Senior pets are more prone to health issues

10/21/2010 | ConsumerAffairs.com

Pets, just like people, are at increased risk for health issues such as diabetes and osteoarthritis as they get older. As such, pets should also get routine tests as humans do to allow for early disease detection and successful treatments, says Susan Nelson, a veterinarian with Kansas State University. "It's also important to work closely with your veterinarian, as many pets are on more than one type of medication as they age, just like humans," she adds.

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