Senior Pet Wellness – Pawlidays

Pawliday season is in full swing!

Save big on the perfect gift for your senior pet.

Book today for 30% savings with our Senior Pawlidays Bundle.

Pawliday memories are important for your furry friends, too, so don’t forget to include your senior pet in your holiday plans this year! As your pet ages, their needs change, and proactive wellness becomes more crucial. Just like us, your senior pet can experience various age-related issues, from joint discomfort to decreased mobility and other health concerns. Your pet’s golden years should feel, well, golden. Give your senior pet the gift of a happier, healthier life with the one they love most: you.

At Woodland Animal Hospital, we think your senior pet deserves the best in care and attention.  

Just $339!

Value: $509

When you book our senior pawlidays bundle, your pet will receive:

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We consider pets that are

seven years old

 or older to be senior-aged pets. At this stage in their lives, dogs and cats are more susceptible to contracting health issues. Early detection can help prevent disease and minimize suffering of an older pet.

Getting Older Means Going to the Vet More Often

While annual check-ups are important for pets of all ages, making more frequent vet visits is especially important for mature pets. We consider pets that are seven years old and older to be senior-aged pets. At this stage in their lives, dogs and cats are more susceptible to contracting health issues, including the following:

  • Diabetes
  • Arthritis
  • Heart disease
  • Liver disease
  • Certain types of cancer

We recommend bringing your senior pet to our facility at least twice a year for head-to-tail examinations and evaluations, vaccinations and lab tests. Routine visits to Sunset allow our veterinary team to stay on top of your senior pet’s health and keep you in the know about any potential ailments.


Regular veterinary check-ups are some of the easiest ways to ensure the health of your mature pet, but there are a few other things you can do to keep your senior pet happy and healthy, including:

  • Mobility Aids – Senior pets may not be able to get around as easily as they used to. You can provide assistance by placing ramps for access to high areas like beds and furniture and adding rugs for improved traction on slippery flooring.
  • Exercise — Exercise is just as important for senior pets as it is for younger pets. It keeps them mobile, boosts their mood and impedes weight gain.
  • Comfortable Bedding — If you haven’t already done so, consider providing your senior pet with a soft, supportive bed for naptime and bedtime.
  • Healthy Diet – Aging pets should eat food that is tailored to their age group for optimal digestion and caloric intake.
  • Careful Monitoring – Keep a lookout for changes in your pet’s behavior and mood, as they may indicate a health condition. Pay special attention to eating, drinking, sleeping and bathroom patterns. Make sure to let your vet know about any changes

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