Senior pets are considered ‘senior’ after the age of seven. As our pets mature, we may see changes in their health and well-being, therefore it is necessary to monitor these changes and help them were necessary to ensure longevity and overall quality of life.

Fortunately, due to advancement in medicine and care, our pets have been living longer and healthier than ever before. At LVH, providing you with support and guidance during your pet’s older years is very important to us.

Annual or bi-annual physical examinations, supplemented with diagnostics such as bloodwork, x-rays, urinalysis and ultrasound, are key components in our senior pet health programs. Pet care plans are individualized based your pets needs and often include diet and supplement recommendations  to help ensure a longer, healthier life.