Senior Pet Health Checks

Wild cats live up to 8 years with an average lifespan of 5 years. Stray dogs live up to 10 years with an average lifespan of 8 years. Our loved pets live much longer, but in their advanced years may suffer from age-related conditions. In many cases we can treat these problems to make these “old” years “happy” years and keep them younger, longer! The sooner problems are diagnosed, the sooner treatment is started and the more we can help!

 

As pets age, they can become prone to developing certain types of diseases:

Regular checkups with your veterinarian will help detect any health problems early

The earlier these problems are identified the more can be done to help.
This is where Cambridge Vets can help.
We can provide a more pro-active approach to senior animal care through an individualised wellness programme for your pet.

Remember, pets age about 7 times faster than humans, so a trip to the vet once a year for your pet is like a trip to the doctors every 7 years for us.

Providing optimal care for Senior Pets:

  • Intervention will be of more benefit if instituted early
  • Promotes early detection of abnormalities (even in the apparently normal pet)
  • Promotes individualised medical care to enhance quality & length of life
  • Acknowledges & enhances the human-animal bond

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Happy Easter Cambridge Vets, thank you for the care you gave my doggy, you are amazing.

3 weeks ago
Cambridge Vets

Easter can be a hazardous time for our Furry friends, with lots of enticing chocolaty treats in the home. Just a quick reminder to tell the Easter Bunny not to leave Eggs and goodies hiding around the garden or house unless your curious little pets are safely locked away 🐰🍫 ... See MoreSee Less

Easter can be a hazardous time for our Furry friends, with lots of enticing chocolaty treats in the home. Just a quick reminder to tell the Easter Bunny not to leave Eggs and goodies hiding around the garden or house unless your curious little pets are safely locked away 🐰🍫

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Thank you Cambridge Vets for your information, take care peoples the Vet Team have warned you !!!

4 weeks ago
Cambridge Vets

Our New Puppy Pre-school date: Thursday 2nd May 2024. 🐕🐩🐾
Below is a link to the website for more details and application forms.
Call the clinic and ask for Cindy for anymore information 078277099.
www.cambridgevets.co.nz/pet-animal-services/our-pet-animal-services/puppy-pre-school/
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Karen Walsh for Peggy?

4 weeks ago
Cambridge Vets

February Puppy Pre-School Graduates! 🐾🐕
We've had a wonderful class of pawrents and pups who have all learnt and grown so much! We really appreciate that you want to do the best for your puppy and thank you for choosing us to help you along the way. Keep up the good work! 😊

Photo L to R 📸
Gus, Mavis, Freddy, Buddy, LJ, Lany, Bruce & Hagrid. 🐾
Absent: Agie & Lulu and Olive. 🐾
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February Puppy Pre-School Graduates! 🐾🐕
Weve had a wonderful class of pawrents and pups who have all learnt and grown so much! We really appreciate that you want to do the best for your puppy and thank you for choosing us to help you along the way. Keep up the good work! 😊

Photo L to R 📸
Gus, Mavis, Freddy, Buddy, LJ, Lany, Bruce & Hagrid. 🐾
Absent: Agie & Lulu and Olive. 🐾
4 weeks ago
Cambridge Vets

Check out our latest Cambridge Vets Vet Advisor Newsletter.
In this edition:
- Repro Benchmarking
- Milk Cultures and Dryoff
- New Lepto information
- Facial Eczema
and much more ...
www.cambridgevets.co.nz/wp-content/uploads/2024/03/Summer-Autumn-2024b-PDF-1.pdf
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