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Senior Health Checklist

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Senior Health Checklist

Take your pet to the vet for a check-up at least twice a year after the age of 7*. Remember a once per year veterinary check-up is equivalent to you visiting your doctor once every 7 years!1

Your vet and veterinary health care team have all the expertise, skills and tools to detect and treat age-related diseases. They can answer your questions about caring for your senior pet, and advise you on appropriate diet and exercise routines.

To get the most out of your pet’s appointment, complete our Senior Pet Health Checklist.

* 5 years for large and giant breed dogs – dogs over 25kg bodyweight.

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Cat’s Senior Health Checklist

Cats age at different rates to humans and to dogs. Find out the age related issues that affect your senior cat.

Download our PDF questionnaire
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Dog’s Senior Health Checklist

Dogs have specific needs as they get older. Find out the age related issues that affect your senior dog.

Download our PDF questionnaire
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Canine Mobility Checklist

Dogs can have trouble moving around as they get older, find out if your dog might be suffering from mobility problems.

Download our PDF questionnaire
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Feline Mobility Checklist

Cats have trouble moving around as they get older too, but the signs can be hard to see. Find out if your cat might be suffering from mobility problems.

Download our PDF questionnaire