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Senior pets are at risk of cancer, diabetes and joint problems, as well as heart, kidney and liver diseases.
They also require different veterinary care than younger pets. Talk to your vet about caring for your senior pet.
There are special diets and nutrition needs to keep in mind as your pet ages. Your vet can help you learn more.
Exercise can help senior pets maintain better health and can even help prevent certain illnesses.
Poor dental care leads to a higher risk of diseases, so practice home dental care and get professional cleanings.
Taking special care of your senior pet can grant you extra years with your loved one! Talk to your vet today!

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