cats: 1. Schedule...

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3 Simple Ways to Show Your Senior Pet Some Love

3 Simple Ways to Show Your Senior Pet Some Love

Want to know how you can show your senior pet some love and affection in her golden years? Here are our tips on how you can make your fur baby feel cherished.#1: Teach your old dog (or cat) new tricks.Senior pets can suffer from declining cognitive...

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The Golden Years: Why Senior Pets are the Best

The Golden Years: Why Senior Pets are the Best

Are you thinking of bringing a new furry friend home? We encourage you to consider a senior pet! Here are five reasons why senior pets make amazing additions to the family.1. They're focused and smart. Unlike their younger counterparts, senior pets can...

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Pain Management for Your Pets

Pain Management for Your Pets

We all worry about our beloved pets being in pain. A major reason that people seek our services here at Senior Paws is for help identifying and managing their pet’s pain. Pain can affect areas of the body differently. Veterinarians can help determine...

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Preparing for Pet Loss

Preparing for Pet Loss

Part of what I do as a hospice veterinarian is to help clients prepare for the loss of their beloved pet. This is a very confusing time for many pet owners. The news that their pet has a terminal illness is often unexpected and overwhelming.  In order to...

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What is Animal Hospice?

What is Animal Hospice?

Hospice care aims to meet the physical and mental needs of a pet faced with a life-limiting illness. It begins the moment a pet has been diagnosed with a terminal condition and the family has decided not to pursue aggressive, curative therapies. Hospice...

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When Should I Get a New Pet?

When Should I Get a New Pet?

Lilly owned a pet boutique downtown. She took her golden retriever, Hank, to work with her every day so he could greet and socialize with her customers. After 9 years together, Hank was diagnosed with end-stage lymphoma, and Lilly made the brave decision...

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