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Select the species, weight and age of your pet to calculate its equivalent age in human years

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50 to 90 kg
+ 90 kg

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The age of your pet is like 93 human years and belongs to the adult lifecycle stage

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With time, some of these changes can be evidenced in adult pets:

Fatigue and tiredness.

Alterations in the sleep cycle.

Lack of appetite and weight loss.

Decreased hearing, vision and/or smell.

Indifference and decrease in interaction with you and/or the environment.

Disorientation. Your pet barks or meows for no reason.

Obesity.

Bad smell, hair loss.

Cough, mainly at night.

Increased water intake and frequency of urine.

Difficulty to get up, to walk and climb stairs.

Behavior changes: unexpected reactions and repetitive behaviors.

Lack of shininess in the coat.

Alteration of habits. For example, your pet urinates in unusual places.

Digestive problems.

Preventive medicine

It is essential because it allows you to quickly identify any changes in your pet and to implement the appropriate treatment to prevent the onset or progression of diseases.

Routine check-ups

Always have a Veterinarian to protect the health of your pet. Clinical examination and routine check-ups (laboratory analysis, radiographs, electrocardiography, ultrasound, etc.) help notify the changes and define actions that may be necessary.

Your care

Your pet needs your protection at every stage. To take care of your pet’s health, follow these tips:

  1. Pay attention to changes in your pet´s behavior, especially after 6 years of age.
  2. Consult your veterinarian about the care you should consider in adult or senior stage.
  3. Perform the necessary routine checks.

Care for adult and senior pets:

Visits to the Veterinary

As at each stage, it is very important to keep your pet’s health plan updated and perform regular checkups

Nutrition

Adapting your pet’s nutrition according to the specific needs that come with age is key to your pet’s well-being

Recreation

Walks and games stimulate the muscles, prevent overweight and favor socialization. Ideally, your senior adult pet should perform short exercises (for example, 30-minute walks), during the hours of less heat or cold.

Stimulation

It is important to respect your pet’s moments of rest, but also to dedicate our time to show them affection and integrate them to the family, this will help your pet to be in a better mood and more connected with surroundings.