Nutrition in our pet’s health is often an area that is lover-looked. It is easy to get in a routine and buying food and feeding our pet with forgetting what we are feeding them and if it is an optimal diet for their lifestyle or possible disease they may have.
Puppies, kittens or nursing animals should be fed a higher energy food, while middle-aged pets require less energy. With senior dogs and cats, we look for mature diets that do more to support their brain function, joints and immune systems.
Pets with dental disease, kidney or gastrointestinal disease may also be assisted with changes in diet.
Our veterinarians and technicians are trained to offer nutritional advice for a wide variety of foods and related issues.
Body Condition Score
Body condition score helps us to determine where your pet is underweight or overweight. Please see our body condition chart below and consider where your pet fits in?
Obesity is a common disease in our middle age to older pets. Obesity can affect the way the body functions making us prone to other disease.
Our veterinarians can come with a plan to improve the health of your animal through weight loss. visit us today and ask how?