Wellness screens for senior pets

Wellness screens for senior pets

Raise your veterinary clients' awareness of important changes their older pet may be experiencing.
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Apr 30, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

Your clients want their pets to live long and healthy lives—and you want to help them get there.

Use these clients handouts to help pet owners identify behavioral changes their dog or cat could experience as part of the aging process, as well as understand the importance of wellness screenings to detect early signs of disease.

Download a wellness for the older pet client handout and a behavior screen for older dogs and cats questionnaire, and put them to work in your veterinary hospital today.

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