senior dogs

Age Is Not A Disease

The following article was submitted to the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association by Dr. Steve Withrow, a giant in the field of Veterinary Oncology, and cornerstone of the Colorado State University Flint Animal Cancer Center.  I have greatly admired his work and philosophy for the past 30 years and have had the pleasure of knowing him personally for much of that time.  He is a very compassionate and humane advocate for our four legged patients who cannot speak for themselves.

Age is Not a Disease


Case of the Month: The Dog and the Cantaloupe

Lucky is a 10 year old Chocolate Labrador Retriever that is a big part of the Hunsecker family, loved by Mom, Dad, and two kids.  He was adopted six years earlier and quickly became a fixture in the home. His muzzle and eyebrows are now noticeably grey giving Lucky a look of distinction and position, well deserved for his years of loyal companionship to the family.

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