|Due in large part to better nutrition and preventive veterinary care,
pets are living longer, resulting in an increasing
number of senior pets. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), four out of 10
dogs and cats, or nearly 44.8 million pets, are a least seven years old. As the U.S. pet population grows older
and more pets enter their silver years, special care is needed to deal with the physical effects of aging.
While pet owners are mindful of aging, many are unaware of the signs
to look for in their pets. Changes in eating
AVAH is offering services tailored to meet the needs of senior pets.
"We decided to become a SilverPets clinic
The SilverPets Program incorporates a senior wellness exam to get a
headstart on prevention and decrease the
1 tablespoon cut parsley
1 tablespoon safflower oil
1 whole egg
1 ½ cups whole-wheat flour
2 tablespoons brewer’s years (omit if pet has allergies)
1 egg beaten for basting
Cranberry Extract is high in Vitamin C and prevents bacteria from adhering to the bladder wall.
Women who drink a pint of juice a day had 63% reduction in recurrence of urinary tract infections.
And YES YOU CAN GIVE IT TO YOUR PETS!!!!
One 3000 mg capsule is equivalent to 24 ounces of cranberry juice.
1/8 capsule for cats & small dogs,
¼ capsule for medium dogs,
½ capsule for large dogs
and 1 capsule for giant breed dogs.
Give THREE times a day.
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Training Package is $22.50 for Head Collar, Matching Leash, Indoor Lead and 66-pg instruction booklet.
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We look forward to seeing you and your pet
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