Senior Pet Wellness
in Broomfield, CO

Laurel Veterinary Clinic provides customized senior wellness veterinary care to dogs and cats in Broomfield, CO, to optimize their health. We consider pets over the age of seven years old to be senior-aged. Pets at this life stage become more susceptible to contracting health issues, making routine veterinary visits, early disease detection, and screenings more important in preventing diseases and providing comfort.

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Get 20% Off Your Senior Pet’s Wellness Bloodwork Through December 31st!

For Senior Wellness Month, we are offering a 20% discount on senior pet bloodwork for dogs and cats. Pets 7 years old and up are considered seniors, but some large dog breeds may qualify at a younger age. Contact us if you’re not sure!

This promotion will run through December 31st, and covers the following tests:

  • Thorough bloodwork analysis
  • Thyroid function tests
  • Urinalysis
  • Heartworm and tick-borne disease testing (dogs only)
  • Kidney function tests
  • Fecal screening that looks for 20 different parasites

These tests make up the wellness panel, which is essential for senior dogs and cats. By testing your pet regularly, we can detect many illnesses early and provide early treatment to improve your pet’s health.

Below is how much you’ll save on your pet’s wellness bloodwork:

  • Original cost of these tests: $498.68 for dogs; $439 for cats
  • Discount prices for these tests: $310.40 for dogs; $262.40 for cats

Dog Years vs Human Years

7 dog years = 44 – 56 years
10 dog years = 56 – 78 years
15 dog years = 76 – 96 years
20 dog years = 96 – 120 years

Cat Years vs Human Years

7 cat years = 54 years
10 cat years = 63 years
15 cat years = 78 years
20 cat years = 97 years

Veterinary Care for Senior Pets

Because pets age more quickly than humans, we recommend more frequent veterinary visits at what we may consider a younger age. We recommend senior-aged pets to visit a veterinarian for a comprehensive wellness exam and screenings at least twice a year. Frequent routine visits allow the veterinarian to detect and treat health issues as early as possible. Common health issues seen in older pets include:

  • Diabetes
  • Arthritis
  • Heart disease
  • Liver disease
  • Certain types of cancer
Dog and cat sitting next to eachother

Routine visits to Laurel Veterinary Clinic allow our veterinary team to stay on top of your senior pet’s wellness and optimize their health.

Get the best care for your best friend.

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