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New Year for Older Animals?

As our animal family (and human) age, there are many new choices we have to make. How much exercise is okay? Do they need to have a change in diet? Extra supplements? If so, which ones? It can be a bit overwhelming.

Each ageing dog, cat, horse, bird, bunny... have their individual needs. Challenging issues can creep up slowly or manifest overnight. What's the best plan of action?

Overall Check Up/In

In middle age (six or so for dogs, seven or so for cats), dental problems can start to surface. It's a good idea to have a vet check up which includes blood work and an overall check up for joint, structural or muscle pain. Teeth should be cleaned at this point to avoid bigger problems down the road.

In addition to a vet check, doing a whole being wellness check via Animal Communication with me or another communicator of your choice will be super helpful in identifying things vets can't, as well as determining the best foods and supplements for your individual companion. (Note: All animal communicators do not have experience/expertise in the areas of nutrition and supplementation, so choose one who does). In an animal communication session, you'll also find out about your beloved's mental and emotional wellbeing as well as have the opportunity to ask them whatever you wish to.

When I do a session, we'll examine what are the best preventative strategies and therapies to keep them healthy and balanced into old age.

Plan Moving Forward

This is the time to start planning for regular check-ins and therapies before small issues get bigger, more difficult to treat and more expensive. Doing so now, and at least twice a year, will allow you and your beloved furry to be more in-tune with one another so that you can be on the lookout for specific signs from them about their condition(s). This will give you peace of mind that you're staying "on top of" your beloved's health and wellbeing. Isn't that reassuring? For session options, click here if you're a returning client, here if you're new to me.

Wishing you and all your beloved furries many blessings in 2023. I'm looking forward to supporting your family with all my heart.

With Love, Your Voice of Animals,


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