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Cat Care at Dixie Trail Animal Clinic
Along with preventive care, regular vaccinations and dental care when necessary, your pet can live a long, healthy, active life.
Keeping your pet's vaccinations up to date keeps your pet healthy, too. We recommend the following vaccination schedule as a general rule. Discuss alternatives with one of our veterinarians.
Senior pets of all types need specialized care. This may mean additional blood and urine screening, X-rays, or ultrasound monitoring. Providing preventative care for your senior pet can make a significant difference in their quality of life through their “older” years. For example, by diagnosing Chronic Kidney Failure in the early stages, we can recommend changes in your pet's diet which can significantly lengthen and improve their quality of life. We recommend the following for most senior patients:
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