Caring for Senior Dogs (Age 7 and Older)

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For senior dogs ages seven and older, routine blood work and a thorough physical exam will help your veterinarian detect health issues in their early stages. Dental disease, liver and kidney problems, thyroid problems, and cancer, are just a few of the senior canine health issues your veterinarian will be screening for.

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