Just like with people, age can creep up slowly on pets. Pet parents might not realise their furry friend is starting to display some age-related changes.
If your 7+ pet does not show any signs of ageing consider Science PlanTM Youthful Vitality - cutting-edge food science to fight the effects of ageing for healthy senior pets.
If you see four or more of the signs of ageing then go to your vet and ask about Prescription DietTM k/dTM + Mobility – combining our best science to manage geriatric pets.
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Your pet is now confused by
ordinary things like how to
find their bed, or is barking
for no reason
Bad breath, red swollen
gums, difficulty chewing,
changes in eating habits
Naps have become more
appealing than active play,
running or jumping
Signs of discomfort,
lameness or pain, difficulty
rising from rest
Your pet doesn't
socialise with you
as much as before
Drinking more than usual,
urinating more frequently, losing
weight, loss of appetite, vomiting,
diarrhoea & weakness
Your pet is well trained
but has started having
Coughing, panting more
often, short of breath &
Sleeping patterns have
changed with more awake
time during the night
Dulling coat, lumps or bumps
skin odour, excessive scratching
licking or chewing, poor grooming
Your pet is showing some signs of ageing which may be slowing them down mentally and physically.
Go to your vet and ask about Prescription DietTM k/dTM + Mobility – combining our best science to manage geriatric pets.
Also ask your vet for an IDEXX Geriatric Screening Test with SDMA. It can pick up kidney disease up to 4 years earlier in cats and 2 years earlier in dogs. Earlier detection means earlier intervention, which can give your pet the best chance at a long, happy and healthy life.
It seems your pet may not be showing many signs of ageing. Consider feeding Science PlanTM Youthful Vitality - cutting-edge
food science to fight the effects of ageing for healthy senior pets.
Remember, regular veterinary examinations can detect problems in older pets before they become advanced or life-threatening, and improve the chances of a longer and healthier life for your pet.