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Workers have returned to factories and offices, students are back in the classroom and once again long lines form outside popular hot pot rest…

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Our take: This new pick gives you a life plan to optimize your dog’s health, alongside results about breed and genetic diseases.

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Older pets’ immune systems are not as healthy as those of younger animals. As a result, they can’t fight off diseases or heal as fast as younger pets.

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Non-neutered/non-spayed geriatric pets are at higher risk of mammary, testicular and prostate cancers.

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Geriatric pets should have semi-annual veterinary visits instead of annual visits so signs of illness or other problems can be detected early and treated. Senior pet exams are similar to those for younger pets but are more in depth and may include dental care, blood work and specific checks for signs of diseases that are more likely in older pets.

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