The Benefits of Adopting a Senior Pet

The Benefits of Adopting a Senior Pet

Senior pets are high on the list of hard to adopt animals for the very simple reason that most people want a puppy or kitten. And we get it; puppies and kittens are extremely adorable, fluffy and fun. BUT, so are senior pets! Many senior animals that are in shelters...
Senior Pet of the Week: Flynn

Senior Pet of the Week: Flynn

This regal looking fella is Flynn. We first met Flynn in 2005, when he was brought in for his initial check up after being rescued from a shelter. At this time it was estimated that he was about 6 or 7 years old. Currently, Flynn shares his home with Smudge, a 10 year...
Feline Osteoarthritis

Feline Osteoarthritis

  Our understanding and management of feline pain, both acute and chronic has changed markedly over the recent decade. One of the conditions that causes chronic pain in our cats is osteoarthritis (OA). It’s a disease that is given a lot of attention in our canine...
Senior Pet of the Week: Molly

Senior Pet of the Week: Molly

This beautiful senior girl is Molly. If you can believe it, she is 17 years old! The average life span for a Black Lab is 12-13 years and Molly has definitely surpassed that. We first met Molly 6 years ago when she was a young 11 year old, already considered to be a...
Well Done Pot Roast- A Day in the Life

Well Done Pot Roast- A Day in the Life

A Day in the Life of Pot Roast the Bull Terrier Amherst Veterinary Hospital has mentioned their patient, Pot Roast, in a few blogs now. As the owner of such a clown, comedian, companion and occasional terror, I’m often asked what he is like at home. I thought I’d...
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