Hills Newtrition, Old tricks

. 30th June 2017

Whilst their love and loyalty doesn’t age, our pets certainly do, and often quicker than we realise. Cats and dogs are considered ‘seniors’ by age seven, and even as young as five for large breed dogs.

Ageing isn’t a disease but older pets are at a higher risk of heart-, liver- and kidney disease, cancer and arthritis. During July, National Senior Pet Month, take them to your vet for a senior check and ask how a switch to Hill’s could keep them younger for longer.

Visit www.SeniorPets.co.za for more on transforming the life of your golden oldie.


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