Senior Pet Health and Wellness

BeverlyHills_iStock_000050862996_LargeThere will come a time in nearly every pet’s life when age begins to compromise certain aspects of health and energy. You may start to notice that your pet is sleeping a bit more or has lost interest in those long walks he once held so dearly. Or, perhaps your senior pet has just been diagnosed with arthritis, a condition common to older pets.

No matter what the signs happen to be, your once vibrant cat or dog, so full of youthful vim and vigor, has started to get older. You may wonder if there is anything that can be done to bring back some of the health and energy of the younger years. And, the good news is yes, there are some ways to make your pet’s golden years shine. Continue…

The Windows to the Soul: Pet Eye Care

BevHills_iStock_000014142069_LargeWhomever the first person was to say that the eyes are the windows to the soul must have had a pet. You can’t help but look into those big, loving eyes and see your pet’s true nature.

Our pet’s eyes and vision are very important and it is crucial that we take good care of them. Pets can have ophthalmology issues just as people can, and pet eye care is a must. Learn about your pet’s eyes and how to be sure that they allow you to see your pet’s soul for a long time to come. Continue…

You Are Not Alone: A Guide To Grieving And Pet Loss

Madison_iStock_000013832378_LargeFor most pet owners, life doesn’t simply go on after the death of a beloved pet. Regardless of the details precipitating those final moments, when a pet succumbs to illness or injury it can be utterly devastating. While it’s difficult to accept the terms of a beloved pet’s death, there are appropriate ways to process pet loss, and we are here to help all of our clients take that first, seemingly impossible step toward acceptance and healing.

Deep Affection

As a pet owner, you’re no stranger to the loyalty and companionship implicit in a pet’s relationship. The powerful combination of adoration, shared adventures, and serious snuggle time add meaning to both of your lives, no matter how much time you’ve had together. Pet owners know well at adoption that a new pet will eventually age and pass away, and perhaps that’s what makes the time spent together so much sweeter. Continue…