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Changes Expected When Pets Get Older

Just like their owners, pets go through a lot of changes as they reach their senior years. At Morinville Vet Clinic, we deal with many of the medical changes that are a concern to pets and their owners. Some examples of these would be arthritis, heart disease and kidney failure.

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Important Information on Senior Cats

Indoor cats live to be 15 – 18 years old. It is possible for cats to live to be 20 or more. Cats are consider middle aged at 7-9 years old and are senior at 10 years old. Old age is not a disease. With age some diseases become more likely.

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How Old Is Your Cat In Human Years?

by Morinville Veterinary Clinic

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How Old Is Your Dog In Human Years?

 by Morinville Veterinary Clinic

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Younger Children and Senior Pets

As a veterinarian I frequently hear that “my old dog or my old cat” doesn’t like the kids. A lot of the time these people are considering rehoming or euthanizing their long term family member because they are anxious about the things that happen at home. This blog is going to draw from my own […]

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A None Bias Opinion on Grain-Free Diets and Dilated Cardiomyopathy in Dogs

Disclaimer: This blog is to not meant to bad talk anyone and/or any companies out there making/and or using grain-free diets.

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Last updated: January 11, 2022.

Dear Clients,

For the health and safety of our staff and clients, we are asking that all clients coming into the clinic wear a mask at all times. We are allowing one client in the exam room with their pet during their pets appointment. The health and safety of you and all of our staff is our top priority so that we can continue to offer your pets the care they deserve. We ask for your patience and understanding while we navigate these challenging times together.

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