Senior Pets Rock!

Are you considering adopting a pet this Holiday Season?  If so, won’t you consider adoption of a senior pet? Often times senior pets end up at the humane society or animal shelter because their owners have passed away or been placed in a nursing home where pets are not accepted.  In these cases, senior pets will sometimes spend the remainder of their lives at the shelter.  Senior pets can make a great addition to a family who is looking for a dog that won’t chew up furniture or shoes!  In addition, senior pets come with training already loaded – potty training and obedience training are usually included.  Talk about thankful, most senior pets would be so incredibly appreciative to spend the rest of their lives with a family instead of at the shelter. Please give it some thought when choosing your next family member!

-Dr. Daisy

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