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30-Year-Old Siamese Cat Named World’s Oldest by Guinness

At 30 years old, Scooter, a Siamese feline, has been declared the new world’s oldest living cat by the Guinness Book of World Records. Born on March 26, 1986, Scooter lives with his owner Gail Floyd in Mansfield, Texas. Gail … Continue reading

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Senior Pet Care: How do my pet’s needs change as they age?

Thanks to advances in veterinary medicine, and the proper senior pet care, pets in Tampa are living longer than ever before. However with this increased lifespan comes an increase in the types of ailments that can afflict senior pets. As … Continue reading

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The Importance of Feline Senior Screening Diagnostics

By Dr. Susan Vaughn As our pets age their risk of developing chronic diseases of different body organs increases.  At age 7 we consider cats to be seniors and your veterinarian will recommend health screening diagnostics just as your human … Continue reading

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Planning for Your Pet’s Veterinary Healthcare in 2015

With the arrival of the New Year, we want to help you plan for your pet’s individualized wellness care plan based on their age, breed, health status, environment, lifestyle and travel habits. Whether your pet is young, adult, or senior, … Continue reading

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Canine Senior Wellness Labs

By Dr. Bryan Clarke As our understanding of canine healthcare and medical capabilities have improved over time, so has our ability to detect medical conditions earlier in their development. Just as in people, as our dogs age, their likelihood of … Continue reading

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