As pets move through their life cycle, their nutritional requirements change. Puppies and kittens need more protein for growth. Active pets require different caloric intake than sedentary pets. And as pets get older, their diets should change to reflect their needs. Senior pets require a lower fat, high fiber or low protein diet.
We will discuss your pet’s lifestyle and special needs, and consider his/her laboratory findings to determine if your pet requires a specialized diet. A proper diet is vital to the health of your pet at any age. We discuss with you the dietary requirements essential for proper weight maintenance, performance, growth, and as an aid in the treatment of diseases such as kidney disease, diabetes, liver disease, urinary stones, gastrointestinal disorders, and periodontal disease.