As cats enter their golden years, extra attention has to be given to their grooming. Read on to learn some of the reasons why senior cats' fur can get matted and how regular grooming can help your old cat look and feel their very best.
Our feline friends are living increasingly long and comfortable lives. While this is great news, it means that pet parents need to be attentive to the unique needs of old cats. In today's post, we discuss what you should expect as your cat ages and tips for senior cat care.
Is your kitty reluctant to eat, or losing weight? It could be a sign that your feline friend is suffering from a dental health problem. A common dental health issue in cats is an inflammation of the gums called gingivitis. Read on to learn the signs and how to treat a cat with gingivitis.
Dental problems in dogs are as painful as our own. Needless to say, the best way to avoid unnecessary suffering for your pup is through regular preventive care. But, when dog teeth problems do occur, it's important to know the signs and what to do. Our Morton vets explain.
Keeping dogs strong and active as they age helps them maintain comfortable mobility well into old age, but if your old dog is showing signs of hind-end weakness there are things you can do to help. Here are some tips from our Morton vets on how to strengthen your old dog's hind legs.
Obesity is a growing health concern in our pet population, but it's important to stress that unexplained weight loss can also be related to serious underlying health problems in dogs, especially older pets. Today, our Morton vets explain why senior dogs lose weight, and what you can do.