Caring for your Older Adorable Pet (OAP)

This April we’re shining a light on your OAP’s with lots of great advice and offers to help you support your older dog or cat as they enter their senior years. Get FREE advice from our experts, including Vet Carol Doyle, in our Online Pet Care Advice Centre, or drop in-store today and speak with one of our team about how you can help your senior pets as they age.

When is a pet considered to be senior?

Typically, dogs will enter their senior years at the age of seven. This can be as early as six years old for giant breed dogs. Cats, although they can live longer than dogs, are typically considered senior at the age of 7-10 years.

Caring for your Older Adorable Pet (OAP)

This April we’re shining a light on your OAP’s with lots of great advice and offers to help you support your older dog or cat as they enter their senior years. Get FREE advice from our experts, including Vet Carol Doyle, in our Online Pet Care Advice Centre, or drop in-store today and speak with one of our team about how you can help your senior pets as they age.

When is a pet considered to be senior?

Typically, dogs will enter their senior years at the age of seven. This can be as early as six years old for giant breed dogs. Cats, although they can live longer than dogs, are typically considered senior at the age of 7-10 years.

Nutrition for Pawfect Aging

As your pet gets older, their nutritional needs and appetite will change. As their body slows down, they will be more prone to gaining excess weight and age related mobility problems. Support your pet’s aging muscles, joints and help prevent age related obesity by switching to a diet that has been developed specifically to meet the needs of your older pet.

FREE diet reviews are available in-store at your local Petmania store, and we offer an extensive range of senior diets for your dog or cat.

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Supporting Your Older Pet

Your older dog or cat they will more susceptible to things like weight gain, dental problems, diabetes, cardio-vascular disease and mobility problems. Here at Petmania we have a wide range of supports available to help your best friend in their later years.

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Senior Pet Must Haves

Making small changes to your home can really help your older dog or cat. We’ve chosen some of our must-haves for your OAP, which are available to buy now. You can also read our top tips on helping your Senior dog or cat age comfortably in our Online Pet Care Advice Centre.

Expert Advice for on Caring for Your Senior Pet

Get advice from our panel of experts including Vet Carol Doyle and our Professional Dog Groomers on everything from choosing the right food to how to handle your senior pet in our Online Pet Care Advice Centre.

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Senior Pet Care at Petmania

Here at Petmania we know that your Older Adorable Pets are still very much young at heart, but as they age they do need some additional supports to help them stay happy and healthy. Get expert advice from vets, groomers and our in-store Pet Care Advisors, on how you can help your senior dog or cat in their latter years.

Shop online at Petmania or in-store at any one of our pet shops nationwide for expert pet care advice, extensive product choice and excellent customer service.

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