Blog - Tag

Oral Health Care in Senior Pets

Oral health care is important during any stage of a pet’s life but is especially important for our senior pets. Plaque and tartar will accumulate on your pet’s teeth over the course of their lives and can cause inflammation, pain, and lead to damage of the tooth.

Read More

Step Up To The Plate On Senior Nutrition

When our pets reach a mature or senior age, (typically around the age of 7) their nutrition needs tend to change. Each pet is different, which means their nutritional needs are different.

Read More

Pain Management for Senior Pets

As your pets age, you may notice them starting to slow down. Maybe they have trouble chasing that ball that at one time they could chase for hours. Maybe they suddenly struggle with things that used to be simple, like getting up on the couch or climbing the stairs. Or maybe your pet’s behaviour seems […]

Read More

Getting Old Sucks…. But We Have Solutions!

Often we find ourselves clenching our teeth as our old dogs try to get up, or making an “oh that’s gotta hurt” face when our older cats miss a jump they used to make, then running to their side to ensure they are ok. We often live in the moment with our pets, but don’t […]

Read More
1 2 3
Mayfield Veterinary Clinic has been looking after my cats since I moved here 10 years ago. The staff is…

Medic Clark

From the minute you enter the staff and vets at Mayfield are always very welcoming and considerate. They are thorough…

Riverside Inc.

I brought my senior cat to mayfield who was sneezing, wheezing and having difficulty breathing. It was a general appointment…

Ross Faulkner

Wonderful vets/ vet techs. Our 9 year old family dog was on deaths door, until we brought her in, now…

Ruthanne Post

Mayfield vet is always such a great resource for me when I am concerned about the well being of my…

Megan Mcshane

Blog

Feline Urinary Obstruction - “THE BLOCKED CAT”

Obstruction or blockage of the urethra (the tube which transports urine from the bladder out of the body) is a condition that male cats, particularly those that are overweight, are predisposed to.

Read More
See All Articles