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Do you have a question? Have a look at some of the commonly asked questions we have answered.

At what age is my cat or dog considered a senior?

Pets are considered senior pets at the age of 7 in cats and small and medium breed dogs and the age of 5 for large breed dogs.

Should I change my older dog or cat’s diet?

Pets' nutritional needs do change as they reach their senior years, which is the age of 7 in cats and small and medium breed dogs and the age of 5 for large breed dogs.  

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What are the signs of ageing in cats and dogs?

Age related changes in cats and dogs start small. Here are few key signs to look out for:

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I’ve heard that kidney disease is a silent killer for senior pets. How do I know if my cat or dog has this disease?

Kidney disease is a prevalent, serious disease that requires a blood test to be diagnosed. Previous studies have found that 1 in 3 cats and 1 in 10 dogs are likely to develop kidney disease in their lifetime.

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What are the most common conditions affecting older cats and dogs?

Senior pets may develop age-related problems such as:

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