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What to Expect From Your Aging Cat

So how old is my cat, really?
Cats are individuals and, like people, they experience advancing years in their own unique ways. Many cats begin to encounter age-related physical changes between seven and ten years of age, and most do so by the time they are 12. 84 more words

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7 Reasons to Adopt a Senior Dog

1. Senior dogs at shelters need homes just as badly as younger dogs. Many older dogs were once owned and loved by someone. For whatever reason, they were given up and abandoned in a shelter and are in need of a home. 440 more words

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Have a Great Weekend

Have a great weekend from Midtown Mobile Vet

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Why You Should Consider A Senior Cat...

Read this, and then take a moment to imagine your next visit to your local animal shelter. You walk in and immediately, your eyes are drawn to the puppies. 884 more words

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Geriatric Care

Did you know that in veterinary medicine, a small dog or cat 9 years of age or older is considered a geriatric patient. Medium to large breed dogs are considered geriatric at age 6-7 years, depending on their size. 105 more words

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