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Senior Pet Services and Care


Senior Pet Services and Care at Perry Hall Animal Hospital in Baltimore


SPECIAL - For the month of December, we are offering $50 OFF a Senior Blood Panel Screen (Reg $212) when you bring your adult or senior pet (over age 4) in to see us for an exam.


Mugsy, our hospital cat, gets his senior blood screen every three to six months and it's helped us to keep him healthy and feeling great at 16 years young! We know that this is a great way to ensure your adult or senior pet (age 4 or over) is healthy on the inside and allows our medical team to diagnose or discover any potential problems early on.  If everything looks pretty and perfect on the blood work, then you'll feel great and we'll have baseline values specific to your pet to refer back to if he or she ever does get sick.  It's also great information that we can monitor over time to catch any early signs of disease.  Give your senior pet (and your family) the gift of a five more years this holiday season by getting a senior exam and blood panel screen.

Osteoarthritis Relief and Senior Pet Services and Care


max-pictureIt’s tough getting old! But it doesn’t have to be painful or debilitating.  There are many new and innovative medical treatments to help those arthritic joints and allow your pet to live out his golden years with joy and dignity!

We love our senior pets and think they deserve the best care and everything that's available to them.  Old age doesn't have to be a disease anymore and there are many treatments and therapies that will prolong their quality of life.  Senior pets (over age 7) should be seen two times a year for a thorough check up.  Pets age much faster than humans, so a 6 month time period is like 3.5 years to us!  You wouldn't wait 3 years to get a check up if you were a senior citizen, so do your pet a favor and visit us at least twice a year to catch any potential illnesses in their early stages.