Helping you care for your elderly pets

St. Anne's Older Pet Club !

Research over the last few years has shown that the ageing process can affect cats and dogs health once they reach 8 years of age and their dietary requirements change. The effects of this process can often be very subtle, but can be picked up at an early stage, giving you the opportunity to maintain your pet’s quality of life.

St Annes Vets

 

With this is mind why not come and join St Anne’s Older Pet Club.

Coming to the club would allow one of our qualified veterinary nurses to run through preventative health care for your pet, to discuss any concerns you may have and help you to keep them fit for life!

This consultation at the club is completely free of charge, lasts for around 20 minutes and includes:

 

  • A health check
  • A senior pack containing some great advice leaflets
  • A free urine screening test to look for any signs of renal disease or diabetes
  • A discount if a follow on vet appointment is needed

 

When you live with your pet day in day out it’s quite difficult to notice subtle changes in their condition. It is easy to dismiss important changes as 'just getting old'. One of our Vet nurses can help you to recognise and understand these signs and help you to manage the transition to the senior phase of your pet’s life. It would be a great help if you could fill out the older pet club questionnaire prior to the appointment by clicking here and bringing it along with you to the appointment.

If you would like to make an appointment then please call reception on 01323 640011 and ask for an older pet club appointment.

We look forward to meeting you.