Golden Oldies Club



We at Wilson's are aware that our pets are living much longer, healthier lives as a result of advances in Veterinary Medicine, more knowledgeable care and improved nutrition. We are committed to maintaining the health and well being of your beloved pet throughout its senior years.  Ageing can, however, take its toll (just as it can for humans!) and you may begin to notice that your once frisky feline or canine seems to have slowed down a bit. They often experience gradual changes in mobility, brain function, eyesight and coat quality. Such signs may begin to manifest themselves anywhere between the ages of 7 and 11.

Old age is not a disease!

When visible symptoms do show, it is often unnecessarily progressed and so, in order to provide our clients with all the information and support they need to understand and identify any age related ailments, we have set up our NEW "Golden Oldies" Nursing Clinics which are designed for cats and dogs over the age of 7. Our clinic aims to identify any problems at an early stage, which can save you money in the long run!

For a small fee of £15, our 30 minute clinics include:

- Discussion of any health issues or changes in your pet’s behaviour - questionnaire to fill out
- Comprehensive health examination by a Qualified Veterinary Nurse
- Nutritional advice
- Free urine tests- please bring a sample with you (in a clean, dry container - preferably nothing that has had sugary substances in, i.e. jam jars) or collect a sample pot from us and drop one into us at a later date.
- Nail clipping (if warranted)
- Advice on any changes you can make to ensure your pet is living life to the full
- Individual veterinary problems will be referred to a vet.


-  A blood sample can be taken to run a full body system profile for the discounted price of £44.50!


Whether you have already noticed the signs of your pet slowing down or just want to know what signs to look out for, then give your nearest practice a call and book an appointment to come and see our experienced nurses who will provide you with invaluable advice that can lead to a happier and healthier senior life.

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