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Monthly Focus – Senior Pet Health

Monthly Focus


Animals age more quickly than humans. In fact, dogs are considered seniors at age seven and cats at eight years of age!

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Similar to humans, animals become more prone to a number of age-related problems as they grow older, including heart disease, kidney disease, osteoarthritis and cancer.

During the month of December, Garibaldi Veterinary Hospital is celebrating senior pets by providing a comprehensive ‘Senior Wellness Evaluation’ at a discounted fee.

This veterinary wellness package includes:

• A complete physical examination and wellness consultation with Dr. Honey or Dr. Thatcher or Dr. Seguin
• A comprehensive panel of blood tests (including the blood collection)
• A complete urinalysis. The urine is collected using an ultrasound guided technique where we take urine directly from the bladder, the bladder and kidneys are also imaged and evaluated during this procedure
• A nail trim (as pets age they often do not wear their nails down as quickly)
• A follow up consultation to review the results of the blood tests and the urinalysis as well as the images of the kidneys and bladder

    These tests often will reveal disease problems in the early stages when they are most treatable. Please take advantage of this offer and help us to help you provide the best care for your furry family member!

Call us at 604-898-9089 or book on-line.

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MONTHLY DRAW

Be sure to enter our monthly draw! For December, we are offering a chance to win a bag of senior pet food!  Drop by Garibaldi Veterinary Hospital to enter the draw. 

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Together, let's maintain and maximize your pet’s health... for life!

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DR. TOM HONEY

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine / Hospital Director

Dr. Tom Honey hails from Campbellford, Ontario. His veterinary education took him to the esteemed Ontario Veterinary College in Guelph, followed by several years in Toronto area practices.

Dr. Honey believes his role is to advocate for pet health, starting with illness prevention. At the same time, he is committed to developing leading edge diagnostic and treatment techniques. He engages in countless hours of continued education in dental care, diagnostic ultrasound and internal medicine. These tools help him diagnose and best treat patients suffering from health problems ranging from the common to extremely obscure.

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