Behavior Changes and Signs of Disease in Senior Pets
As a pet owner, you want to be able to understand your pet’s needs as much as possible. Dogs and cats are not often forthcoming about their illness or discomfort. Here are some common behavior changes and disease symptoms to look out for, so you can reach out to us if you ever sense a problem for your pet:
When is it Time to Think About Cat or Dog Euthanasia?
The question of when to opt for cat or dog euthanasia is a difficult one, and it is the hardest event we face in a pet’s life. West Ashley Veterinary Clinic can help by providing an End-of-Life packet with guidelines to evaluate your pet’s quality of life, along with tips on hospice care and a description of the euthanasia process so you know what to expect. From providing information to actively engaging in discussion with you about your beloved senior pet, we are here for you. Please call us at (843) 571-7095 if you have questions or concerns about your companion.