Geriatric Care  Long Beach, CA

Compassionate Geriatric Care at LBC Vets: Nurturing the Health and Comfort of Aging Pets

As pets gracefully enter their golden years, their health needs become unique and require specialized attention. At LBC Vets, located at 1752 Clark Ave, Long Beach, CA 90815, we understand the importance of providing tailored geriatric care to ensure the well-being and comfort of your aging companions. Led by the experienced and compassionate Dr. Alexis Kessler, our geriatric care services are designed to address the specific needs of senior pets.

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About Our Geriatric Care Services:

Navigating the aging process with grace is our priority at LBC Vets. Our geriatric care services, overseen by Dr. Alexis Kessler, encompass a range of comprehensive and personalized treatments:

  • Regular Health Check-ups:
    Routine health check-ups are vital for identifying and managing age-related conditions. Dr. Kessler conducts thorough examinations, focusing on early detection and intervention to maintain your senior pet’s quality of life.
  • Nutritional Counseling:
    As pets age, their dietary requirements may change. Our team provides expert nutritional counseling to ensure that your senior pet receives the appropriate nutrients for optimal health and vitality.
  • Pain Management:
    Arthritis and other chronic conditions are common in aging pets. Dr. Kessler employs compassionate pain management strategies, including medications and therapies, to enhance your pet’s comfort and mobility.
  • Diagnostic Screenings:
    Geriatric pets may be more prone to certain health issues. Our diagnostic screenings, including bloodwork and imaging, help identify potential concerns, enabling timely and targeted interventions.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

Dr. Kessler will assess your pet's nutritional needs and recommend adjustments, which may include a specialized senior diet or supplements.

Dr. Kessler may prescribe medications, suggest weight management strategies, and recommend gentle exercises to manage arthritis pain in senior pets.

Yes, signs may include disorientation, changes in behavior, and altered sleep patterns. If you notice these signs, discuss them with Dr. Kessler during a geriatric care appointment.

For gentle and attentive geriatric care that enhances the well-being of your senior pet, contact LBC Vets at (562) 579-4485. Dr. Alexis Kessler and our dedicated team are here to provide the compassionate support your aging companions deserve.