Geriatric Medicine | Care First Animal Hospital

Geriatric Care for Pets in Raleigh, NC & Surrounding Areas

With advancements in the medical field, it’s quite common that pets stay with their families for more than 10 years. As your pet ages, it is important that they receive the level of medical care that they need, even if they appear to be perfectly healthy. Through regular wellness exams, diagnostic medicine and more, the team at Care First Animal Hospital provides exceptional geriatric medicine in Raleigh, NC and the Triangle area for aging pets.

How to Care for Aging Dogs, Cats & Other Pets

If you are wondering how to keep your pet healthy in its old age, Care First is here to help. Our veterinarians provide the following pet health services for aging pets in Raleigh and beyond:

We encourage you to visit our Raleigh animal hospital twice a year for routine exams, as it’s the best way to detect health problems early on and potentially save your pet’s life. While our vets do everything we can to keep your pet healthy as they age through preventative health programs and more, we also provide end of life care when it is time to say goodbye to a suffering pet.

Care First: Proving Outstanding Geriatric Medicine Across the Triangle

Do you have an aging dog or cat that could use a vet visit? Schedule an appointment today and visit our pet health experts at Care First for pet geriatric care in Raleigh and beyond — we would love to do what we can to see your pet thrive, no matter their age.

Care First Animal Hospital cares for aging pets through geriatric medicine in Raleigh and the NC Triangle from our locations at OberlinGlenwood, and Tryon.

Older Pet Care

Throughout their lives, our pets give us unconditional love, never share our deepest secrets, and make us smile with their playful antics. We are responsible for their health, and by providing them with the top preventive care we can help them live a long, comfortable life. In general, dogs are considered geriatric when they reach 7 …


Care for Senior Pets

As spring approaches, it gives us time to focus on the beginning of another year. For pet owners, this also means that our beloved pets are a year older! Dogs and cats are considered “seniors” at about the age of 7, and if your pet has arrived at or is approaching this age, there are …